Beyond the Guidebook 2015: Time-Line looks at Metro Vancouver milestones through the "convening for action" lens

BYGB2015_Time-Line & Milestones

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Convening for Action in the
Metro Vancouver Region

During the period 2003 through 2010, the Green Infrastructure Partnership (GIP) played a prominent role in leading change and assisting with implementation of the Water Sustainability Action Plan, primarily in the Metro Vancouver region, and also on Vancouver Island.

Paul Ham_2008_120p“Green infrastructure practices have moved from pilot project to neighbourhood and watershed scale approaches. I believe that, in some substantive way, our GIP efforts a decade ago advanced the cause of sustainable development and moved the state of-the-art of green infrastructure to a more mainstream level,” concludes Paul Ham, Past-Chair (2005-2008) of the Green Infrastructure Partnership. At the time he was General Manager of Engineering with the City of Surrey.

To Download the Time-Line:

CLICK HERE to download a pdf copy of Figure 49 from Beyond the Guidebook 2015. This is complete with a colour-coding legend.

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