**This event has been postponed to October 2020 due to COVID-19**

British Columbia’s Municipal Natural Assets Initiative (MNAI) and Ecological Accounting Process (EAP) are encouraging local action on nature based solutions.

Rather than continuing to attempt to do more with less, local governments have an opportunity to do things differently––and achieve better results––by including natural assets in asset management processes. Learn more about British Columbia’s MNAI and EAP at the 3rd Annual  Symposium on Water Stewardship in a Changing Climate, from April 22nd-24th in Courtenay, BC. The symposium is part of an ongoing series that highlights the power of collaboration between elected leaders, ENGO’s and industry professionals.

Emanuel Machado, MNAI Chair, and Tim Pringle, EAP Chair, will discuss what it means to transform how local governments view ecological systems and the services they provide.

Register here.