Water Governance

0
Follow the water: Significant concerns in Nova Scotia over infrastructure and sea level rise

Follow the water: Significant concerns in Nova Scotia over infrastructure and sea level rise

ACT Water author Bob Sandford’s most recent stops on the FLOW cross-Canada tour were in Halifax and Sydney, Nova Scotia, where he heard about concerns from multiple groups including First Nations about the future of their province in terms of water and climate change – a very similar response to that Bob heard in Saskatchewan. […]

0
National Discussion Series: SECURING OUR WATER FUTURE in Vancouver

National Discussion Series: SECURING OUR WATER FUTURE in Vancouver

Tuesday, November 8, 2011 2 – 5 pm Segal Centre (Room 1400), SFU Vancouver, 515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver BC Entrance is free of charge; please register online Coffee will be served Join us for a thought provoking discussion on water management lessons drawn from leading Canadian and international examples Water is integral to our […]

0
ACT author’s national tour on Canadian water governance off to a strong start

ACT author’s national tour on Canadian water governance off to a strong start

The author of ACT’s new Climate Change Adaptation and Water Governance report, Bob Sandford, is travelling across Canada this Fall, talking to Canadians about water governance and what needs to be done in Canada to preserve and protect our most precious resource. Bob’s first two stops on his cross-Canada tour took place in Regina and […]

3
ACT Releases ‘Climate Change Adaptation and Water Governance’ report

ACT Releases ‘Climate Change Adaptation and Water Governance’ report

Climate Change Threatens Canada’s Water: Report OCT 4, 2011     Coordinated national and regional water conservation guidelines are required to address the detrimental impact climate change is having on Canada’s water system, according to Simon Fraser University’s Adaptation to Climate Change Team (ACT). “The days when Canadians take an endless abundance of fresh water for granted […]

0
Report flags Canada’s water system as climate change casualty

Report flags Canada’s water system as climate change casualty

Media Advisory October 3, 2011 Simon Fraser University Public Affairs and Media Relations (PAMR) 778.782.3210   www.sfu.ca/pamr/ Contact: Martin Livingston, BreakThrough Communications Inc., 604.657.8234, m.livingston@breatkthroughpr.com Yvonne Chiang, BreakThrough Communications Inc., 604.880.5090, y.chiang@breakthroughpr.com Carol Thorbes, PAMR, 778.782.3035, cthorbes@sfu.ca Report flags Canada’s water system as climate change casualty A new report co-authored by a member of Simon Fraser […]

0
Multidisciplinary team led by Indiana University professor Elinor Ostrom to conduct research on impacts of climate change on water

Multidisciplinary team led by Indiana University professor Elinor Ostrom to conduct research on impacts of climate change on water

Elinor Ostrom, Distinguished Professor of political science at Indiana University (IU) Bloomington and the 2009 Nobel Prize Laureate in economic sciences, is the principal investigator in a three-year project to study the impact of climate change on water resources and the ability of governance systems to adapt to the resulting challenges. “Much of the world’s […]

0
Rising Ocean Temps Raise Health Questions

Rising Ocean Temps Raise Health Questions

Project CLAMER, a collaboration of 17 European marine institutes, has released a 200-page paper that says the rising temperature of ocean water is causing a proliferation of the Vibrio genus of bacteria, which can cause food poisoning, serious gastroenteritis, septicemia and cholera, and which may cost millions of euros (dollars) in health care. The paper, […]

0
Climate Change Adaptation and Water 2011-12 Webinar Series

Climate Change Adaptation and Water 2011-12 Webinar Series

Natural Resources Canada’s Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division is pleased to announce a series of water-themed webinars based on projects from the Regional Adaptation Collaborative (RAC) Program. Beginning this fall, presenters will share leading practices, innovations and lessons learned based on RAC projects underway that are informing adaptation decisions related to water planning and […]

Page 29 of 34« First...1020...2728293031...Last »