WSP Media Highlights - 2005

Investing in Sustainability for Canadian Watersheds—Article in Watershed Sentinel
November 2005
Watershed Sentinel

The WSP's Oliver M. Brandes and Ellen Reynolds co-authored this article on the importance of instilling a new Canadian "water ethic," published in the November/December 2005 issue of Watershed Sentinel.

Soft path planning needed to end myth of boundless water—Article in Environment Policy & Law
September 2005
Environment Policy & Law

The WSP's Oliver M. Brandes and David B. Brooks co-authored this summary for Environment Policy & Law of the soft path approach to water planning, highlighting how it could improve water sustainability in Canada.

CBC Radio Commentary
June 2005
CBC Radio One

Oliver M Brandes discusses the potential for a “blue revolution” in Canada, a transition from supply-side infrastructure to soft path planning.

Report on water puts nature's needs first—Article in The Ring
June 2005
The Ring

This June 2005 issue article published in The Ring provides a summary of the WSP report At a Watershed: Ecological Governance and Sustainable Water Management in Canada, and includes commentary on the report by the WSP's Oliver M. Brandes and Michael M'Gonigle.

POLIS Project report on water use puts nature's needs first—Article in Canada NewsWire
May 2005
Canada NewsWire

This May 5th article published in Canada NewsWire quotes the WSP's Oliver M. Brandes and notes the release of the WSP report At a Watershed: Ecological Governance and Sustainable Water Management in Canada.

Water Governance in Canada—Article in an Environmental Studies Association of Canada publication
May 2005
Rhizome (a publication of the Environmental Studies Association of Canada)

This article in the May 2005 issue of Rhizome (a newsletter published by the Environmental Studies Association of Canda) features an excerpt from the WSP's report At a Watershed: Ecological Governance and Sustainable Water Management in Canada.

Waterlution Survey: Urban Waters—Article in Corporate Knights
January 2005
Corporate Knights

The WSP's Tony Maas co-authored this article with Karen Kun, which appeared in Corporate Knights magazine's 2005 issue. For this article, Maas and Kun looked at 6 municipalities and 2 regions in Canada to find innovative approaches to water management and conservation.

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