Water Sustainability Act would help lighten British Columbia's 'Water Footprint'
The Ministry of Environment has released its Policy Proposal on British Columbia’s new Water Sustainability Act and has initiated a second round of public engagement. The Policy Proposal summarizes the overall framework of a modernized Water Act.
“The proposed Water Sustainability Act recognizes the relationship between land and water. This represents a quantum leap forward in moving BC along a pathway that leads to integration of land and water management practices,” observes Tim Pringle, President of the Partnership for Water Sustainability in British Columbia.
“The Water Sustainability Act is a valuable legislative tool. We believe it will help communities lighten BC’s water footprint and transition the province to a ‘design with nature’ way of developing land and managing water.”
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News Release #2011-02
January 18, 2011