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URBAN FUTURES: Delivering Water Sensitive Cities

Urban Futures is delivered by the IWC in partnership with Griffith University and Monash Sustainable Development Institute using a mixture of interactive online sessions including guest speakers from the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities, and a set of accompanying field…
  • Date Published: 14th May 2018

Foundations of Water Stewardship Online Training

Join the IWC for Foundations of Water Stewardship Online Training! 4 weeks, commencing 7 June 2017 Register Now Addressing water scarcity and the deterioration of our waterways requires a different approach to water management. Join the International WaterCentre for the…

Developing T-shaped water professionals: reflections on a framework for building capacity for innovation through collaboration, learning and leadership

Abstract In developed and development contexts, change is an increasingly central theme for water professionals. Growing populations, rapid urbanization and increasing demands for water, food and energy, are set against a backdrop of changing rainfall patterns and emerging trade-offs between…
  • Date Published: 1st Nov 2013

Introduction to WASH for Development

Join the International WaterCentre for the re-designed Introduction to WASH for Development online training course 8 weeks, commencing 2 May 2017 Limited places, enrol now! What this training offers Gain the tools and skills you need to start your career…

Developing T-Shaped Water Professionals: Building Capacity in Collaboration, Learning, and Leadership to Drive Innovation

Abstract As we progress into the 21st century, change is an increasingly central theme for water professionals and for professionals in sectors where water plays a central role. Building the capacity of professionals in water and closely related sectors to…
  • Date Published: 1st Mar 2013

Delivering water sensitive city professional learning – Understanding the learning needs and preferences of the Australian urban water sector

Abstract   Building capacity involves a range of interventions from building the skills and knowledge of individuals through developing organisational processes, systems and strategies to changing governance and regulatory arrangements, and building broader community water literacy. "Strengthening education programs to foster future…
  • Date Published: 31st Aug 2015

Ideas for Ripley Valley

Located approximately 5km southwest of Ipswich in Queensland, the Ripley Valley Priority Development Area covers a total area of 4680 hectares and is one of the largest industry growth areas in Australia. The Ripley Valley provides an opportunity for the…
  • Date Published: 31st Jan 2015

Summary of Research Outputs (Tranche 1, 2012/13 – 2016/17) – Version 2 (released June 2017)

This document presents a summary of the research outputs delivered by the CRCWSC during its first phase, or Tranche 1, from 2012/13 through to 2016/17. This summary provides a quick guide to the key research outputs and how they relate…
  • Date Published: 5th Jun 2017

Water Sensitive Cities skills and knowledge needs

This report discusses the findings obtained through interviews with urban water champions from Australia, the Netherlands, Vietnam and Bhutan, representing local governments, state planning and regulation institutions, water utilities and private companies. The interviews aimed to gather insights on what…
  • Date Published: 30th Sep 2015