Kim A. Stephens
Partnership for Water Sustainability in British Columbia
Kim Stephens brings four decades of experience to Forester University as an engineer-planner in water resource and infrastructure engineering issues. Stephens specializes in public policy and its implementation, and has played a leadership role in a series of initiatives in British Columbia related to water sustainability, rainwater management, and green infrastructure.
Since 2003, Stephens has been responsible for developing and delivering the Water Sustainability Action Plan for British Columbia, the partnership umbrella for an array of “Top Down and Bottom Up” initiatives that promote a water-centric approach to community planning and development.
Stephens has received international recognition for his pioneering efforts and has been invited to speak on “the British Columbia Experience” and make keynote presentations at forums in Australia and throughout North America.