The following articles and reports have been provided by speakers and breakout leaders as background to the information and examples that will be presented during the conference. These pre-reading resources are intended as a useful way to enrich participant learning and enable you to come prepared with specific questions and ideas. These resources will be circulated as a reading list to all forum speakers and participants closer to the event. If you wish to contribute references or resources to this list, please email Megan Spencer at [email protected].
Managing for Environmental Flows in BC: What’s Needed
Making the Federation Work for Water
Saunders, O. (2008, July). Managing Water in a Federal State: The Canadian Experience. Paper presented at the International Conference on Water Management in Federal and Federal-Type Countries, Zaragoza, Spain.
From pH to Plankton: Co-Monitoring for Better B.C. Water Knowledge
Canadian ICCAs & Biosphere Reserves: Indigenous Governance Applications for Watershed Governance Innovation
First Nations Integrated Watershed Planning
Understanding Applications of Indigenous Water Laws
Watersheds as ‘Eco-assets’: Achievements and Challenges in Making Watersheds More Resilient to a Changing Climate
Deep Uncertainty: Managing for Extremes in our Future Climate
*News outlets that provide an excellent resource for the “big-picture,” intended to help in the analysis of local climate issues.
Show Me the Money: Sustainable Funding for Watershed Governance