From Stream to Steam: Emerging Challenges for BC's Interlinked Water and Energy Resources

Description:From Stream to Steam: Emerging Challenges for BC's Interlinked Water and Energy Resources November 2012 British Columbia's water and water-derived energy resources are vital assets that show signs of being under increased stress across the province—the result of mounting pressures such as population growth, climate change, and water-intensive industrial activities. This report examines the importance of policy coherence and improved governance around the management of these interlinked resources. It was co-published by the POLIS Project on Ecological Governance and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. It is the first report in a two-part series addressing the water-energy nexus in British Columbia. Author(s): Ben Parfitt with Jesse Baltutis & Oliver M. Brandes application/pdf iconFrom Stream to Steam Report

Authors: Parfitt, Ben; Baltitus, Jesse; Brandes, Oliver M.

Subjects: Energy and Climate Change, Asset Management, Environment and Conservation, Watersheds, Source Water

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Citation:Anon. n.d. “From Stream to Steam: Emerging Challenges for BC’s Interlinked Water and Energy Resources | Water Sustainability Project.” Retrieved December 14, 2012 (http://poliswaterproject.org/publication/503).

Publication Date:Dec 14th, 2012 Upload Date:Dec 14th, 2012

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