WaterBucket: The Water Portal for British Columbia
Education can play an important role in facilitating change. Education increases our capacity to make informed decisions and to act effectively in addressing environmental and development issues. This education and knowledge needs to reflect priorities in water stewardship, with strong linkages between programs, collaborating provincial and federal agencies, citizens of all ages and local communities.
In this two-part presentation, Mike Tanner provided an overview of what the Water Bucket Website Partnership believes it can accomplish through this online medium. Lori Henderson then described how the Water Bucket is a prime example of using outreach to promote the move from awareness to action. To download a copy of their co-presentation, please click on this link to Water Bucket – The Water Portal for British Columbia .
This was one of five cascading presentations that comprised a half-day session on Convening for Action in Brtish Columbia. The session was co-organized by the BCWWA Water Sustainability Committee (WSC) and the Green Infrastructure Partnership (GIP). For a comprehensive story that provides a synopsis of each presentation, please click here.
Posted May 2007