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3.4 References

1 Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (2010). First Nations Water Security and Climate Change: Workshop Report.

2 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. 2007. IPCC Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. www.ipcc.ch/publications_and_data/publications_and_data_reports.htm#1 [Accessed November, 2010].

3 Kharin, V. V., F. W. Zwiers, X. Zhang & G. C. Hegerl (2007) Changes in Temperature and Precipitation Extremes in the IPCC Ensemble of Global Coupled Model Simulations. Journal of Climate, 20, 1419-1444. The summary of future climate change also includes information from the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium Regional Analysis Tool and Plan2Adapt sites [Accessed October 2011].

4 Brown, G., T. van der Gulik, R. Fung, J. Finnie, M. Tanner, and J. Bradley. 2010. Beyond the Guidebook 2010: Implementing a New Culture for Urban Watershed Protection and Restoration in British Columbia. www.waterbucket.ca/rm/?sid=45&id=642&type=single [Accessed December 2010].

5 Haley, D. and H. Auld. 2000. Integration of Climate Change into Watershed Management. Paper presented at the Ontario Water Conference, Challenges and Solutions, April 2000.

6 Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (2010). First Nations Water Security and Climate Change: Workshop Report.


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About Rethinking our Water Ways

This website is a guide to help BC communities learn more about planning for local watersheds and water resources, navigate current planning processes, consider relevant issues and challenges — including regional climate change impacts —  and build capacity to develop and implement plans.

Acknowledgements

The Rethinking our Water Ways guide and website are possible thanks to funding support from the BC Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Canada's Regional Adaptation Collaborative Program. The guide and website were launched and distributed through a series of regional workshops throughout BC, with funding contributions from the Fraser Salmon and Watersheds Program, Environment Canada and the Real Estate Foundation of BC. Learn more about our funders and advisors.

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About the Fraser Basin Council

Rethinking our Water Ways is an initiative of the Fraser Basin Council (FBC), a charitable non-profit society that advances sustainability in the Fraser River Basin, across BC, and beyond. Established in 1997, FBC brings people together from multiple sectors to learn about sustainability and find collaborative solutions to current issues. Learn more about FBC by visiting www.fraserbasin.bc.ca.