This comprehensive economic evaluation framework was one of 3 finalists for the NSW Environment and Heritage Prize for Applied Environmental Research.
Read about the recent Asia-Pacific Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, held in Brisbane.
We’re realising our ambition of creating a national community of WSC practice.
The Australian Water Partnership launched a new international guide on integrated water management, developed by the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities.
Professor Tony Wong had a busy week in Copenhagen. Read all about it here.
Water Sensitive Cities Australia is doing more work in Mekong countries to integrate nature-based solutions with conventional water infrastructure.
We know social inclusion is critical for designing water infrastructure in informal settings. A new toolkit by the RISE team helps practitioners put gender and social inclusion principles into practice.
We congratulate the City of Kunshan in China, which was recently selected as a National Sponge City demonstration site.
Read about how we’ve been working to make water sensitive city practice business as usual in every city, every day.
Fishermans Bend in Melbourne will be Australia’s largest water sensitive urban design project…