On November 6, 2019 join the conversation about how climate change will impact communities. The Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA) is hosting a full day workshop that will be focused on how professionals have accounted climate change as part of their design. The workshop will be followed by an informal networking event hosted by the Students and Young Professional Group.

The event is hosted at the Mountain Room at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC. Lunch + Refreshments/Snacks will be provided at the workshop.

Keynote speakers include Mike Sullivan from the BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, and Tina Neale from the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development. This is in addition to professional experts in Climate Change.

ABOUT CWRA: The Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA) is a national registered charity comprised of members from the public, private and academic sectors who are committed to promoting responsible, innovative and effective water resources management.

Formed in 1947 as the Western Canada Reclamation Association, CWRA is the only national organization addressing all water resources issues across all regions of Canada. We offer a range of services and programs focused on professional development, providing expertise and advice, education, and collaboration.

To learn more about this event and register, please click here.