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Research Area: Water Sustainability

2006

  • Brandes, O., and T. Maas, 2006. "What We Govern and What Governs Us: Developing Sustainability in Canadian Water Management." A working paper first presented at the Canadian Water Resources Association 59th Annual Conference in in Toronto, Ontario, June 4-7.

  • Brandes, O., and L. Kriwoken, 2006. "Changing Perspectives – Changing Paradigms: Taking the ‘Soft Path’ to Water Sustainability in the Okanagan Basin." Canadian Water Resources Journal 31(2): 75-90.

  • Brandes, O., D. Brooks and M. M’Gonigle, 2006. “Moving Water Conservation to Centre Stage.” Eau Canada: The Future of Canada’s Water, Vancouver: UBC Press.

  • Brandes, O., and D.B. Brooks, 2006. The Soft Path for Water: A Social Approach to the Physical Problem of Achieving Sustainable Water Management. HORIZONS 9(1): 71-74.

  • Brandes, O.M., and E. Reynolds, 2006. "Putting Water Security on the Agenda." Dialogues 2(1): 8.

2005

  • Brandes, O., and L. Kriwoken, 2005. "Changing Perspectives - Changing Paradigms: Demand Management Strategies and Innovative Solutions for a Sustainable Okanagan Water Future." Co-written and presented by Oliver M. Brandes and Lynn Kriwoken, BC Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection at the CWRA Conference: Water - Our Limiting Resource. Kelowna, BC, February 23-25.

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  • Brandes, O. M., K. Ferguson, M. M'Gonigle, and C. Sandborn, 2005. At a Watershed: Ecological Governance and Sustainable Water Management in Canada. Victoria: POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, University of Victoria, May.

  • Brandes, O.M., 2005. "At a Watershed: Ecological Governance and Sustainable Water Management in Canada." Journal of Environmental Law and Practive 16(1): 79-97.

2004

  • Brandes, O., and K. Ferguson, 2004. The Future in Every Drop: The Benefits, Barriers and Practice of Urban Water Demand Management in Canada. Victoria: POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, University of Victoria, May.
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  • Brandes, O., 2004. "Trickle-Up: Demand-Side Water Economics." Corporate Knights Magazine, October.

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