Sustainable Watershed Systems
“A new way of thinking about municipal infrastructure has the attention of the local government world. Simply put, natural watershed systems are infrastructure assets – we must manage and protect them as such,” wrote Kim Stephens in the opening paragraph of the first of two companion articles published in the Winter 2017 issue of the Asset Management BC Newsletter.
Kim Stephens is the Executive Director, Partnership for Water Sustainability in BC.
“Starting in November 2015, we have introduced the Asset Management Continuum to an array of audiences in a variety of forums and media.”
“So, what were the defining moments in 2016? In August, my keynote address at a national conference in Australia provided a platform to reflect on ‘parallel journeys’. In October, publication of an op-ed in the Vancouver Sun demonstrated that our whole-system, water balance message is news worthy.”
To Learn More:
Download Vision for “Sustainable Watershed Systems” resonates with audiences in BC and beyond to read the complete article as published in the Winter 2017 issue of the Asset Management BC Newsletter.