Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance – Driving Innovation in Environmental Science and Technology through Collaboration

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Jack O’Neill

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Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) is a collective of oil sands companies that collaborate on environmental research and technologies to accelerate environmental performance improvement in Canada’s oil sands. The oil sands are the third largest oil reserve on earth and development of this global scale resource requires unique and novel approaches to research and development. COSIA was created in 2012 with Environmental Priority Areas (EPA) in Land, Water, Green House Gases and Tailings. The Land EPA at COSIA actively develops and manages a significant portfolio of projects to gain knowledge, technologies and improved practices for restoration and effective reclamation in the boreal forest of Alberta Canada. This presentation will highlight the COSIA processes and a sampling of the innovative project work lead by COSIA Land EPA members within the focus areas of Caribou Conservation & Recovery, Footprint Reduction, Biodiversity and Species at Risk Management, Uplands Soil-Vegetation and Wetlands.

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