The recommended approach is to “use the same water tomorrow we use today,” which accommodates all future population and economic growth to 2040, and beyond, using the same amount of water used in 2008.
Oliver Brandes (POLIS Project, University of Victoria):
The Northern Voices, Northern Waters Water Stewardship Strategy sets the stage for the next generation of Canadian water policy by incorporating ecological knowledge alongside the values and concerns of Aboriginal peoples, regional stakeholders, and governance bodies.
Program provide residents with the tools to reduce water and energy use, save on energy and water bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions generated through water heating.
Ted van der Gulik (BC Ministry of Agriculture):
Conference will bring together local government elected officials and staff from throughout the Columbia Basin to learn from leading practitioners.
The CWSA Board has undergone many changes over the past months but out of it all there appears to be new energy to tackle the many issues all suppliers face.
Powerful software, plus demographic data, are some of the many resources utilities are discovering as they adapt to the new paradigm of demand forecasting.