This report highlights ways we are collaborating to deliver results.
This report describes how CVC is addressing important stormwater challenges in the Credit River watershed.
Using inventory data, the total tons of carbon stored in Credit River watershed’s forests and plantations was estimated, and predicted up to 2030.
Report assessing the existing standards for stormwater management and their ability to integrate floodresiliency and climate change solutions with the aim to support Partners in building stormwater systemresilience.
Literature review providing background information and initial analysis of the suitability of CVC’s head office building to implement a smart blue roof.
The technical and financial feasibility study and assessment of smart blue roof implementation, both for CVC’s head office and for the broader industrial, commercial and institutional sector (IC&I). It also covers a structural and building science capacity analysis of the CVC administrative office and a review of public and private sector benefits of implementing smart blue roof technology.
The Environmental Study Report summarizes each stage of the Class Environmental Assessment and provides a record of all stakeholder consultation.
This study uses two case study locations in Peel Region to make a business case for the management of natural assets under various risk and climate change scenarios. Appendices 1-3 of the report describe the Rapid Condition Assessment Methodology developed by CVC.