Ecohydrology Researchers Participate in 10th Canadian Science Policy Conference

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Philippe Van Cappellen (Canada Excellence Research Chair Laureate in Ecohydrology) participated as a panellist on Thursday, November 8th, in a session on "Water at the science-policy interface: Challenges and opportunities for Canada" at the 10th annual Canadian Science Policy Conference (CSPC). The panel was put together by Global Water Futures and Ecohydrology Research group members, Homa Kheyrollah Pour (also conference co-chair and panel moderator), Tatjana Milojevic and Nancy Goucher (panel co-organizers).

Other member of the panel included: Gail Krantzberg (Engineering and Public Policy, McMaster University), Nicola Crawhall (Westbrook Public Affairs), Alain Pietroniro (Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada) and Steve Cobham (International Affairs, Environment and Climate Change Canada). The summary and recording of the panel session is available on the CSPC website.

 Homa Kheyrollah Pour, Steve Cobham, Al Pietroniro, Nicola Crawhall, Gail Krantzberg, and Philippe Van Cappellen

Panellists at CSPC 2018 (left to right): Homa Kheyrollah Pour (moderator), Steve Cobham, Al Pietroniro, Nicola Crawhall, Gail Krantzberg, Philippe Van Cappellen

Select CSPC paritcpants (including Dr. Krantzberg and Dr. Van Cappellen) were also interviewed in a discussion about water issues in Canada. 

Interview with Philippe Van Cappellen

Interview with Gail Krantzberg

CSPC 2018 was held in Ottawa, Ontario, from November 7th to 9th. The theme of this year's conference was "Building Bridges Between Science, Policy, and Society." For more information about the conference, please see visit the conference website (cspc2018.ca). 

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