A listing of some of our more recent reports.  Older reports can be found by visiting other issues.

Waterfront Initiative

State of the Waterfront: Full Report – April 2018

State of the Waterfront: Snapshot Report – December 2017

Diving Deeper into the State of Vancouver’s Waterfront – March 2016 Forum

An Assessment of Data Reflecting Vancouver’s Waterfront and a Summary Table of Indicators

Identifying Knowledge Gaps – April and June 2015 Stakeholder Forums

A Waterfront for All: Report – January 2015 Citizens’ Forum

A Waterfront for All: Discussion Guide – January 2015 Citizen’s Forum

Planning for the Shoreline – June 2014 Roundtable

A Waterfront for All – April 2014 Stakeholder Forum

Tankers and Spills

Joint letter to Prime Minister Trudeau regarding CleanBC and it’s example for the Pan Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change

A Global Context for Climate Action – Georgia Strait Alliance’s submission to the BC Clean Growth Future Engagement process

Joint letter briefing the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy on climate accountability

Submission to the BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy PHASE TWO ENHANCEMENTS TO SPILL MANAGEMENT IN BRITISH COLUMBIA – April 2018

Integrated Area Response Planning in BC: Best practices for engaging communities and harmonizing spill planning and response – July 2016 

Oil spills in BC: Will we be ready? A public guide to speaking up about BC’s proposed spill response rules – June 2016

Oil Spills in Your Backyard: What BC’s coastal communities need to know – April 2016

A Voice for Coastal Communities in Marine Oil Spill Preparedness – September 2015

Report from workshop on oil spill health impacts and planning gaps with Dr. Riki Ott – June 2015

Coastal Local Government Marine Oil Spill Preparedness and Response Capability – May 2015

Salish Sea Drift Card Study Preliminary Results – December 2013

Financial Liability for Kinder Morgan – January 2013

Major Marine Vessel Casualty Risk and Response Preparedness in British Columbia – July 2008