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Addressing Nature's Water Needs: The Science, Policy, and Politics of Environmental Flows

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Published on Mar 2, 2012

The term "environmental flows" refers to the quantity, timing, and quality of water required to sustain freshwater ecosystems and the livelihood and well-being of the people dependent on them. In this webinar, the speakers provide an introduction to the scientific principles of environmental flows and then discuss the policy frameworks and decision-making processes that govern the protection and restoration of environmental flows in Canada. Recorded February 2011 as part of POLIS' Creating a Blue Dialogue webinar series.
SPEAKERS:
Mathieu Lebel, Freshwater Management Specialist, World Wildlife Fund-Canada
Tony Maas, Freshwater Director, World Wildlife Fund-Canada

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