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Book explores water management and governance in Canada


March 16, 2021
By Ground Water Canada

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Victoria – A new book entitled Water Resilience: Management and Governance in Times of Change explores the practical implications of water resilience, presents insights into new water paradigms for future water resilience and looks at other aspects of water research.

The University of Victoria’s POLIS Water Sustainability Project and the Environmental Sustainability Resource Centre of Brock University will host a virtual book launch on March 24, 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Pacific Time.

Book editors Julia Baird, Canada Research Chair in human dimensions of water resources and water resilience at Brock University’s Environmental Sustainability Research Centre, and Ryan Plummer, director and professor at the centre, will discuss the process of compiling this international volume and describe key messages from the work.

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The book explores the practical implications of water resilience, presents insights into new water paradigms for future water resilience, highlights the implications of theory and experience for innovation in practice and policy, and offers insights on frontiers and future research of water resilience.

Of special interest to the groundwater industry, the book features a chapter dedicated to groundwater.

It is published by Springer.

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