Additional ACT Publications

A Snapshot of Community Based Water Monitoring in Canada
Published with Living Lakes Canada, the Canadian Environmental Grantmakers’ Network, Acadia University, Simon Fraser University, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
February 2017
Authors: Tyler Carlson, SFU; Alice Cohen, Acadia University; Kat Hartwig, Living Lakes Canada

 

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Climate Risk: Getting to Action | Professionals’ Perspectives Institute on Climate Change Challenges
Published with the support of the Real Estate Foundation of BC and Pacific for Climate Solutions.
December 2016
Lead Editor: Halena Seiferling, senior ACT researcher

 

Crescent Beach Community Meeting Series: Summary Report on Coastal Flooding and Climate Change
Project with Ideaspace, West Coast Environmental Law, and the City of Surrey
November 2016
Authors: Halena Seiferling, Deborah Harford, Diana Bulley, Deborah Carlson

 

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Vulnerability, Resilience, and Adaptation Concepts and Practice
Published with the support of the International Development Research Centre through the International Research Initiative on Adaptation to Climate Change (IRIACC) program.
October 2016
Authors: Diana Bulley, Deborah Harford, Erin Joakim, Linda Mortsch, Greg Oulahen

 

LowLCR Carbon Resilience: Transformative Climate Change Planning for Canada
Published with the support of the Real Estate Foundation of BC.
June 2016
Lead Author: Edward Nichol, M.E.S (Pl); Co-author: Deborah Harford, Executive Director, ACT

 

Valuing Ecosystem Services in the Columbia River Treaty
Masters of Public Policy Thesis, Simon Fraser University
April 2016
Author: Anthony Cotter, MPP, M.Sc.

 

 

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The Climate Nexus: Water, Food, Energy, and Biodiversity in a Changing World
Published by Rocky Mountain Books.
November 2015
Co-authors:  Jon O’Riordan, senior ACT policy adviser and Biodiversity report author; Bob Sandford, ACT water policy adviser and author.

 

The Columbia River Treaty, Past Present and Future: Proceedings and Outcomes
Published with the Canadian Water Resources Association
October 2015

 

 

 

Valuing Ecosystem Goods and Services in the Columbia River Basin

Valuing Ecosystem Goods and Services in the Columbia River Basin.
Published with the support of the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions and the Real Estate Foundation of BC.
September 2015
Co-authors: Anthony Cotter, MPP Candidate; Sukhraj Sihota, MA

 

Paying for Urban Infrastructure Adaptation in Canada.
Published with the support of Natural Resources Canada under the program of the Economics Working Group of Canada’s Adaptation Platform, the Cowichan Valley Regional District, the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions and the Real Estate Foundation of BC.
June 2015
Co-authors: Julia Berry, MA; Lisa Danielson, MA

 

CRTThe Columbia River Treaty: A Primer.
Published by Rocky Mountain Books.
November 2014
Co-authors: Bob Sandford, ACT water policy adviser and author; Jon O’Riordan, senior ACT policy adviser and Biodiversity report author; and Deborah Harford, ACT Executive Director

 

A Border Runs Through It: Exploring Transboundary Institutional Support for Environmental Flows for Ecosystem Function in the Columbia River Basin
Masters of Public Policy Thesis, Simon Fraser University
March 2014
Author: Melissa Kruger, MPP

 

 

Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS) White Paper on Climate Change Adaptation Planning (PDF: Planning for BC)
November 2008

Climate Change Adaptation: Planning for BC
Author: Deborah Harford, Executive Director, ACT

 

Climate Change Adaptation: Linkages with Social Policy. A report by ACT for a Sustainable Development Project by the Policy Research Initiative. (link to Gov’t of Canada website)
September 2010

Authors: Deborah Harford, Executive Director, ACT, SFU; Dr. Nancy Olewiler, Director and Professor, Public Policy Program, SFU; Dr. John Richards, Professor, Public Policy Program, SFU
                            Research Assistants: Linsay Martens, MPP Candidate, SFU; Christine VanDerwill, MA

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