January 23-24, 2017
Moving beyond the debate into the practicality of managing resources in a changing climate
With climate change increasing the frequency and severity of weather events, integration of a broad range of adaptation measures have become key to ensuring the resiliency of BC’s water and wastewater infrastructure and services. Join the BC Water and Waste Association for a two-day conference on the “ins and outs” of climate change and adaptation strategies to mitigate its impact in the delivery of safe drinking water and wastewater services, including watershed management and wastewater reuse.
Who should attend
This conference will appeal to municipal managers, planners, engineers, consultants and others with a vested interest in mitigation tools and practices in strategic and regional climate change planning for BC’s water and wastewater infrastructure and services.
SFU Harbour Centre - Segal Room (1400)
515 West Hastings Street
Member: $449.00 + GST
Non-member: $559.00 + GST
Day 1 sponsored by: Day 2 sponsored by:
Schedule of Events (Schedule is subject to change)
Guest Speakers and Presentations