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1 From Planning to Action De la planification à laction Lions Den Sackville, NB Saturday, March 19 th 9am - 2pm

2 2 Outline / Programme de latelier 9:00 Welcome and Introductions 9:15 Overview of Tantramar :45 Keynote - Strait-Highlands Region 10:30 Break 11:00 Presentation of Findings 11:45 Luncheon 12:30 Priority Setting 1:30 Open dialogue 2:00 Workshop close 9 h Accueil et présentations 9 h15 Examen du cheminement suivi 9 h45 La région de Strait-Highlands 10 h 30 Pause 10 h 30 Pause 11 h Présentation des conclusions 11 h 45 Déjeuner 11 h 45 Déjeuner 12 h30 Établissement des priorités 13 h 30 Discussion libre 14 h Fin de latelier

3 3 Tantramar 2040 : Une initiative conjointe Dirigée par EOS Éco-énergie, en association avec les collectivités participantes Dirigée par EOS Éco-énergie, en association avec les collectivités participantes Inspirée par la conférence Adaptation & Actions organisée à luniversité Mount Allison (2009) Inspirée par la conférence Adaptation & Actions organisée à luniversité Mount Allison (2009) Financée par le Fonds en fiducie pour lEnvironnement et le Secrétariat rural Financée par le Fonds en fiducie pour lEnvironnement et le Secrétariat rural Le comité directeur de Tantramar 2040 comprend : Le comité directeur de Tantramar 2040 comprend : les villages de Port Elgin, Dorchester et Memramcook, la Ville de Sackville, Fort Folly First Nation, la chambre de commerce locale, Entreprise Sud- Est, la Commission du district daménagement de Tantramar, la Commission daménagement Beaubassin et EOS Your Environmental Trust Fund at Work Votre Fonds en fiducie pour lEnvironnement au travail

4 Why Work Together? Global issues are/will affect all of us – Global issues are/will affect all of us – climate change, peak oil, poverty, economic crises. Sustainability issues do not end at municipal boundaries. Sustainability issues do not end at municipal boundaries. Work together to create efficiencies. Work together to create efficiencies. Have a bigger voice at provincial table. Have a bigger voice at provincial table. 4

5 Tantramar

6 6 Steering Committee Mission Statement Tantramar 2040 will gather the resources and imagination of its communities to plan and take action on sustainability, ensuring the regions collective environmental, economic, and socio- cultural wellbeing.

7 All Pieces of the Puzzle Municipal Plans Municipal Plans Zoning By-laws Zoning By-laws Green Plans Green Plans Municipal Sustainability Plans Municipal Sustainability Plans EMO Plans EMO Plans Regional Adaptation Projects Regional Adaptation Projects Regional Sustainability Plan – a way to bring it all together 7

8 Tantramar 2040 Process 1. Workshop #1 (September 2010) - Identifying Issues and Opportunities 2. Workshop #2 (November 2010) - Focusing on Priorities 3. Discussions (Feb/March 2011) - Action Planning 4. From Planning to Implementation (March 2011) 8

9 Workshop #1 - Review 36 participants in September at Cape Jourimain 36 participants in September at Cape Jourimain Brainstormed sustainability topics Brainstormed sustainability topics Identified almost 40 issues Identified almost 40 issues 7 priority topics narrowed down and discussed in small groups. 7 priority topics narrowed down and discussed in small groups. 9

10 Workshop #2 - Review 39 people attend the session in November in Dorchester (Swisscot Tea Rooms) 39 people attend the session in November in Dorchester (Swisscot Tea Rooms) Held discussions on 8 priority topics that can be addressed at the regional level (2 rounds of 4 discussions) Held discussions on 8 priority topics that can be addressed at the regional level (2 rounds of 4 discussions) Business DevelopmentEnergy Bio-Regional PlanningFood Social SupportsTransportation Infrastructure (Coastal)Water 10

11 Concepts to integrate in all discussions: Culture Culture Education Education Climate Change Climate Change Business development/opportunities Business development/opportunities

12 Round 3 - Action Planning Discussions 1. Food and Transportation meeting - Feb. 9 th in Sackville 2. Coastal Workshop - Feb. 15 th in Port Elgin 3. Water and Energy discussion - Feb. 24 th in Dorchester 4. Bio-regional Planning - Mar. 2 nd in Memramcook 12

13 DEFINING SUSTAINABILITY Human activities that meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs (Brundtland). 13

14 Les trois piliers du développement durable Responsabilité sociale Durabilité de lenvironnement Prospérité économique 14 Social Responsibility Environmental Sustainability Economic Prosperity

15 PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABILITY - TNS 1. Reduce or eliminate use of natural materials that create pollution (e.g., fossil fuels) 2. Reduce or eliminate use of man-made materials that create pollution (e.g., chemicals and plastics) 3. Eliminate overuse or destruction of nature and natural resources (e.g., clear cutting, floodplain development) 4. Stop contributing to activities/actions that undermine peoples ability to meet their basic needs (e.g., unhealthy working conditions, purchasing items produced in sweat shops). 15

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