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Water Symposium Plenary: The Great Lakes Century
Activity Code: S703
Date: Monday, April 15
The Great Lakes are among the world’s greatest natural resources, containing fully 20 percent of the globe’s surface fresh water. Yet while many efforts to clean and protect these bodies of water have taken place, there existed no comprehensive vision for the entire ecosystem until quite recently. This symposium will examine “The Great Lakes Century,” a vision for directing the future of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River crafted by the Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill firm in 2009.
Work: Producer and Program Host at PBS television station WTTW, Chicago. I specialize in architecture, planning and Chicago history
Education: MA in Theatre, Northwestern University, 1984 BS Radio-TV-Film, Miami University, Ohio, 1978
Publications: "Ten Buildings that Changed America" a one-hour PBS special debuting nationally May 12, 2013 "Ask Geoffrey" an ongoing weekly series for "Chicago Tonight" on WTTW answering viewer questions about Chicago architecture, planning and history. "Architect Michael Graves: A Grand Tour" a half-hour documentary for WTTW, Chicago and PBS, 2012 "Chicago's Loop: A New Walking Tour" a 90-minute Public Television special for WTTW, Chicago, 2011 "Architect Robert A. M. Stern: Presence of the Past"a half-hour documentary for WTTW, Chicago and PBS, 2011 "Biking the Boulevards" a 90-minute Public Television special for WTTW, Chicago, 2009 "Chicago's Lakefront"a 90-minute Public Television special for WTTW, Chicago, 2008 "Chicago by Boat: The New River Tour" a 90-minute Public Television special for WTTW, Chicago, 2005 "Chicago by 'L': Touring the Neighborhoods" a 90-minute Public Television special for WTTW, Chicago, 2002
Other Publications: "Hidden Chicago" "Seven Wonders of Chicago" "The Foods of Chicago: A Delicious History" "Chicago's North Shore" "Northwest of Chicago: From Farm Fields to Boom Towns" "Chicago's Western Suburbs: From Prairie Soil to Prairie Style" "The Southwest Suburbs: Birthplace of Chicago" "South of Chicago: Suburbs, Steel Mills, Shoreline" "The Fox River Valley and Chain o' Lakes" "Jewish Chicago" "The Race to Mackinac"
Past Assignments: Lectures to: American Institute of Architects, Illinios American Public Works Association Association of Licensed Architects Aurora Preservation Commission Building Owners and Managers Association Chicago Architecture Foundation Society of Architectural Historians Chicago History Museum Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Active Transpotation Alliance Chicago Public Library Federal Reserve of Chicago Friends of the Chicago River General Services Administration Landmarks Illinois Lincoln Park Conservancy Mies Van Der Rohe Society at the Illinois Institute of Technology Water Environment Federation
Work: Dr. Krantzberg is Professor and Director of the Centre for Engineering and Public Policy in the School of Engineering at McMaster University offering Canada’s first Master’s Degree in Engineering and Public Policy. Gail completed her M.Sc. and Ph.D. at the University of Toronto in environmental science and freshwaters. She worked for the Ontario Ministry of Environment from 1988 to 2001, as Coordinator of Remedial Action Plan and Great Lakes Programs, and Senior Policy Advisor on Great Lakes. In her tenure there she was intensely engaged in binational Great Lakes science and policy venues, including direct interactions with the Great Lakes Commission, Board membership on the Great Lakes Observing system, president of the International Association of Great Lakes Research, The Great Lakes St. Lawrence Cities Initiative, Board Member of the Canadian Water Foundation, member of the International Joint Commission’s Water Quality Board, Sediment Priority Action Commitee, Indicators Implementation Task Force, and Council of Great Lakes Research Managers. Dr. Krantzberg was the Director of the Great Lakes Regional Office of the International Joint Commission from 2001 to 2005. In 2007 she was appointed as an adjunct faculty member of the United Nations University Institute for Water and Environmental Health and participated in the twinning of the Laurentian and African Great Lakes (principally Lake Victoria). She has authored 4 books and more than 130 scientific and policy articles on issues pertaining to ecosystem quality and sustainability and is a frequent speaker to media and the public
Education: Ph.D. University of Toronto, Ecotoxicology and contaminant cycling M.Sc. University of Toronto, metal toxicity and ecosystem management
Publications: BOOKS 1. Water Co-Management. 2012. Grover, V. and G. Krantzberg (eds.) Scientific Research Publishing, (in press.) 2. Great Lakes Lessons in Participatory Governance. 2012. V. Grover and G. Krantzberg (eds.). Scientific Research Publishing. 3. Transboundary Lake Basin Management: Laurentian and African Great Lakes, 2011. Adeel, Z., Velma I Grover, Gail Krantzberg, Colin Mayfield, Stu Finn, John Gannon, Jim Houston, Marc Gaden, Chris Goddard, Bob Hecky, Ted Lawrence, Dick Nyeko, Oliva Mkumbo, Tom Okurut,, Henry Mwima, and Laurent Ntahuga. UNU-INWEH, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 46 pg. 4. Advances in Water Quality ControlI. 2010. Krantzberg, G., A. Tanik, J.S. Antunes do Carmo, A. Indarto, and A. Edka (eds) . Scientific Research Publishing, USA. ISBN 978-1-935068-08-2 PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS/BOOKS: 1. Krantzberg, G. 2012. Renegotiation of the 1987 Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement: From Confusion to Promise. Sustainability 2012, 4, 1239-1255 2. deBoer, C. and G. Krantzberg. 2012. Great Lakes Water Governance: A Transboundary Inter-Regime Analysis. (in press) 4. Krantzberg, G. 2012. First off the List: The Collingwood Harbour Story. In Great Lakes Lessons in Participatory Governance. 2012. V. Grover and G. Krantzberg (eds.). Scientific Research Publishing. 5. Krantzberg, G. 2012. Remedial Action Plans, an adventure in participatory decision making. Great Lakes Lessons in Participatory Governance. 2012. V. Grover and G. Krantzberg (eds.). Scientific Research Publishing. 6 Krantzberg, G. 2012. Governance reform to secure resilience in the nearshore waters of the Great Lakes basin. In Water Co-Management. Grover, G. and G. Krantzberg (eds.) Scientific Research Publishing, (in press.) 7. McLaughlin, C and G. Krantzberg. 2012. An Appraisal of Management Pathologies in the Great Lakes Science of the Total Environment Volume 416, 40–47 8. Abdel-fattah, S. and G. Krantzberg. 2012. Climate impacts on beneficial use impairments for Areas of Concern. J of Climatic Change: (in press) 9. McLaughlin, C and G. Krantzberg. 2011. An appraisal of policy implementation deficits in the Great Lakes. J. Great Lakes Res 37: 390-396 10. Krantzberg, G. Governance Reform for a Sustainable Great Lakes Future. In Proceedings of the 1st World Sustain. Forum, 1-30 November 2011; Sciforum Electronic Conferences Series, 2011. http://www.sciforum.net/presentation/559 11. Rankin-Gouthro, E, and G. Krantzberg, 2011. Using Scenario Building to Create A New vision and Invigorate an “Activist Agenda” for the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Basin. EGJ 1(31) http://escholarship.org/uc/item/3s20t46r 12. Krantzberg, G. 2010. Revitalization Plans and Implementation, Collingwood Harbour, Georgian Bay, Ontario. In: Advances in Water Quality Control. Chapter 10. Edited by Krantzberg, G, A. Tanik, J. Antunes do Carmo, A. Indarto, and A. Ekdal. Scientific Research Publishing. pp. 194 - 204 13. Krantzberg, G . and J. Manno. 2010. Renovation and innovation; it’s time for the Great Lakes regime to respond. J. Environmental Management ( published online May 6 2010) 14. Krantzberg, G. 2010. The Whimsy That Is Becoming To Be. Lakeviews January 2010. http://glos.us/updates/2010/lakeviews_v7.html#story1 15. Krantzberg, G. and R. Basserman. 2010. How our energy future affects our water future. Jour. Policy Engagement. 2: (1): 2 - 5 16. Krantzberg, G. and A. Hrymak. 2009. How Society Gains from Engineers Educated in Public Policy. Jour. Policy Engagement. 1(2): 2 – 4 17. Krantzberg, G. 2009. Representative Case Studies in the Province of Ontario. Collingwood Harbour, Georgian Bay. Welbourn, P., H. Cleghorn, J. Davis, S. Rose. The Story of Brownfields and Smart Growth in Kingston Ontario: From Contamination to Revitalization. ©2009 Classroom Complete Press, 325pp. 18. Krantzberg, G. 2009. Renegotiating the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement: the Process for a Sustainable Outcome. Sustainability 1(2): 254-267 19. Manno, J. and G. Krantzberg. 2008 Rediscovering and Revitalizing the Great Lakes GovernanceIn: Bosselmann, K., R. Engel and P. Taylor (eds) Governance for Sustainability – Issues, Challenges, Successes. IUCN, Gland. Switzerland. pp. 159-170 20. Krantzberg, G. 2008. The 35th Anniversary of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. Environmental Management: Issue 26 ISSN 1076-7975 21. Krantzberg, G., and C. de Boer. 2008. A Valuation of Ecological Services in the Laurentian Great Lakes Basin with an emphasis on Canada. JAWWA. 100: 6 100 - 111). 22. Krantzberg, G. 2008. The Great Lakes, A 35th Year Anniversary: Time to Look Forward. Electronic Green Journal Issue 26, Spring 2008 ISSN: 1076-7975 23. Krantzberg, G. 2007. The Ongoing Review of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. J. Great Lakes Research 33: 699 – 703 24. Krantzberg, G and K. Montgomery. 2007. Restrictions on Dredging as an Impaired Beneficial Use under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management Society 10: 117-124 25. Krantzberg, G. 2007. The Great Lake's Future at a Cross Road. The Environmentalist. DOI 10.1007/s10669-007-9139-z 26. McLaughlin, C. and G. Krantzberg 2006. Towards A ‘Better Understanding’ Of The Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem. J. Great Lakes Research 32:197–199 27. Krantzberg, G. 2006. Sustaining the Gains Made in Ecological Restoration. Environment, Development and Sustainability 8: 413–424 28. Krantzberg, G. M. Bratzel and J. McDonald. 2006. Contribution of the International Joint Commission to Great Lakes Renewal. The Great Lakes Geographer 13, 25 - 37 29. Krantzberg, G. 2004. Science Must Inform Great Lakes Policy. J. Great Lakes Research, Volume 30 (573-574) 30. Krantzberg, G. 2003. Keeping Remedial Action Plans on target: lessons learned from Collingwood Harbour. J. Great Lakes Research (29): 641-651. 31. Krantzberg, G. 2002. Restoring Active Participation. J. Great Lakes Research, Volume 28 (491-492) 32. Zarull, M.A., Hartig, J.H. and Krantzberg, G. 2002. Ecological Benefits of Contaminated Sediment Remediation. Rev. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 174: 1-18. 33. Krantzberg, G. 2002. What progress has been made in the RAP program after 10 years of effort? Handbook of Water Sensitive Planning and Design (R.L. France Ed.) Harvard Press. 34. Krantzberg, G., M.A. Zarull and J.H. Hartig. 2001. Sediment management, ecological and ecotoxicological effects must direct actions. Water Quality Research J. Canada 36 (367-376) 35. Krantzberg, G. 2001. Modernizing Annex 2 of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. Toledo Journal of Great Lakes Science Law and Policy 3: 112-124 36. Krantzberg, G., M.A. Zarull and J.H. Hartig. 2000. Deciding when to intervene. Environ. Science Technology. (22A-27A) 37. Krantzberg, G. 2000 Making the Lakes Great. In: Storm Warnings, Voices for the Waters. B. Litteljohn & G. Glipin Beck (eds.) (95-98) 38. Krantzberg, G., T. Reynoldson, R. Jaagumagi, S. Painter, D. Boyd, D. Bedard and T. Pawson. (2000). SEDS: Setting Environmental Decisions for Sediment management. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management Society 3: 387-396 39. Hartig, J.H., L. Maynard, M.A. Zarull and G. Krantzberg. 1999. Sediment remediation can improve Great Lakes water quality. Water Env. & Technology 10: 12-13 40. Krantzberg, G., J. Ciborowski, M. Ginnebaugh, D. Lee. 1999. Five Year Workplan of the International Association for Great Lakes Research. J. Great Lakes Research 25: (423-427) 41. Zarull, M, J. Hartig, G. Krantzberg. (1999) Overcoming obstacles to sediment management in the Great Lakes. J. Great Lakes Research 25: (412-422) 42. Krantzberg, G. , H. Ali and J. Barnes. 1999: Measuring ten years of progress in the Canada/Ontario Remedial Action Plan Program. In: Aquatic Restoration in Canada (T. Murphy and M. Munawar Eds) Ecovision World Monograph Series, Backhuys Publ, the Netherlands. pp. 1 – 13 43. Krantzberg, G. (1998) After more than ten years of effort, are Remedial Action Plans making a difference? J. Great Lakes Research 24: 485-486 44. Krantzberg, G. (1998) A research agenda for Great Lakes revitalization and Protection. The Toledo J. of Great Lakes’ Law, Science & Policy. 1:13-25 45. Krantzberg, G. 1997. Editorial: Research Priorities for Great Lakes Rehabilitation. J. Great Lakes Research 23 46. Krantzberg, G. 1997. International Association for Great Lakes Research Position Paper on the Remedial Action Plan Program. J. Great Lakes Research 23: (221-223) 47. Krantzberg, G. and E. Houghton 1996. The Remedial Action Plan that lead to the clean up and delisting of Collingwood Harbour as an Area of Concern. J. Great Lakes Research. 22: 469-483.
Other Publications: 48. Krantzberg, G. 1995. Using the burden of evidence for sediment management. M. Munawar, T.Edsall & J. Leach (eds.), The Lake Huron Ecosystem: Ecology, Fisheries and Management. Ecovision World Monograph Series, S.P.B. Academic Publishing, the Netherlands. pp. 365-395 49. Hartig, J.H., N.L. Law, D. Epstein, K. Fuller, J. Letterhos and G. Krantzberg. 1995. Capacity-building for restoring degraded areas in the Great Lakes. Int. J. Sustain. Dev. World Ecol. 2: 1 - 10 50. Krantzberg, G. and R.K. Sherman. 1995. Severn Sound sediment chemistry and bioassessment, 1988-1990. Water Qual. Res. J. Canada 30: 635-671 51. Krantzberg, G., F. Dobbs and R. Grillmayer. A bioengineering approach to stream rehabilitation and habitat creation, Black Ash Creek, Collingwood, Ontario. in: M. Murphy and R. Kirschner Using Ecological Restoration to Meet Clean Water Act Goals. Chicago, Il. November 1995. pp. 147-158 52. Krantzberg, G. Monitoring environmental quality in the Great Lakes Areas of Concern. in: M. Sanderson (ed.) Water and Fist Nations in Ontario. October 1995. The Water Network, University of Waterloo and the Six Nations, Ohsweken. pp. 17-25 53. Krantzberg, G. 1994. Spatial and temporal variability in metal bioavailability and the toxicity of sediment from Hamilton Harbour, Lake Ontario. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 13: 1685-1698 54. Krantzberg, G. 1993. Using the burden of evidence for sediment management in Collingwood Harbour, Georgian Bay. Lake Huron Basin Symposium. Abstract. 55. Krantzberg, G. 1993. Forging partnerships between community and government: the challenges and the rewards. Proceedings of the Workshop on Community Involvement in Decision Making, Quebec City, June 1993. Environment Canada. pp. 51-56. 56. Krantzberg, G. 1993. Ecosystem health as measured from the molecular to the community level of organization, with reference to sediment bioassessment. J. Aquat. Ecosystem Health 1: 319-328 57. Krantzberg, G. and D. Boyd 1992. The biological significance of contaminants in sediment from Hamilton Harbour. Environmental Science and Technology 11:1527-1540 58. Krantzberg, G. 1990. Indicators at community or systems level. Environ. Monitoring Assess. 15: 283-284 59. Krantzberg, G. 1990. Metal accumulation and tissue distribution in larvae of the genus Chironomus with reference to x-ray microprobe analysis. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol 19: 84-93. 60. Stokes, P.M., E.T. Howell, and G. Krantzberg. 1990. Effects of acidic precipitation on the biota of freshwater lakes. in: C.D. Adriano and A.H. Johnson, (eds.) Acidic Precipitation Vol. 2: Biological and Ecological Effects. Springer-Verlag, N.Y. pp. 273-304. 61. Krantzberg, G. 1989. Age and body weight modify metal bioaccumulation by chironomid larvae. In: M. Munawar, G. Dixon, C.I. Mayfields, T. Reynoldson and M.H. Sadar (eds). Environmental Bioassay Techniques and their Application. Hydrobiologia 188/189: 497-506, Kluwer Academic Press, the Netherlands. 62. Krantzberg, G. and P.M. Stokes. 1989. Metal regulation, tolerance and body burdens in larvae of the genus Chironomus. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci 46: 389-398. 63. Krantzberg, G. 1989. Accumulation of essential and nonessential metals by chironomid larvae in relation to physical and chemical properties of the elements. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 46: 1755-1761. 64. Krantzberg, G. and P.M. Stokes. 1988. The importance of surface adsorption and pH for metal accumulation by chironomids. Environmental Toxicol. Chem. 7: 653-670. 65. Krantzberg, G. Book review. R. Thomas, R. Evans, A. Hamilton, M. Munawar, T. Reynoldson and H. Sadar (eds). Ecological Affects of In Situ Sediment Contaminants 1987, Dr. W. Junk Publ., Dordrecht, Boston and Lancaster 272 pp ISBN 90-6193-632 x. $127.50 (US), 250.00 DF1. Journal of Paleolimnology 1: 159-160, 1988 66. Krantzberg, G. 1985. Benthic macroinvertebrates modify copper and zinc partitioning in freshwater-sediment microcosms. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 42: 1464-1473. 67. Krantzberg, G. 1985. The influence of bioturbation on physical, chemical and biological parameters in aquatic environments: a review. Environ. Pollut. (Series A) 39: 99-122. PUBLICATIONS SUBMITTED 1. Abdel-fattah, S. and G. Krantzberg. 2012 Downscaling the Great Lakes. J of Hydrology (submitted) 2. Abdel-fattah, S. and G. Krantzberg 2012. Review: Adaptive Management and Resiliency to Climate Change" J of Great Lakes Research (submitted) 3. Abdel-fattah, S. and G. Krantzberg 2012 Using Expert Elicitation as a technique to assess Adaptation to Climate Change and Policy Solutions for the Great Lakes J of Environmental Science & Policy (submitted) 4. Topalovic , P. and G. Krantzberg. 2012. Responsible Care in Global Supply Chains: A Case Study. Environment, Development and Sustainability (submitted) OTHER PUBLICATIONS 1. Krantzberg, G. 2011. Great Lakes, Future Stakes. Georgian Bay Forever. Winter 2011. pp. 4 - 5 2. National Round Table on Environment and Economy. Expert Advisory Committee Member . 2011. Charting a Course: Sustainable Water Use by Canada’s Natural Resource Sectors. . http://nrtee-trnee.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/charting-a-course-eng.pdf. ISBN 978-1-100-19387-8 Cat. no.: En134-54/2011E 3. SOLEC Independent Expert Panel 2010. Review Report of the SOLEC Independent Expert Panel 31 March 2010 Presented to Environment Canada and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 4. Schaefer, K. and G. Krantzberg. 2009. How is Science being used by Ontario’s Conservation Authorities?. ISSN 1921-4723 (Strengthening Science-Policy Links: Study Series). Available at http://www.ec.gc.ca/scitech/default.asp?lang=En&n=BCABA058-1 5. Belanger, J., P. Topalovic, G. Krantzberg, J. West. 2009. Responsible Care: History and Development. Report to IUPAC 6. Krantzberg, G. and E. Rankin. 2009. Make the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Great Meta Strategy. Report to the Walter Duncan Gordon Foundation. 7. Krantzberg, G. 2009. Great Lakes St-Lawrence River Basin Sustainable Water Resources Agreement & The Ontario Water Resources Act. Prepared for the Delcan Corporation 8. Susan Ambrose, Bob Brennan, and Gail Krantzberg. 2009. Review of The Faculty of Applied Science’s Engineering Learning Experience, University of British Columbia, September 24, 2009 9. Krantzberg, G., J. Manno, C. Mclaughlin and C. de Boer. 2008. Great Lakes Governance: Future Models Present Solutions, A project of the Joyce Foundation, 10. Krantzberg, G., J. Manno, and C. de Boer. 2007. Great Lakes Governance, Report on an Expert Worskhop of June 2007. A project of the Joyce Foundation. 11. McLaughlin,C. and G. Krantzberg. 2008. Adaptive Management. Challenges and Opportunities for Water Resource Management. Workshop on the Twinning of African and Laurentian Great Lakes. 12. Krantzberg, G. February 2007. Polyflourinated compounds, CEPA, and government responses Testimony to Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources in relation to its study on the Canadian Environmental Protection Act. 13. Krantzberg, G. January 2007. Dofasco Centre for Engineering and Public Policy Report on SCIENCE – POLICY FUTURES WORKSHOP Held May 18, 2006, McMaster University In Partnership with The Ivey Foundation and the Walter & Duncan Gordon Foundation 14. Krantzberg, G. Precaution meets Risk, and the Implications of CEPA to the Great Lakes Regime. Testimony to House Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development. 15. Krantzberg, G. June 2006. Setting Priorities for the Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem to Sustain Healthy Communities and a Dynamic Economy Prepared for the Ontario Ministry of Environment 16. Krantzberg, G. C. McLaughlin, and E. Marchington. March 2006. Federal – Provincial Response to Emerging Contaminants in the Great Lakes Basin. Prepared for Ontario Ministry of Environment. 17. Krantzberg, G. July 2006. Our Fragile Great Lakes. Who Cares. Twenty-Tweny.ca Forum. http://twenty-twenty.ca/forum/viewtopic.php?p=129#129 18. Krantzberg, G. July 2006 Help Make our Lakes Great. OPED, Hill Times (submitted July 2006) 19. Ferguson, J. and G. Krantzberg. 2006. Considerations for Assessing the Economic Value of Marine Related Activities in the Canadian Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence Basin. Prepared for Department of Fisheries and Oceans. 20. Krantzberg, G. And C. Deboer. March 2006. A Valuation Of Ecological Services In The Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem to Sustain Healthy Communities and a Dynamic Economy. Prepared for Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 21. Introducing the McMaster Centre for Engineering and Public Policy. WEAO Newsletter January 2006 22. Krantzberg, G. 2005. Science and Policy for Great Lakes Excellence. State Public Advisory Committee Newsletter. Volume XXI. Summer 2005. 23. Krantzberg, G. 2005. A Watershed Event. International Joint Commission Focus, Vol. 30 (1), for signature by the IJC Chairmen. 24. Krantzberg, G. 2005. IJC Board Priorities for Great Lakes excellence. International Joint Commission Focus, Vol. 30 (1). 25. Krantzberg, G. 2004. Spilling out Leadership. International Joint Commission Focus, Vol. 29 (4). 26. Krantzberg, G. 2004. Our Great Lakes: The Quality-Quantity Connections. Workshop Proceedings, Climate Change and the Great Lakes, Adaptation Options for Coastal Management in Canada. August 2004 27. Krantzberg, G. 2004. Honouring Scientific Excellence: IJC Biennial Award for Great Lakes Science. International Joint Commission Focus, Vol. 29 (3). 28. Krantzberg, G. 2004. Did it Work? (Monitoring ecosystem recovery). International Joint Commission Focus, Vol. 29 (2). 29. Krantzberg, G. 2004. A Call for Renewal. Michigan State Public Advisory Committee Summer Newsletter Volume XX. 30. Krantzberg, G. 2004. Everything is Connected. International Joint Commission Focus, Vol. 29 (1). 31. Krantzberg, G. 2003. Having a Say on the Review of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. International Joint Commission Focus, Vol. 28 (2). 32. Jasim, S.Y., W. Hua, R. Letcher, F. Lemieux, S. Mazloum, G. Krantzberg, M. Burrows. 2003. Endocrine disrupting chemicals and presence in water supplies and effect of treatment process on removal - A Great Lakes region concern. American Water Works Association Water Quality Technology Conference Abstract. November. Philadelphia, PA. 33. Krantzberg, G. 2003. Addressing Beneficial Use Impairments in Great Lakes Areas of Concern: Background and Issues for Consideration. In: The Latest and Greatest for the Great Lakes: Innovations in Assessment, Monitoring and Restoration of Beneficial Uses in Great Lakes Areas of Concern (http://www.glc.org/spac/proceedings/) 34. Krantzberg, G. 2003. Documenting Progress in Restoring Beneficial Uses in the Areas of Concern. In: The Latest and Greatest for the Great Lakes: Innovations in Assessment, Monitoring and Restoration of Beneficial Uses in Great Lakes Areas of Concern (http://www.glc.org/spac/proceedings/) 35. Krantzberg, G. 2002. Nurturing our commitment to cleaning up the Great Lakes. Michigan Areas of Concern News, Volume XVIII. 36. Krantzberg, G. 2000. Help make our lakes great. Trellis Newsletter of the Civic Garden Centre in Toronto, 27(2): 10 - 13 37. Krantzberg, G., J. Hartig, K. Burch. 1999. Deciding when to Intervene. Guidance on sediment management decisions. IJC Water Quality Board, SedPAC publication 38. SedPAC. 1999. The ecological benefits of contaminated sediment remediation in the Great Lakes. IJC Water Quality Board 39. Krantzberg, G. 1998. Future research priorities that can help make the Lakes Great. IJC Focus, September/October 1998 issue. 40. Krantzberg, G., H. Ali and J. Barnes. 1997. The Canada/Ontario Great Lakes Remedial Action Plan Program, An Analysis Of Ten Years Of Effort. Canada Ontario Remedial Action Plan Steering Committee document 41. Krantzberg, G. (ed) 1997. The RAP Update. Canada Ontario Remedial Action Plan Steering Committee document 42. Krantzberg, G., R. Jaagumagi, T. Reynoldson, I. Orchard, D. Boyd, D. Bedard, H. Ali. 1996. Setting Environmental Decisions for Sediment management. Canada Ontario Remedial Action Plan Steering Committee guidance document. Final Draft. 43. Krantzberg, G. (ed) 1996. The RAP Update. Canada Ontario Remedial Action Plan Steering Committee document. 44. Krantzberg, G. and K. Tota. 1996: Community Tool-Kit to Help You Make the Lakes Great. Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy publication on behalf of the Ontario Public Advisory Council 45. Fox, B., E. Janz, B. Wynnycky, M. Alles-DeVos and G. Krantzberg. 1996. The Relationship between RAP Implementation and Municipal Planning and Programs. Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy. 46. Krantzberg, G. (ed.) 1996. A Guide to producers, users and reviewers of Stage 2 and Stage 3 Report. Canada Ontario Remedial Action Plan Steering Committee guidance document. Revised September 1997. 47. Krantzberg, G. (ed) 1995. The RAP Update. Canada Ontario Remedial Action Plan Steering Committee document 48. Krantzberg, G., Collingwood Harbour Action Team and PAC. 1994. The Collingwood Harbour RAP Stage 3 Document, Right On Target. Draft Report, April 1994. ISBN 0-7778-2756-5. 49. Collingwood Harbour Implementation Subcommittee: Planning for the Future. Report of the Coastline Development and Sustainability Subcommittee to the Collingwood Town Council. January 1994. ISBN 0-7778-2695 50. Krantzberg, G. 1994. Meeting Biological and Chemical Targets for Collingwood Harbour Sediment. RAP Environmental Status Report. ISBN 0-7778-2697-6 51. Krantzberg, G. et al. 1993. Collingwood Harbour Remedial Action Plan Implementation Annex: Partnerships in Action. Report of the Collingwood Harbour Action Team. available through Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy. ISBN 0-7778-2693-3 52. Krantzberg, G. 1992. The Collingwood Harbour Stage 2 Executive Summary. August 1992. ISBN 0-7778-2694-1 53. Krantzberg, G. et al. 1992. The Collingwood Harbour Remedial Action Plan Stage 2 Report: a strategy for restoring the Collingwood Harbour ecosystem and delisting Collingwood Harbour as an Area of Concern. Canada-Ontario Agreement Report, Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy, Toronto, Ontario. ISBN 0-7778-0162-0 54. Krantzberg, G. 1991. Making Choices: a discussion paper on remedial options. Ontario Ministry of the Environment Technical Report in support of the Collingwood Harbour Remedial Action Plan. 55. Krantzberg, G. 1991. Benthic invertebrate community structure and sediment bioassays of chemically treated and untreated sediment from Hamilton Harbour. Ontario Ministry of the Environment Technical Report. 56. Krantzberg, G. 1990. Sediment Bioassay Research and Development. Report to the Research Advisory Committee of Environment Ontario. ISBN # 0-7729-7147-1 57. Krantzberg, G. 1990. Sediment bioassays and sediment core chemistry, Collingwood Harbour 1988-1989. Collingwood Harbour Remedial Action Plan Technical Report. ISBN # 0-7729-7576-0 58. Krantzberg, G. et al. 1988. Collingwood Harbour Remedial Action Plan Stage 1 Report, Environmental Conditions and Problem Definition. Environment Ontario Publication. 59. Krantzberg, G. 1988. Sediment bioassay research and development. Report to the Research Advisory Committee, Ontario Ministry of the Environment. Post-doctoral grant PDF03. 60. Lomas, T. and Krantzberg, G. 1988. Contaminated Sediments in Great Lakes Areas of Concern. Volume 2: Laboratory Sediment Bioassays. ISBN-7729-4337-0. 61. Krantzberg, G. 1987. A study of the role of biotic and abiotic factors in metal accumulation by Chironomus (Diptera, Chironomidae). Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Botany, University of Toronto.
Past Assignments: 1. Chemical Indicators of Great Lakes Integrity. IJC Workshop, Windsor, Sept. 2012 2. Evidence of Implementation Deficits for Great Lakes Greatness. University of Guelph, June 2012, 7th Peter Yodzis Colloquium in Fundamental Ecology Sustainability, socio-ecological complexity and adaptive management: Opportunities and challenges Keynote Address 3. Great Lakes Science Research, a focus on Ontario Ministry of Environment’s 40th Anniversary. ON, May 2012, Keynote Address 4. Complex science is no match for impaired governance. International Association for Great Lakes Research. Cornwall, ON, May 2012, Keynote Address 5. From Remedial Action Plans to a Nearshore Governance Framework. International Association for Great Lakes Research. Cornwall, ON, May 2012 6. Engineering and Politics. The Global Engineer Conference, McMaster University. March 2012 7. Great Lakes, Great Responsibilities; a Canadian Perspective. 7th Circuit Bar Association Great Lakes Conference, Chicago, March 2012 8. The history and future of the Remedial Action Plan Program. Canada-Ontario Agreement Workshop. Niagara on the Lake. February 2012 9. Engineering and Public Policy, the Collingwood Harbour RAP experience. NCWIE. Hamilton, November 2011 10. Great Lakes Responsibility, the role of youth. Green Citizen Conference, Seneca College, Toronto, October 2011 11. From lakewide approaches to local co-management. Living Arts Centre, October 2011 12. Great Lakes Science Informs Policy. Georgian Bay Forever Forum. Toronto, March 2011 13. Green Belts for Great Waters. Global Greenbelts Conference. Toronto, March 2011 14. Engineering Innovation and Health Care public policy. Panel member, Toronto March 2011 15. Adaptation strategies for the Great Lakes. Climate Change Adaptation Conference, Conservation Ontario. March 2011 16. The transportation-water quality nexus. Transportation Summit 2011, City of Hamilton, March 2011 17. Many Jurisdictions, One Resource: Managing Change in Canada-U.S. Transboundary Waters. Water Canada Roundtable. February 2011 18. The role of Engineerings in Environmental Policy. Engineers Without Borders International Conference. Toronto, January 2011 19. Great Lakes, our shared future. Probus Oakville. January 2011 20. Challenges for the next 25 years of Responsible Care. Chemistry Industry Association of Canada AGM. Ottawa October 20, 2010. Expert Panel 21. Great Lakes, Great Cities, Great Responsibilities. Aquatic Toxicity Workshop. Toronto October 4, 2010. Plenary Speaker 22. From Water Quality to the Ecosystem Approach. World Water Congress. Montreal, September 2010 23. The need for a Regeneration Institute for the Great Lakes. Canadian Water Summit, Toronto, June 18 2010 24. Scenarios for a Great Lakes Future. International Association for Great Lakes Research Toronto, May 20, 2010 25. The Ecosystem Approach, a tribute to Henry Regier. International Association for Great Lakes Research Toronto, May 18, 2010 26. The Public Policy Process. Ontario Centre for Engineering and Public Policy, Annual General Meeting. Toronto, May 7 2010 27. Great Lakes Great Responsibiltiies. Institute for Journalism & Natural Resources. Burlington April 25, 2010 28. Valuation of Great Lakes resources and services. 5th Binational Lake St. Clair conference. Managing Lake St. Clair for an Ever Changing Environment March 31, Windsor, ON 29. Great Lakes Binational Governance. Glass Half Full, Science for Peach Conference, McMaster University. March 13 2010 30. Opportunities to Regenerate Great Lakes Excellence. Canadian Water Resources Association, Feb 5, Burlington ON 31. Great Lakes at a crossroads. February 2010. Mississauga Probis. 32. Valuation of Great Lakes natural Assets. Latorrnel. November 2009. Alliston Ontario 33. Great Lakes Greater Stakes. A green midwest, a blue midwest globalization and the midwest conference. Chicago. November 2009 34. The Great Lakes MetaStrategy. International Joint Commission Round Table. October 2009. Windsor, Ontario. 35. Great Lakes Goverance Reform. International Association for Great Lakes Research, Toledo, Ohio. May 2009 36. Sustainable Engineering. George Brown College, Toronto, March 31, 2009 37. Great Lakes indicators and Endpoints. International Association for Great Lakes Research, Toledo, Ohio. May 2009 38. Green Energy Green Economy Act. Governance and policy challenges for Engineers. Toronto. April 2009 39. The Use of Science for Decision Making: Public Policy for Ontario’s Conservation Authorities. Conservation Ontario Directors Meeting. Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto, April 2009 40. Great Lakes Great Responsibilities. Stoney Creek Rotary Club. April 2009 .Preserving Ontario’s Freshwater, Ontario Headwaters Institute, Toronto, March 27, 2009. 41. Great Lakes threatsCorporate social responsibility and solutions. Oshawa Chapter, Canadian Society of Civil Engineers.Green enegineering. everGREEN Conference, McMaster University. March 20, 2009 42. Great Lakes Great Responsibilities. . Canadian Association for Water Quality, Burlington, February 23, 2009 43. The Use of Science for Decision Making: A Scan of Conservation Authorities in Ontario. Canadian Association for Water Quality, Burlington, February 24, 2009 44. The Science Policy Discourse. Canadian Association for Water Quality, Burlington, February 24, 2009 45. A Great Lakes Agenda for Accountability. On the Waterfront: A Clear Commitment, Hamilton, Ontario Rotary District 7090. October 17-19, 2008. 46. Great Lakes Panel; Banff Forum, Banff Forum VII In The Shadow of a Stumbling Giant? Canadian/U.S. Relations in a New Era. Niagara on the Lake, Ontario, October 9 – 11 2008 47. Great Lakes leadership for Binational renewal. Marshall Plan for the Great Lakes St. Lawrence.. Great Lakes St. Lawrence Cities Initiative Annual Conference. July 18 2008. Toronto, Ontario. 48. Participatory Decision making for Sustainable Communities. International Association for Great Lakes Research Annual Conference. Trent University, Peterborough, May 2008 49. Great Lakes Great Responsibilities. Energy2100: Making the Lakes Great. Toronto, Ontario. April 23, 2008 50. Breaking Down the Silos. Implementing Integrated Watershed-Wide Sustainability Plan. Credit Conservation Authority Workshop, Mississauga, November 2007 51. Our Great Lakes Futures: to where from here? A.G. Latornell Symposium, Barrie, Ontario November 2007 Keynote speaker 52. Source Water Protection and collateral benefits. Lake Ontario Shoreline Algae Action Advisory Committee. Invited Speaker. Hamilton, September 2007 53. Great Lakes Areas of Concern: Achieving Restoration Targets and Sustaining Stewardship. What makes and Area of Concern and Area of Concern. Cleveland, June 2007 54. Advances in the Great Lakes Observing System and its Regional Association. International Association for Great Lakes Research. May 2007 55. A Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement Conversation Society of Environmental Journalists, Saginaw Bay Michigan, May 2007 56. Economic and Ecologic threats to the Great Lakes. Invited speaker. 70th Annual International Joint Conference of the Canadian Shipowners Association and the Lake Carriers’ Association. Tampa, February 2007 57. Great Visions for Great Lakes. Coastal Centre, Nottawasaga Bay, July 2007 58. Emerging chemicals and the future of Great Lakes policy, University of Toronto, February 2007 59. Valuation of Great Lakes Natural Assets. Presentation to Ministry of Natural Resources, Toronto, January 2007 60. Emerging chemicals and the future of Great Lakes policy, McMaster University, December 2006 61. Great Lakes Great Watersheds. Lattornel Conference, Barrie, Ontario November 2006 62. Conservation Ontario Priorities for the Great Lakes. Conservation Ontario November Workshop, Toronto 2006 63. Capacity Building for Watershed Management. Pollution Probe Workshop. June 2006, Guelph, Ontario. 64. Revitalizing the Great Lakes, Renewing Commitments. Great Lakes United Annual General Meeting, Dinner Keynote Address, June 2006, Michigan. 65. Great Lakes governance and policy challenges. International Association for Great Lakes Research Annual Conference. Windsor, May 2006 66. The Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement: Revitalize, Revise, Renegotiate? Sustainable Development . Freshwater for the Future - Conference on Freshwater Policy Sustainable Development. Invited Speaker, Ottawa May 2006 67. Water Quality Challenges in a Trans-boundary Area. One Region. Two Niagara. Our Shared future. Lunch Keynote Address. May 2006, Niagara Falls 68. Freshwater for the Future - Conference on Freshwater Policy 69. Great Lakes Journalism Matters. The Not So Great Lakes conference, Windsor. March 2006 70. The role of science in policy formulation in the Great Lakes Region. University of Toronto Seminar. March 2006 71. 41st Central Canadian Symposium on Water Quality Research. NWRI, Burlington, ON. Feb 2006 72. Science influences Policy in the Great Lakes Basin. Kempenfelt Retreat, Ministry of Environment, Environmental Monitoring and Reporting Branch. Jan. 2006 73. Watersheds for sustainability. Healthy Waters, Healthy Communities Latournel Conference, Ontario November 2005 74. The Future of Great Lakes Governance. SETAC, Baltimore Nov. 2005 75. Revitalizing the Great Lakes. Future Opportunties. American Water Works Association, San Francisco, June 2005.
David A. Ullrich
Great Lakes and St Lawrence Cities Initiative
Work: Executive Director, Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative - 2003-2013 U.S. EPA, Region V, Chicago - 1973-2003
Education: BA, Dartmouth College, 1970 JD, U of Wisconsin Law School, 1973
Other Publications: NA
Past Assignments: Many
Univ of Toronto - Mowat Ctr.
Partner in charge of Urban Design & Planning, Skidmore Owings Merrill, LLP