WSP Media Highlights - 2006
The WSP's Oliver M. Brandes was quoted for this November article in Lower Island News. The article describes innovative, grass-roots projects to conserve water in Sun Valley (near Los Angeles) and Cenral Saanich.
The WSP's Michael M'Gonigle and Oliver M. Brandes were quoted in this October 23rd article published in Alberni Valley Times, and the WSP report Thinking Beyond Pipes and Pumps: Top 10 Ways Communities Can Save Water and Money is described.
The WSP's research associate Tony Maas was interviewed to discuss water infrastructure for this October 11th article published in Lethbridge Herald. The article features a discussion of the WSP report Thinking Beyond Pipes and Pumps: Top 10 Ways Communities Can Save Water.
This op-ed by WSP Lead Oliver M. Brandes was published in October in the Calgary Herald, Lethbridge Herald, Stratford Beacon-Herald, Victoria Times Colonist, the Windsor Star and CBC News.
The WSP's Oliver M. Brandes authored this feature article in Canadian Environmental Protection magazine for their October 2006 issue. It describes future water scarcity challenges for Canadian communities, in relation to WSP urban water management research.
For this July 5th article published in Victoria News, the WSP's Oliver M. Brandes was interviewed to discuss specific water conservation and efficiency improvements needed at the regional and national level in Canada, to reduce our vast over-consumption of the resource.
This article published in the May 2006 issue of Horizons was co-authored by the WSP's Oliver M. Brandes and David B. Brooks. It compares the spectrum of water management approaches, and highlights soft path management as a fresh approach to water management and sustainability.
The WSP team contributed research and writing to this April 2006 issue article on demand-based water management for Foundation Research Bulletin, a Smarth Growth on the Ground (SGOG) publication.
The WSP's Oliver M. Brandes and Ellen Reynolds co-authored this article for the Winter 2006 issue of Dialogues, a Canada West Foundation publication. The article draws attention to Canada's outdated federal water policy, and encourages the government to adopt long-term water sustainability management.