The Water Economics, Policy and Governance Network (WEPGN) brings together researchers and partners to share ideas, identify challenges, and develop new knowledge to improve the management of water resources in Canada and abroad.
By applying research insights to decision-making about water resources, communities, governments, and other water managers will use water resources more sustainably for the benefit of the economy, society, and the environment.
WEPGN researchers investigate a broad range of challenges and issues in water management from the lens of social and related sciences. Projects are organized under the following three broad thematic areas:
Human Well-being, Ecosystem Services and Watershed Management in the Credit River Valley: Web-distributed Mechanisms and Indicators for Communication and Awareness