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. Rainwater Harvesting Best Practices Guidebook
    Provided by: Regional District of Nanaimo
    Year Published: 2012
  2. Topsoil Bylaws Toolkit
    Provided by: Okanagan Basin Water Board
    Year Published: 2012
  3. Climate Change Adaptation for Local Government: A Resource Guide
    Provided by: Pacific Institute for Climate Change
    Year Published: 2011
  4. Development Permit Areas for Climate Action: A Guide for Energy Conservation, Water Conservation and GHG Emissions Reductions
    Provided by: Government of BC
    Year Published: 2011
  5. Peeling Back the Pavement: A Blueprint for Reinventing Rainwater Management in Canada’s Communities
    Provided by: Polis Project
    Year Published: 2011
  6. Rethinking Our Water Ways: A Guide to Water and Watershed Planning For BC Communities In the Face of Climatic Change and Other Challenges
    Provided by: Fraser Basin Council
    Year Published: 2011
  7. Slow It! Spread It! Sink It! An Okanagan Homeowner’s Guide to Using Rain as a Resource
    Provided by: Okanagan Basin Water Board
    Year Published: 2011
  8. The Value of Green Infrastructure: A Guide to Recognizing it Economic, Environmental and Social Benefits
    Provided by: Centre for Neighborhood Technology
    Year Published: 2011
  9. Adapting to Climate Change: An Introduction for Canadian Municipalities
    Provided by: Government of Canada
    Year Published: 2010
  10. Changing Climate, Changing Communities: Guide and Workbook for Municipal Climate Action
    Provided by: ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability
    Year Published: 2010
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