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IWC's Dr Brian McIntosh appointed National Water Week Ambassador

In National Water Week 2010, AWA launched the National Water Week Ambassador Initiative. This new initiative aims to raise community awareness and improve understanding of water issues in Australia and globally.

Due to the positive response from schools and community groups, the National Water Week Ambassador Initiative will also run in 2011.

During NWW, a team of volunteer ambassadors who have in depth knowledge of the water sector will be available to visit local schools and community groups to present on a range of different water topics.

Schools and community groups are invited to submit their interest to request an ambassador visit during NWW 2011, held on 16-22 October, to Fleur Johnson, Project Manager - School and Community Education at

National Water Week is the only Australian nationally-focussed event designed to assist our community to take actions that help protect and conserve our most precious resource - water.

National Water Week aims to support and encourage the various members and community groups who create and promote events during National Water Week, as well as promoting key messages of water conservation. The success and reach of National water Week lies strongly in the hard work and support of the individuals and organisations who make events and activities happen.

National Water Week's focus is on connecting to the community and providing pathways for the community to connect with one another. Community education, schools and media resources are also available.

National Water Week is hosted by the Australian Water Association.

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