Local level water management in a changing climate
An increasingly variable and changing climate poses risks to the delivery of water and liveability services, at national, regional and local scales.
Due to the growing recognition that water management challenges cannot be solved using a ‘one-size-fits-all approach’, there is a strong drive to focus on local level planning. In Victoria this is evident through the preparation and implementation of WSUD plans, development services schemes, Precinct Structure Plans in growth areas and local level whole-of-water cycle plans.
So how do we assess the impact of a changing climate within the context of local level integrated water cycle and asset planning?
What are the different practical approaches that will ensure local resilience to future climate shocks?
Delivered in partnership with the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities and the City of Boroondara, this half day session will provide you with a unique opportunity to hear from leading experts in this field and actively discuss how you can address these issues practically.
- Date: 21 January 2015, 9:00am - 1:30pm
- Where: Monash University Law Chambers
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