Wetland Algal Bloom Management: Sharing Treatment Outcomes


WALGA and New WAter Ways have established a new interactive map and will host biannual meetings to assist Local Governments in sharing the outcomes of wetland algal treatments. The aim of the initiative is to assist Local Governments to identify and adopt effective treatments, optimise use of scarce resources and increase our collective understanding of options for wetland management. Many Local [...]

Research Synthesis Process


Research synthesis is a facilitated design process that combines the latest research with local expertise to collaboratively develop practical ideas for addressing industry based challenges. Over a two-day workshop, we explore the problem and agree on the shared parameters and language around it, and then arrive at solid, tangible propositions for solving the problem, with [...]

Microclimate and Urban Heat Island Mitigation Decision-Support Tool


CRC for Low Carbon Living aims to develop a robust and tangible microclimate and urban heat island mitigation decision-support tool that bridges the gap between research on urban microclimates and its practical application. Project objectives are: to provide governments and built environment industries with a decision-support tool to inform urban policy, development assessment and planning practices related [...]

Valuing WSUD – Benefit cost assessment tool and benefit transfer tool


CRC for Water Sensitive Cities has developed an economic evaluation framework and associated tools to identify and quantify economic, environmental and community values of investments in water sensitive practices and systems. It can be applied to business case development and decision making at multiple levels in public and private sector organisations, and contribute towards achieving [...]

CRC for Water Sensitive Cities


The CRC for Water Sensitive Cities brings together the inter-disciplinary research expertise and thought-leadership to undertake research that will revolutionise water management in Australia and overseas.  In collaboration with over 70 research, industry and government partners, it will deliver the socio-technical urban water management solutions, education and training programs, and industry engagement required to [...]

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