Planning Guides

The resources in this database provide legal mechanisms, innovative policies, and best practices that planners can use to help their communities adapt to climate change, protect green infrastructure, and carry out sustainable land and water use practices.

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  1. Local Conservation Funds in British Columbia: A Guide for Local Governments and Community Organizations
    Provided by: South Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Program
    Year Published: 2017
  2. Preventing Disaster Before it Strikes: Developing a Canadian Standard for New Flood-Resilient Residential Communities
    Provided by: Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation
    Year Published: 2017
  3. Soak It Up! Toolkit: 16 actions your municipality can take to reduce runoff and runoff pollution
    Provided by: Green Communities Canada
    Year Published: 2017
  4. Water Sustainability and the City: Leveraging B.C.’s Water Sustainability Act in Support of Urban Watershed Management
    Provided by: Canadian Freshwater Alliance
    Year Published: 2017
  5. Beyond the Guidebook Primer Series
    Provided by: The Partnership for Water Sustainability in BC
    Year Published: 2016
  6. Connecting the Dots: A Guide to Using Ecological Connectivity Modeling in Municipal Planning
    Provided by: Miistakis Institute
    Year Published: 2016
  7. Dealing With Drought: A Handbook for Water Suppliers in British Columbia
    Provided by: Government of BC
    Year Published: 2016
  8. Green Bylaws Toolkit
    Provided by: Deborah Curran and Company
    Year Published: 2016
  9. Green Shores for Coastal Development – Credits and Ratings Guide for Waterfront Properties
    Provided by: Stewardship Centre for BC
    Year Published: 2016
  10. Green Shores Policy and Regulatory Tools for Local Government Report
    Provided by: Stewardship Centre for BC
    Year Published: 2016
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