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Blueprint Alberta: H20
BLUEPRINT ALBERTA: H20

 

 

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Resources & Tips

American Water Works Association - Drip Calculator

Alberta's Water for Life strategy

United Nations Water for Life Decade

Energy Solutions Alberta


Atlas of Alberta Lakes

Water conservation tips from the Alberta Environment

Alberta Agriculture's Irrigation in Alberta


Organizations

 

Red Deer River Naturalists

Pacific Institute

Water Education Foundation

Global Water & Energy Strategy Team

Polaris Institute

Pembina Institute

Alberta Ingenuity Centre for Water Research

Oldman Watershed Council

Water Resources Institute

Canadian Water Resources Association

Alberta Lake Managment Society

Alberta Riparian Habitat Managment Society

North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance

River Watch

National Water Research Institute

Water Sustainability Project, POLIS Project on Ecological Governance

Clean Calgary Association

Safe Drinking Water Foundation

Bow River Keeper

Alberta Irrigation Projects Association

St Mary Irrigation District

Bow River Basin Council

Center for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology

Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers

Alberta Ecotrust

Western Irrigation District

Alberta WaterSmart

 
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

 
 

In southern Alberta, average consumption in rural villages can be as low as 350 litres per person per day, while the average urban usage is 450 litres per person per day.

         
 
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