Natural asset management 101; sign up for 1-day intro course now!

If you’re a planner, elected official, engineer, work in community sustainability or other professional organizations … if you have an interest or responsibility in your local governments to deliver core, sustainable, cost-effective services to your residents … then register for this 1-day, interactive course!

Join MNAI on Tuesday, March 10 at Royal Roads University for learnings and discussions on Natural Asset Management: An Introduction to Making Nature Count in Canadian Municipalities. The 1-day course will cover the core concepts of municipal natural asset management, the most recent case examples, and the latest approaches.

Most of us know that infrastructure in Canada and around the world is aging and in poor condition. And climate change is quickly making things worse. So how can local governments continue providing its residents with clean drinking water, manage flooding and stormwater, and keep its communities liveable? How can they do that when they’re faced with decreasing budgets and increasing pressures?

Nature could provide a solution!

Find out in this course how you can join a growing number of municipal staff, community leaders and consultants who have already taken the first steps to identify, value, account for, and work with nature, and are implementing green infrastructure into their financial and asset management planning.

This course is one of several steps MNAI is taking to develop norms, curriculum and training to make natural asset management a widely adopted, mainstream practice across Canada.

Please click here RRU MNAI course to find out more and to register.