Okanagan Valley increasingly vulnerable to severe climate disruptions, says expert

Osoyoos Times – September 24, 2014

Humans have changed Earth’s life support systems, so in future, it’s vital we begin to manage our water resources more carefully, warns Robert Sandford, Canadian chair of the UN’s Water for Life initiative on water policy.

Sandford was speaking as part of the Water and Biodiversity Research Forum in Kelowna last week, organized by UBC’s BRAES Institute and sponsored by the Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB).

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