“The key is to focus on what you want to do. Because many factors are in play, the objective is to build in resiliency to address risk. We have to know where we want to go. Then we can figure out the steps to get there. To adapt water supply systems, the question boils down to: how much water do we need, and how can we make efficient use of what is available?,” says Kim Stephens.
“We made a commitment to have a vision for clean energy and to put into play policies that would move us forward in that direction. This report by the Canada West Foundation reinforces what we’ve been saying and doing for some time now,” says Richard Neufeld.
The Metro Vancoouver LWMP Reference Panel is a community advisory group that brings expert knowledge and relevant experience in liquid waste/resource and rainwater management. The Reference Panel has a blend of technical, legal, scientific, academic, business, industry and community perspectives and values. “The Reference Panel will provide input on the discussion documents and on the subsequent Draft Plans,” stated Board Chair Lois Jackson.