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Research Area: Water Sustainability

2011

  • Maas, C., and S. Porter-Bopp, 2011. A Soft Path Stragegy for Fergus-Elora, Ontario. Victoria: POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, University of Victoria.

  • Forsyth, S., and D.B. Brooks, 2011. "Applying water soft path analysis in an agricultural region of Canada." Water International 36(7), 894–907.

  • Brooks, D.B., and O.M. Brandes, 2011. "Why a Water Soft Path, Why Now and What Then?" International Journal of Water Resources Development 27(2), 315–344.

  • Sheehan, L., 2011.  "Rights of the Waterway." Waterkeeper Magazine, Summer, 48-50.

2010

  • Brandes, O.M., S. Renzetti, and K. Stinchcombe, 2010. Worth Every Penny: A Primer on Conservation-Oriented Water Pricing. Victoria: POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, University of Victoria.

  • Maas, C., 2010. Ontario’s Water-Energy Nexus: Will We Find Ourselves in Hot Water… or Tap into Opportunity?—POLIS Research Report 10-01. Victoria: POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, University of Victoria.

  • Maas, C., S. Porter-Bopp, and Salt Spring Island Water Council, 2010. A Soft Path Strategy for Salt Spring Island, B.C.: A Soft Path for Water Case Study. Victoria: POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, University of Victoria.

2009

  • Brandes, O.M., L. Nowlan, and K. Paris, 2009. Going with the Flow? Evolving Water Allocations and the Potential and Limits of Water Markets in Canada. Conference Board of Canada: Canada.
    Full Report

  • Maas, C., 2009. Greenhouse Gas and Energy Co-Benefits of Water Conservation. Water Sustainability Project. University of Victoria.
    Full Report  ::  Summary Report

  • Brandes, O.M., D.B. Brooks, and S. Gurman (eds.), 2009. Making the Most of the Water We Have: The Soft Approach to Water Management. London: Earthscan Books.