BLUE ECOLOGY VIDEO 5: “Climate change is here. And it has happened quickly. More quickly than predicted. The real story is the accelerating rate of change, especially since extreme events are creating their own weather. In British Columbia, wildfires will shape our future,” stated Bob McDonald, national science commentator for CBC Television
NOTE TO READER:
In the Blue Ecology Workshop in November 2017, the CBC’s Bob McDonald (host, Quirks & Quarks) teamed with the Partnership for Water Sustainability’s Ted van der Gulik, Member of Parliament Fin Donnelly, tand Michael Blackstock (creator of the Blue Ecology paradigm) to share their unique and complementary perspectives on a water-first approach. The Fraser River was a centrepiece for the workshop program.
Kim Stephens, Executive Director of the Partnership for Water Sustainability, was the workshop faciliator/moderator.
TO LEARN MORE:
Download “Blue Ecology – interweaving First Nations cultural knowledge and Western science” for a program preview.
Visit “Climate change is no longer in the future. It is here. It is real. If we are to adapt, and be quick about it, we really must move beyond ‘shock and yawn’,” says Bob McDonald– author, science journalist, and the national science commentator for CBC Television and CBC News Network