Bob Sandford (120p)
We are vulnerable to our own institutional approaches to managing infrastructure. There is typically no incentive for municipalities and regions to operate and maintain water infrastructure efficiently.
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BCWWA has recently decided to become more proactive in the area of advocacy. BCWWA’s positions on issues will reflect the collective wisdom and knowledge of its members.
Watermark – Winter 2009 – cover (360p)
Denver Water knows what it takes to get its message across in today’s media saturated world. Its ‘Use Only What You Need’ campaign is sheer brilliance.
Edited by David Brooks, Oliver Brandes and Stephen Gurman, this is the first book anywhere in the world to comprehensively present and apply the water soft path approach. It demonstrates that soft path analysis is both analytical and practical.
Colwyn Sunderland – BCWWA President 2009-2010
The BCWWA gains great strength from opportunities to get together and share knowledge across occupational lines. The result of frequent and meaningful opportunities to share such knowledge is a strong community of practice.
With a structured communications plan, the industry and the public at large can learn of BCWWA achievements. Success is very dependent on the input received from BCWWA members.
Donna Caddie (BC Ministry of Environment):
Understand how better urban, landscape and watershed planning can lead to water conservation and what tools are available to assist in this process
Unless there has been a major outbreak of waterborne illness in their community, it is unlikely that members of the general public have given much thought to the ‘value of water.’