CAVI publishes brochure titled ” Convening for Action on Vancouver Island: Leadership in water sustainability” to explain CAVI mission
Leadership in Water Sustainability
CAVI is the acronym for Convening for Action on Vancouver Island – Leadership in Water Sustainability.
CAVI is a regional pilot that is being implemented under the umbrella of the Water Sustainability Action Plan for British Columbia.
The CAVI vision is that by 2010, Vancouver Island will be well on its way to achieving water sustainabilty.
CAVI is an inclusive partnership, reaching out to audiences that share a vision of achieving water sustainability on Vancouver Island.
CAVI is a grassroots, collective partnership committed to achieving settlment in balance with ecology, beginning with water-centric planning.
To download a copy of the ‘CAVI brochure’, please click on this link to CAVI – Convening for Action on Vancouver Island: Leadership in Water Sustainability.
To learn more, click on CAVI explained.
Move from Awareness to Action
According to John Finnie, CAVI Chair from 2006 through 2011: “If we are to control our destiny and create our future, then we need to challenge our fellow Vancouver Islanders to visualize what they want Vancouver Island to look like in 50 years. We have identified two desired outcomes in Convening for Action. First, we wish to influence Vancouver Island local governments to adopt Design with Nature as the preferred process of approving land development applications. Secondly, we intend to facilitate the move from awareness to action in changing the way that land is developed and water is used on Vancouver Island.”
Posted November 2007