DOWNLOAD: Stormwater Planning: A Guidebook for British Columbia

Featured

"Released in 2002, the Guidebook provides a framework for effective rainwater management throughout the province. This tool for local governments presents a methodology for moving from planning to action that focuses on implementing early action where it is most needed," states Laura Maclean. "The Guidebook approach contrasts with conventional 'flows-and-pipes' stormwater management."

Rainwater Management: An Introduction to the Guidebook for British Columbia

"We are using the slogan The New Business As Usual to convey the message that, for change to really occur, practices that until now have been viewed as the exception must become the norm moving forward. We have to build regulatory models and develop models of practice and expertise,” stated Dale Wall, Deputy Minister

Watershed / Landscape-based Approach to Community Planning

Published in March 2002 by the Greater Vancouver Regional District, the "Watershed / Landscape-Based Approach to Community Planning" was developed by an interdisciplinary working group. "At the heart of the approach is an adaptable 10-step methodology that facilitates planning with reference to watershed-based features," reports Erik Karlsen, a primary author of the document.