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Tony Maas, BSc, Master’s Candidate

Research Associate, Water Sustainability Project
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Tony Maas joined the POLIS Water Sustainability Project in March 2003. Since that time he has contributed to many of publications—as a researcher, editor and author. As author of What the Experts Think: Understanding Urban Water Demand Management in Canada, he surveyed over 20 water experts with the goal of developing a deep understanding of the major barriers to demand management in Canada. Tony holds a diploma in Environmental Technology from Fanshawe College in London, Ontario and a Bachelor of Environmental Science from Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC. Currently, Tony splits his time between his work with POLIS and his graduate studies in the School of Planning at the University of Waterloo where his research focuses on water governance. Tony spends his spare time canoeing, cycling and digging in the dirt at his local community garden.

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