Date: March 24th, 2021
Bringing a pan-Canadian perspective, a panel of authors and practitioners explore what water resilience means from both theoretical and practical perspectives, and offer solutions for moving towards a sustainable future for water, the planet, and humanity.
Featuring book editors:
Julia Baird (Canada Research Chair in Human Dimensions of Water Resources and Water Resilience, Brock University, Environmental Sustainability Research Centre)
Ryan Plummer (Director & Professor, Brock University, Environmental Sustainability Research Centre)
Tim Kulchyski (Natural Resource Consultant, Cowichan Tribes; Member, Cowichan Watershed Board)
Simon Mitchell (Vice President, Resilient Habitats, WWF-Canada)
This webinar was hosted by
With support from
The Creating a Blue Dialogue webinar series brings together expert water practitioners and thinkers, as well as emerging water leaders, to engage with innovative ideas on water policy and governance in Canada. By creating an online community of interest, the series strengthens the national capacity to engage with and solve problems, and raises awareness about emerging Canadian water issues, best practices, and policies. The series began in 2010 and is hosted by the POLIS Water Sustainability Project at the Centre for Global Studies, University of Victoria.