Are you interested in the potential health outcomes that could be realised through facilitating   water   sensitive cities?

Come to our FREE seminar and workshop in Perth to deep dive into the range of health outcomes possible from investing in transitions to sustainable, resilient, productive and liveable cities.

WHAT: How water sensitive cities deliver health outcomes seminar and workshop

WHEN: 12 noon – 3pm, Friday 23 August 2019

WHERE: Water Corp WA offices
629 Newcastle St
Leederville WA



Hosted by the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities, the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA), Water Corporation of Western Australia and New WAter Ways, this half-day event will feature three presentations, two group discussions, plus light lunch:

  • Professor Nigel Tapper  will speak on the biophysical aspects of the urban heat mitigation produced from different scales of investment in urban greening.
  • Dr Sayed Iftekhar  will discuss estimating the economic benefits of urban heat mitigation.
  • Gayathri Jasper will explain the WSAA’s Health benefits from water centric liveable communities report and how WSAA is supporting the water industry in the liveability of our communities.

Participants will better understand what the CRCWSC and WSAA are doing to improve health outcomes through water sensitive cities, the range of potential health outcomes, the main drivers of benefits from investing in urban greening, and the availability of health dollar values from water sensitive cities solutions that can be used in benefit cost analysis and business cases.

For more information, contact Emma Yuen  (  or  Tammie Harold  ( )  or register here.

Last updated: 13th Aug 2019