Year-end media interviews raise profile and awareness of Partnership for Water Sustainability

Note to Reader:

In December 2015, both of British Columbia’s major newspapers published front-page news stories that drew attention to the Partnership for Water Sustainability. In addition, both CBC Radio and CBC TV sought out the Partnership for a perspective on The Top Story of 2015, that is – the drought that started in Winter 2015 and continued through Summer 2015.

Dan Burritt of CBC News interviews Kim Stephens, Partnership for Water Sustainability in BC (Click on image or follow this link: http://waterbucket.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/2015-12-23-KimStephensCBCnosubtitles.mp4)

Dan Burritt of CBC News interviews Kim Stephens, Partnership for Water Sustainability in BC (Click on image or follow this link: http://waterbucket.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/2015-12-23-KimStephensCBCnosubtitles.mp4)

News coverage featuring the Partnership for Water Sustainability

On December 2, headline story in the Vancouver Sun:
At the 2015 Feast AND Famine Workshop: “Market gardens not the answer to B.C.’s food challenges,” said Ted van der Gulik, Partnership for Water Sustainability in BC

December 18, headline story in the Vancouver Province: 
Reflections on the 2015 Drought: “In engineering terms, in BC we have small margins of safety for water storage and therefore limited resiliency to adapt to a changing climate,” says the Partnership for Water Sustainability’s Kim Stephens

December 23 – feature story on “CBC News at 6″: 
CBC Poll: 2015 Drought is British Columbia’s “Top Story of the Year”

December 23 – interviews on CBC radio early morning “news talk” shows in four regions (Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island, Kamloops and Prince George): Drought is Top BC News Story of 2015: “The past 30 years has been a period of instability in terms of water supply,” stated Kim Stephens in a CBC radio year-end interview

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Stephen Quinn of CBC Radio interviews Kim Stephens, Partnership for Water Sustainability in BC, on "The Early Edition" show for December 23 (Click on image or follow this link: http://waterbucket.ca/atp/files/2015/12/Kim-Stephens.mp3)

Stephen Quinn of CBC Radio interviews Kim Stephens, Partnership for Water Sustainability in BC, on “The Early Edition” show for December 23 (Click on image or follow this link: http://waterbucket.ca/atp/files/2015/12/Kim-Stephens.mp3)

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