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. Connecting the Dots: Regional Green Infrastructure Network Resource Guide
    Provided by: Metro Vancouver
    Year Published: 2015
  2. Financial Mechanisms and Models for Collaborative Watershed Governance in BC
    Provided by: Fraser Basin Council
    Year Published: 2015
  3. Green Legacies: A Donor’s Guide for BC
    Provided by: Land Trust Alliance of BC
    Year Published: 2015
  4. Green Shores for Homes: Credits and Ratings Guide
    Provided by: Stewardship Centre for BC
    Year Published: 2015
  5. Guide for Bylaw Development in Farming Areas
    Provided by: Government of BC
    Year Published: 2015
  6. Guide to Edge Planning: Promoting Compatibility Along Agricultural – Urban Edges
    Provided by: Government of BC
    Year Published: 2015
  7. Official Community Plan Policies Supporting Climate Resilience
    Provided by: Columbia Basin Trust
    Year Published: 2015
  8. Towards an Eco-Asset Strategy in the Town of Gibsons
    Provided by: Town of Gibsons
    Year Published: 2015
  9. Underground Stormwater Infiltration Model Bylaw
    Provided by: Okanagan Basin Water Board
    Year Published: 2015
  10. A Blueprint for Watershed Governance in British Columbia
    Provided by: Polis Project
    Year Published: 2014
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