Mainstreaming describes the activities that shift new practices from being novel to becoming embedded as a new-normal practice.
Mainstreaming WSC principles and practices involves:
- bringing people and organisations together to create a shared vision for their city
- synthesising research into context specific solutions and scaling their application
- advocating for improved policy and practice
- building the enabling environment needed for implementation of these solutions at scale
- supporting better fit for purpose use of all water sources
- facilitating integration of structural, non-structural and nature-based solutions
- ensuring communities are empowered to participate in the urban water management.
We undertake activities in hubs
Our hub-based structure means mainstreaming activities are shaped by the differing context in jurisdiction. Each hub identifies, prioritises and scopes mainstreaming projects.
Currently, we have hubs in Western Australia and Victoria.
If you’re interesting in partnering with us, please complete a declaration form.
If you have any questions, talk to our Mainstreaming Leader Jamie Ewert (email@example.com).