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.
Powerful software, plus demographic data, are some of the many resources utilities are discovering as they adapt to the new paradigm of demand forecasting.
Customized Water Smart Action Plans were drafted, thoroughly reviewed, and revised by each community to produce a final 'living document'.
Ontario's Bill 72 has a strong potential to set a new standard for water conservation policy across Canada.
Watermark – Fall 2010 cover
One plus one always equals two, some water conservation products have better payback than others, and low flow showerheads always work better when they are actually in the shower.
Melbourne’s “Target 155” program aims to reduce water use to 155 litres per person per day, says visiting Australian task force leader
Much of the South East Coast of Australia has experienced sustained periods of extremely low rainfall over the past 10 to 15 years. Melbourne, which is home to over 4 million people, has been severely impacted.
POLIS – Liz Hendriks (120p)
The objective of the Living Water Webinar Series is to create a continued dialogue to strategically address evolving concepts that will allow Canadians to sustainably manage water resources into the 21st Century.
The most successful promotions – all of which are nothing more than gimmicks – tend to have some form of visual appeal.
Susanne Porter-Bopp (140p) – POLIS Project
A commitment to “preserve water for the next generation” means that all new demands for water will be met through conservation and efficiency rather than expanding supply.