The WSP team welcomes requests from media on issues relating to its research themes, including water conservation, water sustainability, and watershed governance. To get in touch with WSP researchers and spokespeople, please contact Laura Brandes, Communications Director, at email@example.com or 250-721-8189.
To view the WSP’s archived media highlights—including newspaper articles, magazine articles, radio interviews, and TV spots—click on the links below.
The WSP's Rosie Simms co-authored an op-ed encouraging the Province to take a proactive approach to water management in light of the current drought situation, published on July 29 by The Province.
The WSP's Randy Christensen and Oliver M. Brandes co-authored an article exploring lessons for BC from California's recent groundwater reform, which appeared in the Summer 2015 issue of BC Water & Waste Association (BCWWA)'s quarterly Watermark magazine.
The WSP's Deborah Curran and Oliver M. Brandes co-authored an op-ed discussing B.C.'s proposed water rental rates and NAFTA concerns, published on July 20 by Vancouver Sun.
The WSP's Oliver M. Brandes and Deborah Curran are quoted in a Pique Magazine article overviewing water issues in B.C., published on July 19.
On July 19th, Randy Christensen (Research Associate, POLIS Project; lawyer, Ecojustice) discussed BC groundwater law reform and water restrictions on The Sean Leslie Show on CKNW.
The WSP's Savannah Carr-Wilson is quoted in a Vice News article critiquing B.C.'s proposed water pricing, published on July 17.
On July 16, The Globe and Mail published an interview with the Deborah Curran (POLIS Partner and Advisor) where she discusses B.C.'s proposed pricing of groundwater.
On July 9th, the WSP's Rosie Simms discussed what BC can learn from California's drought and recent groundwater law reform on The Sean Leslie Show on CKNW Radio.
On July 8th, CTV Vancouver Island interviewed WSP researcher Rosie Simms for a news segment on water restrictions in BC's Capital Regional District.