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Future flows: Water law and policy in Alberta for a sustainable future - Shared screen with speaker view
Raquel Feroe
09:15
Afternoon Jason et al!
kara@karatersen.com
09:32
Thanks for letting us know!
kara@karatersen.com
10:36
The webinar recording and slides will be sent to everyone who registered, as well, the links will be shared on the ELC website at ww.elc.ab.ca within 24 hours following today’s webinar
kara@karatersen.com
12:41
The webinar recording and slides will be sent to everyone who registered, as well, the links will be shared on the ELC website at ww.elc.ab.ca within 24 hours following today’s webinar
kara@karatersen.com
13:34
Future flows paper a be downloaded here: http://elc.ab.ca/?smd_process_download=1&download_id=53257
kara@karatersen.com
14:55
Blog post on the ELC website regarding this Future Flows topic: http://elc.ab.ca/future-flows-maintaining-environmental-flows-through-precaution-and-adaptation/
kara@karatersen.com
15:31
Slides and recording will be sent to everyone who registered within 24 hours after the webinar ends
kara@karatersen.com
18:40
We will have time for questions in the last 15 minutes of our time today, please feel free to type your questions in the chat box and we’ll try to get to as many as we can!
kara@karatersen.com
49:51
If you have any questions for Jason, please feel free to type them into the chat box
Sara Louden
50:38
Are the water power rights set out in the 1946 amendment to the NRTA protected by s. 35 of the Constitution Act?
Sara Louden
50:43
What are the cumulative effects of a proposed 4th Dam at Morley on the Bow River?
Raquel Feroe
53:50
Great Seminar. Who is doing the most work on citizen science around water monitoring? If Law is the collective story of the commons do we have a common understanding of the issues?
Jamie Rich
54:04
If climate change causes the reduction of the glaciers will this cause an increase in flow in the short term? Is there a chance that this increased flow will allow water license holders to increase their allocations if the current system is revised? How would a revised water allocation system be adapted to accomodate potential climate change effects.
Laurene Booker
58:33
This is more of a global impact question on Canada's water resources. In 2010 the UN general assembly voted to make clean water a human right and 124 countries voted for and 42 abstained from the vote including Canada. What are your thoughts on why they would abstain from acknowleging clean water should be a human right?
Laurene Booker
01:07:54
Thanks for sharing this information
kara@karatersen.com
01:07:55
you got them all
Flora Stevenson
01:08:27
Thanks for the great presentation and debate!