ABMI tracks changes in Alberta’s natural environment and provides access to detailed data sources that can be used in planning and decision-making.
In 2017, the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI)
completed a 10-Year Science and Program Review. One of the main outcomes of the review was a commitment that ABMI will communicate with municipalities about how its scientific expertise can effectively support them in meeting legislative and policy framework requirements.
For example, ABMI is proposing to provide the ABMI Geospatial Service, a centralized, consistent geospatial service to support the needs of rural municipalities to improve service efficiency and provide potential cost savings. In addition, ABMI has developed a suite of products that can support municipal development activities in other ways, including fostering citizen engagement and community resilience, particularly in the face of emerging challenges such as climate change.
If you are interested in discussing further, or having ABMI representatives present to you about the organization and possible opportunities for collaboration and support, please contact Brett Campbell (ABMI Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org
For enquiries, please contact:
Director of External Relations & Advocacy