POLIS Water Sustainability Project0 Open Positions
The Water Sustainability Project began in 2003 as a focused initiative of the University of Victoria’s POLIS Project on Ecological Governance. Originally established as the “Urban Water Demand Management Project,” its focus quickly broadened to include fundamental governance issues, including long-term, comprehensive, watershed-based planning and innovative institutional and ecosystem-based legal reforms. To reflect this change, it was renamed the Water Sustainability Project in 2005. In 2011, POLIS moved to the University of Victoria’s Centre for Global Studies (CFGS) and is currently housed there as one of CFGS’s ongoing interdisciplinary projects. Our core team consists of researchers, staff, and expert advisors with backgrounds in law, policy, governance, economics, geography, public policy, government, environmental communication, and ethics. We bring together experience from the academic, public, private, and practitioner sectors to develop applied research and offer practical solutions and best practices for a sustainable freshwater future.
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