A series of recommendations to government, international agencies, universities, and industrial institutions from the CAETS for achieving sustainability.
from: CAETS – Council of academies of Engineering and Technical Science in detail XlnkS42A XlnkC17F3
BC Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management: Water Use Planning Guidelines â€“ A large scale application of a public consultation process incorporating many of the suggestions developed here
weblink: srmgov.bc.ca/wat/wup/wup_pdf/wuppdf.html from: BC Ministry of Sustainable Resources Management in detail XlnkS424 XlnkC17EF
The Sustainability Now is the newsletter of the sustainability initiative of APEGBC. This January 2002 issue focuses on Green and sustainability buildings. 1. Interview with Kevin Hydes – President Keen Engineering 2. Defining System Thinking 3. Technology Brief: Green Roofs 4. Case Study: Sechelt Justice Services Building 5. Cases Study: The Liu Center at UBC – Vancouver 6. LEED BC: a Building Assessment Tool 7. Resources and Tools: Sustainability and Building
from: APEGBC – Association of Professional Engineers of BC document: Sustainability Now Vol 1 No 2 in detail XlnkS412 XlnkC1778
Sustainability Now is the newsletter of the Sustainability Initiative of APEGBC. The theme of this third issue is Sustainability and municipal engineering: 1. Interview with Dipak Basu, P.Eng. – City of Chilliwack. BC 2. SFU UniverCity development 3. Risk, Uncertainties or the precautionary principle 4. Tech Brief: Low Impact development 5. Kamloops Demand Side Management Strategies 6. East Clayton and Southeast False Creek 7. Doors to sustainability Exhibition 8. Tools and resources for Municipal Engineers
from: APEGBC – Association of Professional Engineers of BC document: Sustainability Now Vol 1 No 3 in detail XlnkS413 XlnkC1778
The keys to developing more sustainable approaches to engineering and geoscience lie in the skills, experience and ingenuity of practicing engineers and geoscientists. This part adresses the practice specific aspect of Sustainability and Municipal engineering.
from: APEGBC – Association of Professional Engineers of BC document: Primer Part 3a: Municipal Engineering in detail XlnkS416 XlnkC1778