Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Tag: LID

UBC Study Compares LID Implementation Across Canada

In a recent study, researchers at UBC Okanagan’s Life Cycle Management Laboratory compared how different jurisdictions are handling LID implementation. The researchers found that...

Saint John Bolsters Stormwater Management, Plants Trees & Shrubs

Three neighbourhoods in Saint John, New Brunswick will increase their numbers of trees and shrubs to help manage stormwater. Saint John and the non-profit,...

Canada Green Building Council Appoints A New Chief Commercial Officer

The Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) has announced that Brent Gilmour has accepted a new role of chief commercial officer (CCO). As part of...

Federal Support for Green Infrastructure & Other Water Projects

The Government of Canada and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) have announced 67 initiatives across Canada that will receive funding to support work...

Economic Discussion Paper Addresses Financial Incentives for LID

Ontario’s Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) has developed an economic discussion paper entitled, Economic Instruments to Motivate Stormwater Management on Private Lands, which grew out...

National Bioretention Standards Under Review

Bioretention is the process in which contaminants and sedimentation are removed from stormwater runoff using grass buffer strips, sand beds, ponding areas, organic layers,...

NWT to Receive $200M Over Ten Years for Green Infrastructure

The governments of Canada and the Northwest Territories are forwarding infrastructure for Northern Canadian communities, with over $200 million for green infrastructure projects devoted to reducing greenhouse gases,...

Old Legislation Moves Ontario Stormwater Management Forward

In the summer of 2017, the Credit Valley Conservation Authority (CVC) held a workshop that sought to apply old piece of provincial legislation, the...

Stormwater Infrastructure Support for Atlantic Canada Village

Today the federal government and the government of New Brunswick announced support for water and solar projects in Atlantic Canada. Improved stormwater infrastructure in...

Feds Commit to Best In Class Stormwater Management for New Buildings

The Government of Canada has committed to leading by example on climate change and will actively pursue potable water use and stormwater management efficiencies in...

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