Green Infrastructure Partnership develops primers to provide municipal staff and designers with a starting point for law, policy and technical decisions
“An absorbent topsoil layer has emerged as a fundamental building block for achieving water sustainability outcomes through implementation of… &read more&
Four largest cities in Alberta and BC are WBM Partners: Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Surrey
In 2008, the British Columbia Inter-Governmental Partnership (BCIGP) and Alberta Low Impact Development Partnership (ALIDP) formalized an Inter-Provincial Partnership to advance green infrastructure practices that… &read more&
Shared responsibility underpins a regional team approach to implementing Living Water Smart
Living Water Smart, BC’s Water Plan sets the direction for changes to use of water and development of land in British Columbia. One-third of the 45 actions… &read more&
The 2010 Land Awards Gala provided a platform for announcing formation of the Partnership as a not-for-profit society. "The Partnership will continue to evolve and deliver program elements developed under the umbrella of the Water Sustainability Action Plan for British Columbia," stated Tim Pringle.
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A scenario comparison tool to assess green infrastructure effectiveness, achieve a lighter 'water footprint' and protect stream health. Learn More
The Water Conservation Calculator illustrates how specific water conservation measures can yield both fiscal and physical water savings for communities. Learn More
This Landscape Irrigation Scheduling Calculator uses real-time daily evapotranspiration (ET) rates determined from climate stations located within British Columbia. Learn More
This Agricultural Irrigation Scheduling Calculator uses real-time daily evapotranspiration (ET) rates determined from climate stations located within British Columbia. Learn More
The BC Agriculture Water Calculator enables water licensing for all irrigation purposes, whether agricultural or landscape. All non-domestic users of groundwater in BC are required to obtain a licence. Learn More