October 5, 2016
05 October 2016, Brisbane – On 10 October 2016 in Brisbane, Australia, 200 leaders from the public and private sector, including government ministers, business and civil society leaders, and leading scientists will take part in...
October 5, 2016
Water scarcity and drought know no national boundaries. But tension is rising between states competing over water claims, a precious resource. There is an increasing need to strengthen regional cooperation on water related challen...
October 3, 2016
Climate change impacts are increasingly severe, more frequent and less predictable, impacting the wellbeing of societies, the economy and the sustainable management of water resources. The collection of, and most importantly, acce...
September 30, 2016
How water will be used and managed in Australia and globally in 2040. Arup’s study, The Future of Urban Water, outlines four different scenarios for how water authorities will manage the resource and how consumers will acce...
September 29, 2016
Today The International Water Association announced the Project Innovation Award Winners 2016 from Australia, China and South Africa. The International Water Association Project Innovation Awards are a prestigious global competiti...
September 28, 2016
Brisbane, 27 September 2016 – More than 5,000 water experts, industry professionals and political leaders from over 100 countries will come together at the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition in Brisbane, Australia fro...
September 27, 2016
The water sector is faced with many challenges, whether managing the impacts of climate change; sustainably financing the enormous infrastructure needs of coming decades; finding solutions to water pollution; or moving the water s...
September 26, 2016
Gunter Pauli’s Entrepreneurial Journey, from Guru of Biodegradability to Advocacy of Sustainability   It wasn’t enough merely to make and sell biodegradable soap to tree-hugging consumers. No. Gunter Pauli was a young man...
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September 23, 2016
The Principles for Water-Wise Cities outlines a framework to assist urban leaders and professionals to develop and implement their vision for sustainable urban water and resilient planning and design in their cities. Join the jour...
The resilience of cities is complex and relies on many components working together. The ability to recover and thrive after a shock or a slow change, relies on the capacity to adapt and react with four interrelated components: the...