Water Sensitive Cities Australia (WSCA) is a multidisciplinary research-to-practice partnership within the Monash Sustainable Development Institute.

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26 September 2022
Professor Tony Wong had a busy week in Copenhagen. Read all about it here.

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26 September 2022
The Australian Water Partnership launched a new international guide on integrated water management, developed by the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities.

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26 September 2022
Read about the recent Asia-Pacific Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, held in Brisbane.
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WSCA is continuing the mission of the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities
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Our mainstreaming program aims to make water sensitive practice business as usual
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Nature-based solutions (Nbs) for climate resilient communities, environments and economies in the Greater Mekong region.

Cities in the Mekong region are growing rapidly. By 2030, more than 40% of the region’s population is expected to live in urban areas.

How Mekong region cities manage their growth will determine the future health, wealth and wellbeing of communities and environments in the region. At the same time, climate change is increasing the pressures they face.

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Towards more robust and resilient integrated water management investments
Our rapidly growing cities create economic opportunities but also strain our environments, infrastructure and investment reserves. Increasingly, communities also expect healthy, liveable urban environments.
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Growing NatureLinks:
Kings Park to Bold Park

NatureLinks are nature-friendly pathways joining 2 (or more) natural areas. They provide the least risk to species moving across the urban landscape.
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