Managing Climate Change Through Adaptive Governance

Description:Water use in British Columbia is changing. Ongoing resource development, population growth and urbanization, and continued agricultural withdrawals from surface and groundwater supplies will lead to further increases in demand for high quality water. Meanwhile, the risk of temporary and long-term water stress is increasing under climate change.

Authors: Conrad, Steve

Subjects: Environment and Conservation, Energy and Climate Change

Tags:Water,Environment and Conservation,groundwater,Energy and Climate Change ,watermark,climate change

Citation:Watermark Magazine, Summer 2011, BCWWA, Vol 20, No 2, Craig Kelman & Associates

Publication Date:Mar 10th, 2013 Upload Date:Mar 11th, 2013

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