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Blueprint Alberta: H20
BLUEPRINT ALBERTA: H20

 

 

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The Expert's Opinion

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Balance is achievable
David Pryce, Vice President, Western Canada Operations, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers

 

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Why should Albertan's care?
Camille Dow Baker, President & CEO of the Centre for Affordable Water & Sanitation Technology (CAWST)

 

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Multi-million dollar farming industry not possible without water
Robert D. Tarleck, Mayor, City of Lethbridge

 

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It's not just clean air we need, Minister Ambrose
Oliver M Brandes, leader of the Water Sustainability Project at the POLIS Project on Ecological Governance

 

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Why I care about water, especially groundwater
Dr. Mary Griffiths, Senior Policy Analyst, The Pembina Institute

 

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Economic drought- a real possibility

C. Lacombe, Editor of Irrigating Alberta

 

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Everyone needs to be involved in preserving the quality of our water

Mark Bennett, Bow River Basin Council

 

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Connected by water, separated by distance

Chris Godwaldt, Alberta WaterSMART

 

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Our past conflicts have set the bar higher

Kerry Brewin, Senior Biologist with Dillon Consulting Limited

 

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Why I care about water

Maureen Bell, Water Conservation Trust of Canada

 

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Committing to the principles of water conservation

Kent Robinson, Acting CAO MD of Rocky View

 
Your View

I agree with former premier Peter Lougheed that water is more important than oil. With agriculture using 70% of the surface water, we need to develop a policy that will decrease this usage over a reasonable period of time.

Ron Esch, Calgary

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Podcasts

The Best of Blueprint Alberta: H20 - Episode 1

The Best of Blueprint Alberta: H20 - Episode 2

The Best of Blueprint Alberta: H20 - Episode 3

 
 

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