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.
A factsheet summarizing results of estimates of current and future carbon stored by forests and plantations in the Credit River watershed.
This report was conducted to understand the role and scope of a risk and quality management standard that could be developed to assist municipalities, engineers and other professional practitioners in designing, operating, maintaining and continuously improving stormwater management systems—both today and in light of a changing climate.
The purpose of this document is to identify guidance needs for establishing a common approach to setting watershed and stormwater levels of service and assessing associated risk in light of climate change to inform (sub)watershed planning, municipal master planning and asset management planning in accordance with provincial and municipal requirements.
This Stormwater Management Guideline replaces the Stormwater Management Criteria (2012). The new document reflects climate change, new technologies, and policy directions. The SWM Guide supplements CVC’s Planning and Development Administrative Procedural Manual (CVC, 2011), with more detailed direction regarding the Stormwater Management component of development approvals.
This document is a summary of the 2017 vulnerability assessment report of the effects of climate change on water systems within the Region of Peel.