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President’s Perspective

PRESIDENT’S PERSPECTIVE (2015): Flood and Drought. Feast and Famine. What Happened to the Balance?


“The Partnership will continue to implement the Water Sustainability Action Plan in 2016. Success can only be accomplished through the integration of efforts of practitioners including our many partners in the provincial government, local governments and non-profit societies. Our successes are only possible with your support and efforts,” stated Ted van der Gulik.

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PRESIDENT’S PERSPECTIVE (2014): How Managing Water Now…Will Shape the Future


“The Partnership will continue to implement the Water Sustainability Action Plan for British Columbia in 2015; and will look for new opportunities and activities that can help us celebrate our successes. Success can only be accomplished through the integration of efforts of practitioners, including our many partners in the provincial government, local governments and non-profit societies,” stated Ted van der Gulik.

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PRESIDENT’S PERSPECTIVE (2012): Mission Possible – Implementing a New Culture for Urban Watershed Protection and Restoration in British Columbia


“A decade ago, the Province of British Columbia made a conscious decision to follow an educational rather than prescriptive path to change practices for the use and conservation of land and water. Practical research and new tools are now enabling engineers, planners and other disciplines to do business differently,” states Tim Pringle.

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