Water Balance Model powered by QUALHYMO: A Team Effort

Developed as an extension of Stormwater Planning: A Guidebook for British Columbia, this web-based tool is the shared legacy of a team of senior practitioners. The tool is the outcome of a building block process that has depended on the commitment of a number of organizations, and especially the efforts of the champions within those organizations, to produce a series of deliverables that successively advanced the practice of rainwater management within British Columbia.

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Rainwater Management in the 21st Century: Overcoming Fear and Doubt

“During the 2000-2001 period we had to overcome fear and doubt in order to move ahead with projects such as the East Clayton Sustainable Community in Surrey, and UniverCity on Burnaby Mountain. It was David Reid who coined the overcoming fear and doubt mantra; it stuck and became an integral part of the UniverCity story,” Kim Stephens told a 2007 conference..

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