Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Tag: governance

Governing the blue economy

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Water governance, often confused with water management, is as tricky as water itself to nail down. Streams, rivers, and lakes flow across multiple jurisdictions,...

Legislative Gaps Leave Drinking Water Vulnerable to Impacts of Resource Extraction:...

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The Regional District of North Okanagan (RDNO) is calling on the Government of British Columbia to address the gaps in legislation that leave drinking...

New Study Examines Water Governance: Could Less Be More?

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Researchers from the Universities of Geneva (UNIGE) and Lausanne (UNIL) analysed water governance in six European countries from 1750 to 2006. The researchers found that...

Ontario Announces Members of Advisory Panel on Climate Change

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The advisory panel on climate change consists of experts on climate change resiliency who have experience in a variety of sectors, including the not-for-profit,...

Water Priorities for the Federal Election

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Record investments in water infrastructure across the country have put a dent in the needs for new and rehabilitated assets, but there is still...

New Guide Provides Insights into Watershed Governance in B.C.

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A new guide is now available for local groups, collaborative organizations, and Indigenous and Crown governments in British Columbia (B.C.) seeking to better understand...

International Joint Commission (IJC) Confirms New Commissioners

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The International Joint Commission (IJC) has announced that the appointment of Jane Corwin as the United States (U.S.) Section chair, and Robert Sisson and...

City of Guelph Welcomes Jennifer Rose as GM of Environmental Services

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The City of Guelph has welcomed Jennifer Rose as the new general manager of Environmental Services. Rose will oversee the Environmental Services department which includes...

Review Shows Rapid Urbanisation Increasing Pressure on Rural Water Supplies

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An international team of researchers has carried out the first systematic global review of water reallocation from rural to urban regions. They found that...

B.C. First Nations, Province Partner in Historic Revenue-Sharing Agreement

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As part of Budget 2019, First Nations in British Columbia will have a stable, long-term source of funding to invest in their communities’ priorities....

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