Nelson World Water Day Forum

March 22nd is United Nations World Water Day and the Nelson-Creston Greens are hosting a virtual webinar to foster discussion around conservation and proactive planning of our most vital resource. Tune in to hear from, and ask questions of a wide range of experts on hydrology and water issues on a local, regional, and global scale.

Keynote Speaker:

Bob Sandford

The EPCOR Water Research Chair United Nations University, senior advisor on water issues for the Interaction Council, Fellow of the Centre for Hydrology University of Saskatchewan, Fellow of the Biogeoscience Institute at the University of Calgary, senior policy advisor for the Adaptation to Climate Change team Simon Fraser University, member of the Forum for Leadership on Water (FLOW).


Martin Carver

Hydrologist and fluvial geomorphologist with 25 years experience and expertise in environmental impact assessment, hydrologic risk analysis, biodiversity conservation, watershed assessment, and climate change adaptation on the Columbia, Peace, Athabasca and Liard River systems and currently lead and facilitator of the Upper Columbia Basin Environmental Collaborative.

Nathan Mathew

Nathan is a strategist, negotiator, and spokesperson on Aboriginal rights and self-determination. Nathan has served as Chief in his community of the Simpcw First Nation for over 20 years.

Kayla Tillapaugh

Kayla is an environmental technologist and Program Manager for the Friends of Kootenay Lake Stewardship Society, an organization dedicated to sustaining a healthy Kootenay Lake for generations to come.

Registration for this event can be completed by following this link:

Tue. Mar 22, 2022
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

The BC Green Party is committed to providing an environment free of discrimination and harassment, where all individuals are treated with respect and dignity, can contribute fully and have equal speaking opportunities. To support this commitment, all event attendees will be expected to follow the standards of our Safe Spaces Participant's Guide

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