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2013

Reinventing Rainwater Management: Designing the Green City


“Problems are the legacy of our obsolete 19th century stormwater management system – a system that fails to respect natural systems and water cycles. However, rainwater management practices have recently been developed that make the 21st century Green City possible,” conclude Calvin Sandborn.

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Maintaining SuperNatural BC for Our Children: Selected Law Reform Proposals


“BC environmental laws are in urgent need of reform. The stakes are high. Yet current laws have not only failed to keep pace with our booming resource industries and population growth — our laws are actually weaker than they were a few years ago. The articles in this book aim to remedy this by recommending specific changes to BC environmental laws,” states Calvin Sandborn.

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The coolest green infrastructure you are likely to see


“Today, I came across maybe the best example I have seen. It is certainly the best I have seen integrated into a vertical wall; this is key in downtown districts, where green space on the ground can be hard to come by,” writes Kaid Benfield.

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