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Webinar: Elevating CBWM in Canada - Shared screen with speaker view
DataStream Team
49:28
there's some feedback
DataStream Team
50:20
Feel free to type any questions in the group chat :)
Ian Sharpe
55:01
Are you planning to do an inventory of what types of decisions may benefit from CBWM data (e.g. federal/provincial/territorial policy development/regulatory processes, local government infrastructure development/maintenance, Indigenous government water management, commercial water use/waste disposal)
Nicole McRae
01:01:46
Forgive me if you have already, and maybe you can point me to a document, but have you (GF, LL, WWF) recommended a key suite of water indicators that would support climate monitoring?
Cindy
01:03:02
You might check with the Columbia Basin Trust Climate Action program - Meredith Hamstead or IISD.
Nicole McRae
01:03:07
Thank you.
Kerri Finlay
01:03:14
Beyond offering endorsements, is there anything else that we (working with monitoring programs currently) can offer to help with your plans going forward?
Kerri Finlay
01:04:50
Thanks! I like everything that you presented here, and am happy to jump in and support where we can.
Elizabeth Worden
01:06:17
Could you elaborate on difficulties (if any) encountered between adhering to OCAP data principles of the First Nations Information Governance Committee (putting ownership, control, access, possession of Indigenous and community-based data in the hands of the communities) with open data policies, Open Government, etc.? What if a community didn’t want the data to be open, but the project’s mandate is to have open data?
Katherine McLeod
01:08:05
When do you foresee having your three acton areas in place? What is your timeline
Ian Sharpe
01:11:07
Thanksall
gila_somers
01:11:20
thank you!