CASANZ19: Shipping and Air Emissions Workshop - 18 September, 2019

This half day workshop immediately follows the CASANZ19 conference and will cover emissions to air from shipping operations. The workshop includes a keynote presentation from Christine Rigby, Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, and has space for up to three, 15 minute presentations. Contact us to register your interest in speaking at this workshop. Speaker discounts apply. This workshop is available for remote access for speakers and attendees. To register, visit CASANZ19. CASANZ-LinkedIn

START:
September 18, 2019
DURATION:
2.30pm - 5.30pm

Address

The Rydges Lakeland Resort, Queenstown   View map

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Overview

This workshop will feature conference keynote speaker Christine Rigby from the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority.  The workshop will provide an in-depth examination of the air quality impacts of shipping and port operation, focusing on the technical aspects of emissions inventories, challenges associated with shared airsheds and incentives programs.

This workshop will be available in face to face and digital format.  We welcome presentations and participation by video link if attendance in person is not possible.

Date/Time

18 September 2019, 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm

The workshop includes afternoon tea.

Location

The Rydges Lakeland Resort, Queenstown, NZ

 

Keynote Speaker

Christine Rigby
Environmental Specialist – Air Emissions
Vancouver Fraser Port Authority

Christine Rigby has worked in the air quality and climate change field for 18 years, the last 14 of which have been spent leading air programs for the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority in Vancouver, Canada.  At the port authority, Christine develops and implements emission reduction programs, leads special studies and undertakes environmental assessments.

In fulfilling this role, she emphasizes collaboration and flexibility using results-based approaches.  Prior to joining the port authority, Christine spent four years working for the British Columbia Ministry of Environment on air quality related issues in the northwest part of the province.  She holds a Master of Science degree in Atmospheric Science from the University of Guelph and a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Brock University, both in Ontario, Canada.

Speakers

We welcome speaker contributions for 15 minute presentations.    Case studies and topics which facilitate discussion will be highly regarded.  Speakers are eligible for a 10% discount on the workshop registration fee in recognition of your contribution to this event.

Please contact Jacinda Shen to register your interest in presenting at this workshop.

Workshop Program

The preliminary workshop program is available here.

Sponsorship

CASANZ welcomes sponsorship for this event.  Options include:

  • Banners and marketing material
  • Inclusion of sponsor logo on workshop marketing, website and registration pages

Please contact Jacinda Shen to discuss.

Fees and Discounts

The workshop is NZ$240 or NZ$210 for FULL delegates of the CASANZ19 conference.  Workshop speakers are eligible for a 10% discount on the applicable workshop registration fee.

Registration

Registration is via the CASANZ19 Conference Page.