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A soft path for water case study

2007

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This includes a discussion of the Basin’s geography and hydrology, water and the local economy, climate change impacts and some aspects of the regional institutional framework for water management. [...] This discussion is not exhaustive; it merely provides a general idea of the character of the place and points to some emerging issues and challenges in the water context as background for the soft path scenarios and analysis. [...] The focus on the Okanagan led to the selection of the Town of Oliver as an applied urban sector case study for the national water soft path study. [...] APPLYING THE SOFT PATH APPROACH This section describes the application of the soft path methodology and planning in the Town of Oliver, BC. [...] In May 2001, the Province published a Code of Practice for the Use of Reclaimed Water (BCMELP 2001), which serves as a guide for using reclaimed water in BC, and is designed to support the regulatory requirements prescribed in the Municipal Sewage Regulation (Schaeffer et al., 2004).

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agriculture environment education politics wastewater conservation water water management natural resources rainwater harvesting resources hydrology irrigation productivity water conservation ecosystem nature conservation biology natural environment viniculture greywater reclaimed water okanagan grey water

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