Events

Wednesday June 18, 2008
Start: 06/17/2008 7:00 am
End: 06/18/2008 7:00 pm

Center for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER) Presents -
Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP): Getting Started Workshop

June 17-18, 2008

Comprehensive community planning is a community-based planning process that provides First Nations with an opportunity to set a path for the future of their community. It is holistic and integrated. It involves working with the leadership, administration, and the people to create a long-term vision, identify environmental, economic, social and cultural strengths, needs, and priorities and to plan the path to sustainability and achieving the vision.

This 2-day workshop introduces participants to comprehensive community planning (i.e. it is more than doing a site plan for your building!) including how to get started, and interesting and creative ways to involve youth, Elders, and community members in the process.

Contact CIER at www.cier.ca or by phone 204-956-0660

Registration forms and further information can be found below.

Start: 06/18/2008 7:00 am

Center for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER) Presents -
First Nations and the Environment Workshop

This 2-day workshop introduces participants to First Nations' environmental issues, First Nations' relationships with the environment and various aspects of Indigenous Knowledge.

Methods to increase and apply awareness of First Nations' environmental issues in a professional setting will be explored. Case study examples will be discussed. Methods for instruction and exploration include presentations, discussions, large and small group work and a field trip to a First Nation community. An Elder will join the teaching team during the field trip.

At the end of this workshop participants will:

  • Have a basic understanding of First Nation environmental issues in Canada
  • Have a basic understanding of various elements of Indigenous Knowledge
  • Have experienced learning about First Nation environmental issues in a First Nation community
  • Be familiar with ways in which an awareness of First Nation environmental issues can be applied professionally

Contact CIER www.cier.ca or by phone 204-956-0660

Registration and additional information can be found below.

 

Thursday June 19, 2008
Start: 06/18/2008 7:00 am
End: 06/19/2008 7:00 pm

Center for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER) Presents -
First Nations and the Environment Workshop

This 2-day workshop introduces participants to First Nations' environmental issues, First Nations' relationships with the environment and various aspects of Indigenous Knowledge.

Methods to increase and apply awareness of First Nations' environmental issues in a professional setting will be explored. Case study examples will be discussed. Methods for instruction and exploration include presentations, discussions, large and small group work and a field trip to a First Nation community. An Elder will join the teaching team during the field trip.

At the end of this workshop participants will:

  • Have a basic understanding of First Nation environmental issues in Canada
  • Have a basic understanding of various elements of Indigenous Knowledge
  • Have experienced learning about First Nation environmental issues in a First Nation community
  • Be familiar with ways in which an awareness of First Nation environmental issues can be applied professionally

Contact CIER www.cier.ca or by phone 204-956-0660

Registration and additional information can be found below.

 

Start: 06/19/2008 8:00 am

When: June 19 & 20, 2008
What:
The Shock Doctrine: Indigenous Peoples Experience in Canada Symposium of Indigenous Human Rights and Environmental Activists
Who
: With Naomi Klein as a Guest Speaker
Where: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Maritime Labour Center, 1880 Triumph Street, Vancouver, BC

Well known Canadian author and activist Naomi Klein is a guest speaker at the 2008 "Indigenous Peoples Experience in Canada Symposium" in Vancouver, British Columbia (BC). In a supportive essay published in 2003 she wrote: "BC's First Nation peoples have already been robbed of so much. It is the duty of all Canadians living on stolen land to join in the struggle to defend what is left" The Olympics Land Grab.

Panel 1: Criminalization of Indigenous Human Rights and Environmental Activists

Panel 2: Impact of Commercial and Industrial Economics on Traditional Values, Knowledge and Activities

More information can be found here: http://www.firstnations.de/media/01-0-symposium.pdf

Friday June 20, 2008
Start: 06/19/2008 8:00 am
End: 06/20/2008 5:00 pm

When: June 19 & 20, 2008
What:
The Shock Doctrine: Indigenous Peoples Experience in Canada Symposium of Indigenous Human Rights and Environmental Activists
Who
: With Naomi Klein as a Guest Speaker
Where: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Maritime Labour Center, 1880 Triumph Street, Vancouver, BC

Well known Canadian author and activist Naomi Klein is a guest speaker at the 2008 "Indigenous Peoples Experience in Canada Symposium" in Vancouver, British Columbia (BC). In a supportive essay published in 2003 she wrote: "BC's First Nation peoples have already been robbed of so much. It is the duty of all Canadians living on stolen land to join in the struggle to defend what is left" The Olympics Land Grab.

Panel 1: Criminalization of Indigenous Human Rights and Environmental Activists

Panel 2: Impact of Commercial and Industrial Economics on Traditional Values, Knowledge and Activities

More information can be found here: http://www.firstnations.de/media/01-0-symposium.pdf

Saturday June 21, 2008
Start: 06/21/2008 1:30 pm
End: 06/21/2008 7:00 pm

Ry Moran along with Ron Rice, President of the Victoria Native Friendship Center and
Shannon MacGillvary of MacGillvary and Associates are very pleased to announce a
wonderful and community minded National Aboriginal Day Celebration at Ship Point on
Saturday, June 21st.

The inclusive event will feature a number of prominent musicians and artists. Recent
Juno award nominee and Canadian Folk Music Award winner Sandy Scofield will
perform as will other top aboriginal talent such Niska, the LeLeLa Dancers, Auntie Kate
and Manik 1Derful. Well-known roots musician Art Napoleon will MC and perform at
the event. An artists market will also take place.

"Our goal is to create a great space where people can experience and enjoy some of the
top aboriginal talent on Vancouver Island and in British Columbia. Everyone is very
welcome to attend this free event" says Ry, also a noted aboriginal musician.

The artists market will commence at 1pm on the 21st with entertainment and cultural
presentations commencing at 1:30pm. The event will wrap up at 7pm.

Spectators are encouraged to arrive early to get a good seat!

Wednesday June 25, 2008
Start: 06/25/2008 8:00 am

Where: Cusco, Peru

When: June 25-30, 2008

Submission Deadlines: March 05, 2008

Conference Overview:

Thursday June 26, 2008

Where: Cusco, Peru

When: June 25-30, 2008

Submission Deadlines: March 05, 2008

Conference Overview:

Friday June 27, 2008

Where: Cusco, Peru

When: June 25-30, 2008

Submission Deadlines: March 05, 2008

Conference Overview:

Saturday June 28, 2008

Where: Cusco, Peru

When: June 25-30, 2008

Submission Deadlines: March 05, 2008

Conference Overview:

Sunday June 29, 2008

Where: Cusco, Peru

When: June 25-30, 2008

Submission Deadlines: March 05, 2008

Conference Overview:

Monday June 30, 2008
Start: 06/25/2008 8:00 am
End: 06/30/2008 5:00 pm

Where: Cusco, Peru

When: June 25-30, 2008

Submission Deadlines: March 05, 2008

Conference Overview:

Monday July 21, 2008
Start: 07/21/2008 8:00 am

The term "GeoWeb" or Geospatial Web refers to the ability to locally/globally integrate and share geospatial information via the Internet.  

The GeoWeb 2008 conference reflects the breadth, evolution and growing maturity of the GeoWeb and is one of the only conferences focusing exclusively on the convergence of GIS and the Internet, and the economic potential associated with the convergence of XML, web services and GIS.  This exciting annual conference will take place in Vancouver, Canada from July 21-25th, 2008 at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. The GeoWeb 2008 conference welcomes both public and private organizations to meet, discuss and learn about today’s most innovative geospatial technologies.

GeoWeb 2008 reflects a growing awareness of the need to interpret geospatial information in the broadest possible terms, especially in the context of the built environment, where information sharing and collaboration is key to the increased productivity, efficiency and vastly improved decision making.  We hi-light this in GeoWeb 2008 with the theme on CAD/BIM/GIS Integration as we build toward GeoWeb 2009 Cityscapes.

The theme for the 2008 conference is “Infrastructure:  Local to Global”, which implies the GeoWeb has a local community dimension as well as a global dimension.  The integration of global aggregators will drive the creation of local infrastructures and will give rise to a global infrastructure.  Additional points of discussion will include:

  • Global Aggregators and Data Communities
  • GeoWeb in Security and Defense
  • Real Time Emergency Response and Environmental Security
  • Neo-Geo, User Generated Data and the GI Professional
  • CAD-BIM-GIS-Games Integration – 3D Cityscapes (Worlds Real and Virtual)
  • Infrastructure for Information – Building Alongside Physical Infrastructure
  • Municipal SDI in the GeoWeb
  • Imaging, Coverages and Information Infrastructures

http://geowebconference.org/

Tuesday July 22, 2008

The term "GeoWeb" or Geospatial Web refers to the ability to locally/globally integrate and share geospatial information via the Internet.  

The GeoWeb 2008 conference reflects the breadth, evolution and growing maturity of the GeoWeb and is one of the only conferences focusing exclusively on the convergence of GIS and the Internet, and the economic potential associated with the convergence of XML, web services and GIS.  This exciting annual conference will take place in Vancouver, Canada from July 21-25th, 2008 at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. The GeoWeb 2008 conference welcomes both public and private organizations to meet, discuss and learn about today’s most innovative geospatial technologies.

GeoWeb 2008 reflects a growing awareness of the need to interpret geospatial information in the broadest possible terms, especially in the context of the built environment, where information sharing and collaboration is key to the increased productivity, efficiency and vastly improved decision making.  We hi-light this in GeoWeb 2008 with the theme on CAD/BIM/GIS Integration as we build toward GeoWeb 2009 Cityscapes.

The theme for the 2008 conference is “Infrastructure:  Local to Global”, which implies the GeoWeb has a local community dimension as well as a global dimension.  The integration of global aggregators will drive the creation of local infrastructures and will give rise to a global infrastructure.  Additional points of discussion will include:

  • Global Aggregators and Data Communities
  • GeoWeb in Security and Defense
  • Real Time Emergency Response and Environmental Security
  • Neo-Geo, User Generated Data and the GI Professional
  • CAD-BIM-GIS-Games Integration – 3D Cityscapes (Worlds Real and Virtual)
  • Infrastructure for Information – Building Alongside Physical Infrastructure
  • Municipal SDI in the GeoWeb
  • Imaging, Coverages and Information Infrastructures

http://geowebconference.org/

Wednesday July 23, 2008

The term "GeoWeb" or Geospatial Web refers to the ability to locally/globally integrate and share geospatial information via the Internet.  

The GeoWeb 2008 conference reflects the breadth, evolution and growing maturity of the GeoWeb and is one of the only conferences focusing exclusively on the convergence of GIS and the Internet, and the economic potential associated with the convergence of XML, web services and GIS.  This exciting annual conference will take place in Vancouver, Canada from July 21-25th, 2008 at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. The GeoWeb 2008 conference welcomes both public and private organizations to meet, discuss and learn about today’s most innovative geospatial technologies.

GeoWeb 2008 reflects a growing awareness of the need to interpret geospatial information in the broadest possible terms, especially in the context of the built environment, where information sharing and collaboration is key to the increased productivity, efficiency and vastly improved decision making.  We hi-light this in GeoWeb 2008 with the theme on CAD/BIM/GIS Integration as we build toward GeoWeb 2009 Cityscapes.

The theme for the 2008 conference is “Infrastructure:  Local to Global”, which implies the GeoWeb has a local community dimension as well as a global dimension.  The integration of global aggregators will drive the creation of local infrastructures and will give rise to a global infrastructure.  Additional points of discussion will include:

  • Global Aggregators and Data Communities
  • GeoWeb in Security and Defense
  • Real Time Emergency Response and Environmental Security
  • Neo-Geo, User Generated Data and the GI Professional
  • CAD-BIM-GIS-Games Integration – 3D Cityscapes (Worlds Real and Virtual)
  • Infrastructure for Information – Building Alongside Physical Infrastructure
  • Municipal SDI in the GeoWeb
  • Imaging, Coverages and Information Infrastructures

http://geowebconference.org/

Thursday July 24, 2008

The term "GeoWeb" or Geospatial Web refers to the ability to locally/globally integrate and share geospatial information via the Internet.  

The GeoWeb 2008 conference reflects the breadth, evolution and growing maturity of the GeoWeb and is one of the only conferences focusing exclusively on the convergence of GIS and the Internet, and the economic potential associated with the convergence of XML, web services and GIS.  This exciting annual conference will take place in Vancouver, Canada from July 21-25th, 2008 at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. The GeoWeb 2008 conference welcomes both public and private organizations to meet, discuss and learn about today’s most innovative geospatial technologies.

GeoWeb 2008 reflects a growing awareness of the need to interpret geospatial information in the broadest possible terms, especially in the context of the built environment, where information sharing and collaboration is key to the increased productivity, efficiency and vastly improved decision making.  We hi-light this in GeoWeb 2008 with the theme on CAD/BIM/GIS Integration as we build toward GeoWeb 2009 Cityscapes.

The theme for the 2008 conference is “Infrastructure:  Local to Global”, which implies the GeoWeb has a local community dimension as well as a global dimension.  The integration of global aggregators will drive the creation of local infrastructures and will give rise to a global infrastructure.  Additional points of discussion will include:

  • Global Aggregators and Data Communities
  • GeoWeb in Security and Defense
  • Real Time Emergency Response and Environmental Security
  • Neo-Geo, User Generated Data and the GI Professional
  • CAD-BIM-GIS-Games Integration – 3D Cityscapes (Worlds Real and Virtual)
  • Infrastructure for Information – Building Alongside Physical Infrastructure
  • Municipal SDI in the GeoWeb
  • Imaging, Coverages and Information Infrastructures

http://geowebconference.org/

Friday July 25, 2008
Start: 07/21/2008 8:00 am
End: 07/25/2008 8:00 pm

The term "GeoWeb" or Geospatial Web refers to the ability to locally/globally integrate and share geospatial information via the Internet.  

The GeoWeb 2008 conference reflects the breadth, evolution and growing maturity of the GeoWeb and is one of the only conferences focusing exclusively on the convergence of GIS and the Internet, and the economic potential associated with the convergence of XML, web services and GIS.  This exciting annual conference will take place in Vancouver, Canada from July 21-25th, 2008 at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. The GeoWeb 2008 conference welcomes both public and private organizations to meet, discuss and learn about today’s most innovative geospatial technologies.

GeoWeb 2008 reflects a growing awareness of the need to interpret geospatial information in the broadest possible terms, especially in the context of the built environment, where information sharing and collaboration is key to the increased productivity, efficiency and vastly improved decision making.  We hi-light this in GeoWeb 2008 with the theme on CAD/BIM/GIS Integration as we build toward GeoWeb 2009 Cityscapes.

The theme for the 2008 conference is “Infrastructure:  Local to Global”, which implies the GeoWeb has a local community dimension as well as a global dimension.  The integration of global aggregators will drive the creation of local infrastructures and will give rise to a global infrastructure.  Additional points of discussion will include:

  • Global Aggregators and Data Communities
  • GeoWeb in Security and Defense
  • Real Time Emergency Response and Environmental Security
  • Neo-Geo, User Generated Data and the GI Professional
  • CAD-BIM-GIS-Games Integration – 3D Cityscapes (Worlds Real and Virtual)
  • Infrastructure for Information – Building Alongside Physical Infrastructure
  • Municipal SDI in the GeoWeb
  • Imaging, Coverages and Information Infrastructures

http://geowebconference.org/

Wednesday July 30, 2008
Start: 07/30/2008 8:00 am
End: 07/30/2008 9:30 am

Hello CSIN Members,

I am happy to announce that the next CSIN Learning Event will take place on Wednesday July 30th 2008 from 10:00 to 11:30am Central time. The event will be hosted using Meeting Room technology. Meeting Room software is new to CSIN and its use has been generously donated to CSIN by Thompson Rivers University.

Tuesday August 12, 2008
Start: 08/12/2008 8:00 am

Join us August 12–15, 2008, in Monterey, California, for the 11th Annual Conference for the Society of Conservation GIS.

Wednesday August 13, 2008

Join us August 12–15, 2008, in Monterey, California, for the 11th Annual Conference for the Society of Conservation GIS.

Thursday August 14, 2008

Join us August 12–15, 2008, in Monterey, California, for the 11th Annual Conference for the Society of Conservation GIS.

Friday August 15, 2008
Start: 08/12/2008 8:00 am
End: 08/15/2008 8:00 am

Join us August 12–15, 2008, in Monterey, California, for the 11th Annual Conference for the Society of Conservation GIS.

Saturday August 16, 2008
Start: 08/16/2008 9:00 am

SFU’s Speaking for the Salmon Program and the Haig-Brown Centenary Committee are pleased to invite you to the upcoming Symposium on Sustaining Wild Salmon:  Moving from Words to Action.

Date and Location: August 16-17, 2008, Campbell River, BC

The symposium will address the challenges that we face in implementing the Wild Salmon Policy.

Dialogue Questions include:
What are the threats to wild salmon?
What are we doing to honour Haig-Brown's conservation legacy?
What solutions and tools are available to sustain wild salmon?
What is the role for communities in implementing the Wild Salmon Policy?
What will it take to move forward?

Associated events and Fieldtrips for you and your family:
- Key note addresses: the Honourable Iona Campagnolo, Terry Glavin and others
- An Evening at the Theatre with Haig-Brown
- Fieldtrips:  Campbell and Nimpkish Rivers - snorkeling with the salmon in the Campbell River, Alert Bay and Nimpkish River traditional cultural experience and more.

Download the program below.

Sunday August 17, 2008
Start: 08/16/2008 9:00 am
End: 08/17/2008 5:00 pm

SFU’s Speaking for the Salmon Program and the Haig-Brown Centenary Committee are pleased to invite you to the upcoming Symposium on Sustaining Wild Salmon:  Moving from Words to Action.

Date and Location: August 16-17, 2008, Campbell River, BC

The symposium will address the challenges that we face in implementing the Wild Salmon Policy.

Dialogue Questions include:
What are the threats to wild salmon?
What are we doing to honour Haig-Brown's conservation legacy?
What solutions and tools are available to sustain wild salmon?
What is the role for communities in implementing the Wild Salmon Policy?
What will it take to move forward?

Associated events and Fieldtrips for you and your family:
- Key note addresses: the Honourable Iona Campagnolo, Terry Glavin and others
- An Evening at the Theatre with Haig-Brown
- Fieldtrips:  Campbell and Nimpkish Rivers - snorkeling with the salmon in the Campbell River, Alert Bay and Nimpkish River traditional cultural experience and more.

Download the program below.

Monday August 25, 2008
Start: 08/25/2008 9:00 am

Cape Town, July 10, 2008 – GIS Development, organiser of Map Africa 2008, the third Annual African Conference and Exhibition on Geographical Information Technology and Applications, is pleased to announce the distinguished line of Conference Speakers. Map Africa 2008, which is being co-organised by the Department of Land Affairs, is scheduled for August 25 – 26, 2008 at Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, .

Dr. Derek Clarke, Chief Director: Surveys and Mapping, and co-organiser of the conference said, “Map Africa 2008 brings to us top quality international speakers in the field of geo-spatial information science and technology, such as Vanessa Lawrence, Ian Williamson, Bill Cartwright and Josef Strobl. Having such renowned speakers on our doorstep at the same time does not happen often, so this is a golden opportunity to interact with these experts and our colleagues from Africa. My staff will participate in building their knowledge of the utilization of geo-spatial information for the development of Africa.”

On the occasion, Sanjay Kumar, Chief Executive Officer GIS Development expressed his pleasure by stating, “We are really glad to announce the distinguished line of speakers for Map Africa 2008. I am confident that the expertise and experience of such outstanding speakers will contribute to developing the knowledge base of the African geospatial community. I am also pleased to inform that this year at the exhibition of Map Africa, we have an excellent mix of international as well as African companies who will put on display their latest technology and services. I welcome all speakers, participants and exhibitors to the conference and sincerely hope that each participant can derive maximum out of this opportunity.”

For more information about the conference please see the press release below.

Tuesday August 26, 2008
Start: 08/25/2008 9:00 am
End: 08/26/2008 5:00 pm

Cape Town, July 10, 2008 – GIS Development, organiser of Map Africa 2008, the third Annual African Conference and Exhibition on Geographical Information Technology and Applications, is pleased to announce the distinguished line of Conference Speakers. Map Africa 2008, which is being co-organised by the Department of Land Affairs, is scheduled for August 25 – 26, 2008 at Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, .

Dr. Derek Clarke, Chief Director: Surveys and Mapping, and co-organiser of the conference said, “Map Africa 2008 brings to us top quality international speakers in the field of geo-spatial information science and technology, such as Vanessa Lawrence, Ian Williamson, Bill Cartwright and Josef Strobl. Having such renowned speakers on our doorstep at the same time does not happen often, so this is a golden opportunity to interact with these experts and our colleagues from Africa. My staff will participate in building their knowledge of the utilization of geo-spatial information for the development of Africa.”

On the occasion, Sanjay Kumar, Chief Executive Officer GIS Development expressed his pleasure by stating, “We are really glad to announce the distinguished line of speakers for Map Africa 2008. I am confident that the expertise and experience of such outstanding speakers will contribute to developing the knowledge base of the African geospatial community. I am also pleased to inform that this year at the exhibition of Map Africa, we have an excellent mix of international as well as African companies who will put on display their latest technology and services. I welcome all speakers, participants and exhibitors to the conference and sincerely hope that each participant can derive maximum out of this opportunity.”

For more information about the conference please see the press release below.

Friday August 29, 2008
Saturday August 30, 2008
Sunday August 31, 2008
Start: 08/29/2008 9:00 am
End: 08/31/2008 5:00 pm

with ROBERT BATEMAN and DR. RICK KOOL

Wednesday September 03, 2008
Start: 09/03/2008 1:00 pm

British Cartographic Society Annual Symposium

http://www.cartography.org.uk/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=44

The British Cartographic Society has announced the dates and location for its Annual Symposium. Under the banner of Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps,the residential conference will take place from the 3rd to the 6thSeptember, inclusive, at the Harben House Conference facility inNewport Pagnell. This annual event, which has been held every yearsince 1963, was last year given a total revamp offering delegates a newformat and content including a wide choice of topical presentationstogether with a programme of interactive workshops.

“Cartographycontinues to thrive amid both the opportunities and challenges posed bydevelopments in technology,” said Mary Spence, who was awarded an MBEfor her contribution to map design, and is currently President of TheBritish Cartographic Society. “This event is designed to give delegatesthe opportunity to learn about future developments and trends inmapping, debate the challenges facing cartography, gain practicalexperience and get involved with a friendly society that is committedto better mapmaking.”

The Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Mapsconference programme features an impressive line up of industry expertswho will give inspirational presentations on a diverse range of maprelated topics including representatives from the Royal GeographicalSociety, City University, Pitney Bowes MapInfo and the government’sCommunities and Local Government.

In addition to the fullprogramme of presentations delegates can also choose from a range ofhands-on workshops. Topics include ‘Making the most of OS MasterMap’,‘Applying the KISS principle for effective map communication’, ‘Getstarted in mapping!’ and ‘The trials and tribulations of map research’.Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps will also include all thefavourite elements from over four decades' of symposiums; the MapCurators’ Workshop including a visit to the RAF Military IntelligenceMuseum at Chicksands, special interest group meetings, a commercialexhibition, gala dinner and awards ceremony.

As part of theAssociation for Geographic Information (AGI) Continuing ProfessionalDevelopment Programme (CPD) and the Royal Geographical Society with IBG(RGS-IBG) Chartered Geographer scheme, delegates at Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps will be able to use their attendance as part of their annual training objective.

Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Mapsis being organised on behalf of The British Cartographic Society, byTraining 4 GIS, the training and consultancy division of TheGeoInformation Group. Fiona Cocks, Training Director, commented “Lastyear's new look was well received by delegates both old and new and,following an extensive consultation process, Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps hopes to build on this success.”

For further information call the organisers on +44(0)1223 880077.
Media please contact Faith Clark on +44(0)1603 211691 faithmaryclark@aol.com

Thursday September 04, 2008

British Cartographic Society Annual Symposium

http://www.cartography.org.uk/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=44

The British Cartographic Society has announced the dates and location for its Annual Symposium. Under the banner of Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps,the residential conference will take place from the 3rd to the 6thSeptember, inclusive, at the Harben House Conference facility inNewport Pagnell. This annual event, which has been held every yearsince 1963, was last year given a total revamp offering delegates a newformat and content including a wide choice of topical presentationstogether with a programme of interactive workshops.

“Cartographycontinues to thrive amid both the opportunities and challenges posed bydevelopments in technology,” said Mary Spence, who was awarded an MBEfor her contribution to map design, and is currently President of TheBritish Cartographic Society. “This event is designed to give delegatesthe opportunity to learn about future developments and trends inmapping, debate the challenges facing cartography, gain practicalexperience and get involved with a friendly society that is committedto better mapmaking.”

The Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Mapsconference programme features an impressive line up of industry expertswho will give inspirational presentations on a diverse range of maprelated topics including representatives from the Royal GeographicalSociety, City University, Pitney Bowes MapInfo and the government’sCommunities and Local Government.

In addition to the fullprogramme of presentations delegates can also choose from a range ofhands-on workshops. Topics include ‘Making the most of OS MasterMap’,‘Applying the KISS principle for effective map communication’, ‘Getstarted in mapping!’ and ‘The trials and tribulations of map research’.Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps will also include all thefavourite elements from over four decades' of symposiums; the MapCurators’ Workshop including a visit to the RAF Military IntelligenceMuseum at Chicksands, special interest group meetings, a commercialexhibition, gala dinner and awards ceremony.

As part of theAssociation for Geographic Information (AGI) Continuing ProfessionalDevelopment Programme (CPD) and the Royal Geographical Society with IBG(RGS-IBG) Chartered Geographer scheme, delegates at Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps will be able to use their attendance as part of their annual training objective.

Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Mapsis being organised on behalf of The British Cartographic Society, byTraining 4 GIS, the training and consultancy division of TheGeoInformation Group. Fiona Cocks, Training Director, commented “Lastyear's new look was well received by delegates both old and new and,following an extensive consultation process, Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps hopes to build on this success.”

For further information call the organisers on +44(0)1223 880077.
Media please contact Faith Clark on +44(0)1603 211691 faithmaryclark@aol.com

Start: 09/04/2008 7:00 am
The conference "Máttut - máddagat - The Roots of Saami ethnicities, societies and spaces / places" will be held in Oulu, Finland, on the 4th-6th September 2008.
 
Friday September 05, 2008

British Cartographic Society Annual Symposium

http://www.cartography.org.uk/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=44

The British Cartographic Society has announced the dates and location for its Annual Symposium. Under the banner of Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps,the residential conference will take place from the 3rd to the 6thSeptember, inclusive, at the Harben House Conference facility inNewport Pagnell. This annual event, which has been held every yearsince 1963, was last year given a total revamp offering delegates a newformat and content including a wide choice of topical presentationstogether with a programme of interactive workshops.

“Cartographycontinues to thrive amid both the opportunities and challenges posed bydevelopments in technology,” said Mary Spence, who was awarded an MBEfor her contribution to map design, and is currently President of TheBritish Cartographic Society. “This event is designed to give delegatesthe opportunity to learn about future developments and trends inmapping, debate the challenges facing cartography, gain practicalexperience and get involved with a friendly society that is committedto better mapmaking.”

The Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Mapsconference programme features an impressive line up of industry expertswho will give inspirational presentations on a diverse range of maprelated topics including representatives from the Royal GeographicalSociety, City University, Pitney Bowes MapInfo and the government’sCommunities and Local Government.

In addition to the fullprogramme of presentations delegates can also choose from a range ofhands-on workshops. Topics include ‘Making the most of OS MasterMap’,‘Applying the KISS principle for effective map communication’, ‘Getstarted in mapping!’ and ‘The trials and tribulations of map research’.Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps will also include all thefavourite elements from over four decades' of symposiums; the MapCurators’ Workshop including a visit to the RAF Military IntelligenceMuseum at Chicksands, special interest group meetings, a commercialexhibition, gala dinner and awards ceremony.

As part of theAssociation for Geographic Information (AGI) Continuing ProfessionalDevelopment Programme (CPD) and the Royal Geographical Society with IBG(RGS-IBG) Chartered Geographer scheme, delegates at Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps will be able to use their attendance as part of their annual training objective.

Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Mapsis being organised on behalf of The British Cartographic Society, byTraining 4 GIS, the training and consultancy division of TheGeoInformation Group. Fiona Cocks, Training Director, commented “Lastyear's new look was well received by delegates both old and new and,following an extensive consultation process, Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps hopes to build on this success.”

For further information call the organisers on +44(0)1223 880077.
Media please contact Faith Clark on +44(0)1603 211691 faithmaryclark@aol.com

The conference "Máttut - máddagat - The Roots of Saami ethnicities, societies and spaces / places" will be held in Oulu, Finland, on the 4th-6th September 2008.
 
Start: 09/05/2008 12:00 pm

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Saturday September 06, 2008
Start: 09/03/2008 1:00 pm
End: 09/06/2008 1:00 pm

British Cartographic Society Annual Symposium

http://www.cartography.org.uk/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=44

The British Cartographic Society has announced the dates and location for its Annual Symposium. Under the banner of Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps,the residential conference will take place from the 3rd to the 6thSeptember, inclusive, at the Harben House Conference facility inNewport Pagnell. This annual event, which has been held every yearsince 1963, was last year given a total revamp offering delegates a newformat and content including a wide choice of topical presentationstogether with a programme of interactive workshops.

“Cartographycontinues to thrive amid both the opportunities and challenges posed bydevelopments in technology,” said Mary Spence, who was awarded an MBEfor her contribution to map design, and is currently President of TheBritish Cartographic Society. “This event is designed to give delegatesthe opportunity to learn about future developments and trends inmapping, debate the challenges facing cartography, gain practicalexperience and get involved with a friendly society that is committedto better mapmaking.”

The Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Mapsconference programme features an impressive line up of industry expertswho will give inspirational presentations on a diverse range of maprelated topics including representatives from the Royal GeographicalSociety, City University, Pitney Bowes MapInfo and the government’sCommunities and Local Government.

In addition to the fullprogramme of presentations delegates can also choose from a range ofhands-on workshops. Topics include ‘Making the most of OS MasterMap’,‘Applying the KISS principle for effective map communication’, ‘Getstarted in mapping!’ and ‘The trials and tribulations of map research’.Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps will also include all thefavourite elements from over four decades' of symposiums; the MapCurators’ Workshop including a visit to the RAF Military IntelligenceMuseum at Chicksands, special interest group meetings, a commercialexhibition, gala dinner and awards ceremony.

As part of theAssociation for Geographic Information (AGI) Continuing ProfessionalDevelopment Programme (CPD) and the Royal Geographical Society with IBG(RGS-IBG) Chartered Geographer scheme, delegates at Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps will be able to use their attendance as part of their annual training objective.

Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Mapsis being organised on behalf of The British Cartographic Society, byTraining 4 GIS, the training and consultancy division of TheGeoInformation Group. Fiona Cocks, Training Director, commented “Lastyear's new look was well received by delegates both old and new and,following an extensive consultation process, Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps hopes to build on this success.”

For further information call the organisers on +44(0)1223 880077.
Media please contact Faith Clark on +44(0)1603 211691 faithmaryclark@aol.com

Start: 09/04/2008 7:00 am
End: 09/06/2008 7:00 am
The conference "Máttut - máddagat - The Roots of Saami ethnicities, societies and spaces / places" will be held in Oulu, Finland, on the 4th-6th September 2008.
 

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

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Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Sunday September 07, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

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Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Monday September 08, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

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Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Tuesday September 09, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
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Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Wednesday September 10, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
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Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Start: 09/10/2008 8:00 am

When: September 10 to September 12
Where:  The Ranch - Larimer County 5280 Arena Circle, Loveland Colorado 80538

GIS in the Rockies is the inter mountain west's premier geospatial information and technology conference. This year's conference, Mapping Your Assets, will focus on issues related to Real Property Asset Management as well as challenges facing the geospatial industry as GIS integrates into the traditional information technology component of the enterprise. To support the conference's subject areas, some of the industry's lead professionals are being recruited to support the various conference tracks.

This year's conference will be held between September 10th and 12th 2008 at The Ranch, located in Loveland, Colorado. Pre-conference workshops will be held on September 9th. Track sessions and seminars will run concurrently on the first and second days of the conference. On Friday technical tours and other recreational opportunities are scheduled.

The conference offers opportunities for industry professionals to learn more about geospatial technology issues and business-centric strategies supporting every vertical market touched by the geospatial industry. Historically, attendees have included representatives from local, state, and federal government, the utilities industry, environmental services, land surveying professionals, the oil and gas industry, retail and business marketing professionals

For registration information go here: http://gisintherockies.org/

Start: 09/10/2008 8:00 am

The goal of the Invitational First Nations Archaeology Symposium on Haida Gwaii will be to identify common struggles, successes and failures in protecting ancestral sites. Most importantly, solutions to the inadequate protection of ancestral sites will be developed during the symposium.

For more information please see the attached pdf brochure below (note: you must be logged in to download brochure) or click here.

Thursday September 11, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

When: September 10 to September 12
Where:  The Ranch - Larimer County 5280 Arena Circle, Loveland Colorado 80538

GIS in the Rockies is the inter mountain west's premier geospatial information and technology conference. This year's conference, Mapping Your Assets, will focus on issues related to Real Property Asset Management as well as challenges facing the geospatial industry as GIS integrates into the traditional information technology component of the enterprise. To support the conference's subject areas, some of the industry's lead professionals are being recruited to support the various conference tracks.

This year's conference will be held between September 10th and 12th 2008 at The Ranch, located in Loveland, Colorado. Pre-conference workshops will be held on September 9th. Track sessions and seminars will run concurrently on the first and second days of the conference. On Friday technical tours and other recreational opportunities are scheduled.

The conference offers opportunities for industry professionals to learn more about geospatial technology issues and business-centric strategies supporting every vertical market touched by the geospatial industry. Historically, attendees have included representatives from local, state, and federal government, the utilities industry, environmental services, land surveying professionals, the oil and gas industry, retail and business marketing professionals

For registration information go here: http://gisintherockies.org/

The goal of the Invitational First Nations Archaeology Symposium on Haida Gwaii will be to identify common struggles, successes and failures in protecting ancestral sites. Most importantly, solutions to the inadequate protection of ancestral sites will be developed during the symposium.

For more information please see the attached pdf brochure below (note: you must be logged in to download brochure) or click here.

Friday September 12, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Start: 09/10/2008 8:00 am
End: 09/12/2008 5:00 pm

When: September 10 to September 12
Where:  The Ranch - Larimer County 5280 Arena Circle, Loveland Colorado 80538

GIS in the Rockies is the inter mountain west's premier geospatial information and technology conference. This year's conference, Mapping Your Assets, will focus on issues related to Real Property Asset Management as well as challenges facing the geospatial industry as GIS integrates into the traditional information technology component of the enterprise. To support the conference's subject areas, some of the industry's lead professionals are being recruited to support the various conference tracks.

This year's conference will be held between September 10th and 12th 2008 at The Ranch, located in Loveland, Colorado. Pre-conference workshops will be held on September 9th. Track sessions and seminars will run concurrently on the first and second days of the conference. On Friday technical tours and other recreational opportunities are scheduled.

The conference offers opportunities for industry professionals to learn more about geospatial technology issues and business-centric strategies supporting every vertical market touched by the geospatial industry. Historically, attendees have included representatives from local, state, and federal government, the utilities industry, environmental services, land surveying professionals, the oil and gas industry, retail and business marketing professionals

For registration information go here: http://gisintherockies.org/

Start: 09/10/2008 8:00 am
End: 09/12/2008 7:00 pm

The goal of the Invitational First Nations Archaeology Symposium on Haida Gwaii will be to identify common struggles, successes and failures in protecting ancestral sites. Most importantly, solutions to the inadequate protection of ancestral sites will be developed during the symposium.

For more information please see the attached pdf brochure below (note: you must be logged in to download brochure) or click here.

Saturday September 13, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Sunday September 14, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Monday September 15, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Tuesday September 16, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Wednesday September 17, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Thursday September 18, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Friday September 19, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Saturday September 20, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Sunday September 21, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Monday September 22, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Tuesday September 23, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
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Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Wednesday September 24, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Thursday September 25, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Friday September 26, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Saturday September 27, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Sunday September 28, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Monday September 29, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Start: 09/29/2008 9:00 am

Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre

Tuesday September 30, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre

Wednesday October 01, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre

Thursday October 02, 2008

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre

Friday October 03, 2008
Start: 09/05/2008 12:00 pm
End: 10/03/2008 12:00 pm

Next Session:  Sept. 5 – Oct. 3, 2008

Are you interested in guiding and outdoor recreation?
Working with youth?
Working in eco-tourism or adventure tourism or cultural tourism?

Participants of Hooksum’s May 1 -28/08 session now have jobs with:  BC Parks, Community Youth Programs, Wilderness Resorts, Surf and Kayak Schools.

Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre

Saturday October 04, 2008
Start: 09/29/2008 9:00 am
End: 10/04/2008 5:00 pm

Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre

Wednesday October 15, 2008
Start: 10/15/2008 9:00 am

We will have a keynote presentation by Val Roddick and presentations on the Aboriginal Agricultural Education Society (AAESBC), Western Regional Management Team (WRMT) and of course the umbrella organization First Nations Agricultural Association (FNAA) on the morning of October 16th before the AGM. We will be showcasing the last of the greenhouse vegetables for the season.

Thursday October 16, 2008
Start: 10/15/2008 9:00 am
End: 10/16/2008 5:00 pm

We will have a keynote presentation by Val Roddick and presentations on the Aboriginal Agricultural Education Society (AAESBC), Western Regional Management Team (WRMT) and of course the umbrella organization First Nations Agricultural Association (FNAA) on the morning of October 16th before the AGM. We will be showcasing the last of the greenhouse vegetables for the season.