CWWA Publications

CWWA Climate (Ex)Change: Issue 1

In the February 26, 2015 CWWA e-Bulletin, it was announced that the Climate Change Committee had formed a sub-committee focussed on engagement of our members. What’s more, that the sub-committee’s next steps would be to connect with the membership periodically throughout the year with an instrument for two-way interaction. These interactions would give the Committee an opportunity to share its findings and tools while obtaining feedback on the needs of the Water and Wastewater sector in Canadian communities.


CWWA Public Attitudes Project: Changing Public Attitudes on the Value of Canada's Water System Infrastructure (June 2015)

This report is about how we get water and wastewater infrastructure seen as priorities in communities so they might receive an appropriate share of government funding.


CWWA Public Attitudes Project: Roundtable Transcript (June 2015)

A complete transcript of the facilitated round table discussion with many leading Canadian water experts. The round table was held in June 2014 to coincide with the Canadian Water Summit in Toronto.

Related Links: examples of effective municipal campaigns and public outreach projects from across the country

Durham Childrens Ground Water Festival The goal of the Festival is to increase the awareness of grade four students concerning water issues and motivate them to become water stewards in their home, classroom and community.
Value of Water Canada BC and Yukon outreach initiative
City of Canmore Epic Poo Race education product to encourage residents to "flush the right thing"
This is Flushing Awesome: King County initiative to educate residents on flushables.
Go Full Frontal San Francisco makes water conservation sexy
Water Is

York (Ontario) Region outreach campaign
Campaign Overview (pdf)

I don't flush

Ontario Clean Water Agency Campaign
Access the complete video


CWWA Climate Change Resources for Water Sector Professionals (April 2, 2015)

The CWWA Climate Change Committee has curated a collection of credible and helpful resources pertaining to the water sector to help water professionals access important climate change assessment and adaptation planning knowledge. The Climate Change Committee is pleased to offer resources for managing climate change impacts to your operations and facilities.

Download the complete list of publications and resources