Ecowaters Project develops, promotes and demonstrates better wastewater management systems and practices, with an emphasis on source-separation and utilization approaches.
Efficient water use and conservation technologies are important components of CMHC's “Healthy Housing” commitment to environmental stewardship. On this site, you will find highlights of recent Canadian and international research and efforts in this field.
The Wild Salmon Spotlight provides information on salmon, their habitat and life cycle, conservation practices, community projects, and intersting links.
This interative website takes you on a tour of the house, identifying opportunities for water conservation.
Green Venture and the City of Hamilton have partnered in a new initiative called the Wise Water Use program. The goal of this program is to help residents use water wisely in order to preserve one of our most precious natural resources, water.
The GCA is a national network of community-based non-profit organizations that deliver innovative environmental programs and services, with a focus on household and community action. The GCA supports member organizations in working together to achieve environmental sustainability, including healthy ecosystems and communities, sustainable resource use, and clean air, water, and soil.
This site is to encourage the exchange of information in this rapidly growing field. It provides links to articles on indoor and outdoor water use, landscaping, public awareness and education, community activity, infrastructure, regulations, research and technology, and economics in Canada.
Welcome to Canadian Waters — the web site linking you to useful and interesting information about Canada’s oceans and fish habitat. Canadian Waters provides you with information about our activities and programs and shows you how you can get involved.
The Environment Agency has a duty to secure the proper use of water resources in England and Wales. We monitor water in the environment, and issue 'abstraction licences' to regulate who can take water from the environment. These specify the amount of water someone can take from a location over a period of time. We also have a long term strategy for Water Resources that looks 25 years ahead and considers the needs of both the environment and society.
This website provides information water resources in New Brunswick and how the government is striving to protect them.