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  • The Blue Economy | Blue Economy Initiative
    of the greatest challenges of the 21 st century if not the greatest In order to meet this challenge governments businesses and civil society need to dramatically accelerate the development of solutions that re define our approach to water To date we have focused on supply oriented approaches that rely on ever increasing withdrawals from our stressed water systems Increasingly leaders from public and private sectors are recognizing that this approach is outdated and unsustainable both from an environmental and an economic perspective The successful water management of the future will be defined by efforts to reduce demands through conservation efficiency re use and the replenishment of our natural systems The pioneers are alreadyshining a light on the path forward Singapore has become a leader in reclaiming and recycling water Israel leads the world in irrigation efficiency Ontario Canada is seeking to build on its internationally recognized water treatment technology sector There are companies that are developing information systems to detect and monitor water use along the entire length of a city s distribution system start ups that are transforming wastewater into new sources of energy or fertilizers and eliminating the waste stream in the process business clusters that are

    Original URL path: http://blue-economy.ca/report/blue-economy (2014-10-09)
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  • Wastewater Win-Win | Blue Economy Initiative
    in Addressing the Global Water Crisis Running Through Our Fingers Progress Stories Wastewater Win Win The Perfect Storm To Market We Go Blue Economy Progress Story Wastewater Win Win An unlikely resource could cut costs for industry and have municipalities seeing dollar signs by Kerry Freek October 2012 Download the entire report 0 9MB PDF How do you turn a Gold Bar into a gold mine At the same time

    Original URL path: http://blue-economy.ca/report/wastewater-win-win (2014-10-09)
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  • A Forest of Blue | Blue Economy Initiative
    to Implementation 2011 Going With the Flow Natural Capital in B C s Lower Mainland Ontario s wealth Canada s future The Real Wealth of the Mackenzie Region RESOURCE Library A Forest of Blue Canada s Boreal By Pew Boreal Trust 2011 Download the entire report 7 5MB PDF This analysis is the first compilation of decades of research on Canadian boreal water reserves from diverse sources Canada s boreal

    Original URL path: http://blue-economy.ca/library/forest-blue (2014-10-09)
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  • Charting Our Water Future | Blue Economy Initiative
    of the Mackenzie Region RESOURCE Library Charting Our Water Future Economic frameworks to inform decision making By 2030 Water Resources Group 2009 Download the entire report 1 8MB PDF In just 20 years demand for water will be 40 per cent higher than it is today and more than 50 per cent higher in the most rapidly developing countries Historic rates of supply expansion and efficiency improvement will close only

    Original URL path: http://blue-economy.ca/library/charting-our-water-future (2014-10-09)
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  • Economic Instruments for Water Management in Canada | Blue Economy Initiative
    About Projects Feature Reports Library News Multimedia Events Contact Us Home A Forest of Blue Charting Our Water Future Economic Instruments for Water Management in Canada Case Studies and Barriers to Implementation 2011 Going With the Flow Natural Capital in B C s Lower Mainland Ontario s wealth Canada s future The Real Wealth of the Mackenzie Region RESOURCE Library Economic Instruments for Water Management in Canada Case Studies and

    Original URL path: http://blue-economy.ca/library/economic-instruments-water-management-canada (2014-10-09)
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  • Going With the Flow? | Blue Economy Initiative
    Flow Natural Capital in B C s Lower Mainland Ontario s wealth Canada s future The Real Wealth of the Mackenzie Region RESOURCE Library Going With the Flow Evolving Water Allocations and the Potential and Limits of Water Markets in Canada By Oliver M Brandes Linda Nowlan and Katie Paris for the Conference Board of Canada 2008 Download the entire report 1 1MB PDF This report describes some of the

    Original URL path: http://blue-economy.ca/library/going-flow (2014-10-09)
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  • Natural Capital in B.C.’s Lower Mainland | Blue Economy Initiative
    Instruments for Water Management in Canada Case Studies and Barriers to Implementation 2011 Going With the Flow Natural Capital in B C s Lower Mainland Ontario s wealth Canada s future The Real Wealth of the Mackenzie Region RESOURCE Library Natural Capital in B C s Lower Mainland Valuing the Benefits From Nature By Sara Wilson for the David Suzuki Foundation 2010 Download the entire report 4 2MB PDF This

    Original URL path: http://blue-economy.ca/library/natural-capital-bc%E2%80%99s-lower-mainland (2014-10-09)
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  • Ontario's Wealth, Canada's Future | Blue Economy Initiative
    2011 Going With the Flow Natural Capital in B C s Lower Mainland Ontario s wealth Canada s future The Real Wealth of the Mackenzie Region RESOURCE Library Ontario s Wealth Canada s Future Appreciating the value of the Greenbelt s eco services By Sara Wilson for the David Suzuki Foundation 2008 Download the entire report 3 6MB PDF This report quantifies the value of the ecosystem services provided by

    Original URL path: http://blue-economy.ca/library/ontarios-wealth-canadas-future (2014-10-09)
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