Projects/initiatives which CWRS has recently been associated with include:
Transboundary International Waters Governance, Tribes, First Nations and the Columbia River Basin, Phases 1, 2 and 3, Applied Research Project funded by the RBC Blue Water Fund, the Columbia Basin Trust, the Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia and the Northwest Power and Conservation Council (photos below)
The Columbia River Universities Consortium "Third Symposium on the Columbia River and the Columbia River Treaty: Past, Present and Future", Kimberley, British Columbia (photos below)
The Columbia River Basin: Issues & Driving Forces within the Columbia River Basin with the Potential to Affect Future Transboundary Water Management.(1.3MB), Heather Davidson and Richard Paisley
Transboundary Cooperation in the International Columbia River Basin: A Preliminary Assessment of Existing Arrangements and Future Prospects, Ingrid Timboe and Meghan Carter, Sept 2015.
A Sacred Responsibility: Governing the Use of Water and Related Resources in the International Columbia Basin Through the Prism of Tribes and First Nations, Universities Consortium on Columbia River Governance, June 2015.
WWF USA Linked Indicators for Vital Ecosystem Services (LIVES): Freshwater Indicator Review for the LIVES Project: Governance Component
Transboundary Waters Governance Project, University of British Columbia
This was an international waters global governance project that is examining both fresh water and marine experiences through the identification, collection, analysis, adaptation and replication of beneficial practices found in the legal and institutional frameworks that govern such waters. The objectives were to strengthen and promote multi-country cooperation, and to enhance the transboundary regime development in an eco-systemically sustainable manner. CWRS worked as a consulting partner to this project.