CEMA Resources Available Online

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The Cumulative Environmental Management Association (CEMA) was a leading multi-stakeholder group operating in the heart of Canada’s boreal forest - the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Alberta.

CEMA was 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.  Based in Fort McMurray and operating for more than twelve years, this nonprofit association employed a professional secretariat to coordinate its world class research through Land, Air, Water and Reclamation working groups.

Some of the CEMA reports are now available through the Thomas A. Edge Archives & Special Collections at Athabasca University.  More are being added as time permits.

To request CEMA reports or data that are not currently in the database, you can fill out the Research Request form.