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Busy agenda planned for 2014 Conference

What: 2014 Annual Scientific Conference
Where: Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta
When: Tuesday May 27 to Thursday, May 29, 2014
Time: 2 p.m. May 27 to 1:30 p.m. May 29, 2014

Poster session

Poster session, 2012 conference

It’s time to start thinking about posters and presentations. Planning for the 2014 annual conference is underway and a busy agenda as been set.

On the agenda again this year are CMC’s fabulous five-in-five presentations from all of CMC’s 44 research projects. This fast-paced format has researchers giving brief overviews of their work using five slides in just five minutes. With most projects wrapping up in June 2014, participants can look forward to hearing exciting results from our investigators.

After the five-in-five presentations, conference participants can learn more about research that has piqued their interest at one of two poster sessions planned for Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. Because the Tuesday session runs until 7 pm, the Tuesday poster session will feature a buffet dinner.

In addition to the five-in-five presentations, three topical and timely panels will focus on topics relevant to carbon management:

  • LNG/Shale gas/CO2 issues in BC
  • Carbon Politics
  • New Initiatives and Future Directions in Carbon Management.

Book your accommodations NOW to get the conference rate

CMC has reserved a block of rooms at a special conference rate at the Banff Centre. For reservations:

  • To book by phone: 1 800 884-7574. Ask for the Carbon Management Canada conference rate.
  • To book by email:  reservations@banffcentre.ca. Ask for the Carbon Management Canada conference rate.
  • To book on-line: Click here.

Two types of rooms are available:

Superior Room – $150 Per night per person. $75 per person per night/double occupancy
(Note: There’s an $8 service charge per room per occupant, plus applicable taxes)
The Superior Rooms are located in the Professional Development Centre, a pine lodge that offers bedrooms with full hotel amenities.

Standard Room – $130 per person per night. $65 per person per night/double occupancy.
(Note: There’s an $8 service charge per room per occupant, plus applicable taxes)
Standard Rooms are located in Lloyd Hall, which offers comfortable accommodation with private bathrooms. All rooms have been renovated.

NOTE: Rooms are not available for the evening of Monday, May 26. We are asking guests to travel to Banff the morning of Tuesday, May 27 for the late 2 p.m. conference start.

CMC is being assessed a penalty of $20 for every person who is registered as a conference delegate, but does not stay at the hotel. So please, book at the Banff Centre.

HQP Travel Subsidies

Travel subsidies have been sent to the accounts of all Round 1 and 2 investigators to support one to two HQP to attend the conference. These funds were provided by the NCE, which generously agreed to support travel for HQP working on NCE-funded research projects. Travel subsidies are not available to support HQP on Round 3 projects since these projects were not funded with NCE money. There should be funds available in project budgets to support HQP to attend the conference.