On the 5th of August, the Cumulative Environmental Management Association released a new website – http://cemaonline.ca.
What’s CEMA you say? Well, their mission statement says:
“CEMA is a multi-stakeholder society that is a key advisor to the provincial and federal governments committed to respectful, inclusive dialogue to make recommendations to manage the cumulative environmental effects of regional development on air, land, water and biodiversity.”
After the website announcement, a few tweets flitted back and forth amongst the oil sands tribe, and then the very next day, Carol Christian of the Fort McMurray Today published an article entitled “Environmental agency embraces social media”.
Oil sands plus social media? You have my attention.