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Water Sustainability

This page was last reviewed on September 14, 2016.

Convening for Action on Vancouver Island (CAVI)

The Village is a member of the Comox Valley Waterwise regional team working on watershed protection in the Comox Valley through the CAVI pilot program. CAVI stands for Convening for Action on Vancouver Island that operates under the umbrella of the Water Sustainability Action Plan for British Columbia.

CAVI represents a growing network that includes the BC Water and Wastewater Association, the Real Estate Foundation of BC, the BC Ministries of Environment and Community Development, the Green Infrastructure Partnership.

CAVI emphasized water-centric planning and a design-with-nature approach to water sustainability on Vancouver Island. The group provides leadership on water sustainability, education and integration across groups and sectors.

Effective 2017 this group is being phased out, and the water balance model and the water wise website will continue under the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) liquid waste management planning function.

A Guide to Waterwise Land Development in the Comox Valley.

Partnership of Water Sustainability in BC

View guidance documents and resources from the Partnership of Water Sustainability in BC at waterbucket.ca.

Green Communities Canada

The Rain Community Solutions website helps communities manage rain where it falls to save money, reduce flood risk, and protect our water.

Soak it Up! Toolkit identifies tools for integrating green stormwater infrastructure across the urban landscape. Each section contains an overview, examples from real-world experience, and insights from practitioners about what works best–and what doesn’t.

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