ARTICLE: Communication and collaboration key on Vancouver Island
Creating Our Future: BCWWA’s Watermark Magazine publishes progess report in Summer 2009 issue
Addressing the question “What do we want Vancouver Island to look like in 50 years” calls for partnerships and multi-disciplinary involvement that draws a wide range of players to the common task of working towards a collective vision.
“What we want Vancouver Island to look like in 50 years will be a result of collaboration of local communities and regional districts reaching beyond their own jurisdictional boundaries and responsibilities to embrace the ‘bigger picture’ of designing human settlement in harmony with nature throughout Vancouver Island,” states Eric Bonham, Vancouver Island Liaison for the British Columbia Water & Waste Association (BCWWA).
The Summer 2009 issue of Watermark Magazine, published by BCWWA, provides a progress report on the Convening for Action on Vancouver Island program, with emphasis on 2008 successes.
To download a copy of the article by Eric Bonham, click on Communication and collaboration key on Vancouver Island.
Posted in December 2009