This section allows you to locate all resources for the ICLEI Oceania Water Campaign.
For hard copies of any ICLEI Oceania Water publications please contact the Water Campaign Australia Manager.
We are proud to announce the availability of our new book "A Decade of Action 2002-12: The Story of the ICLEI Water Campaign". This book, developed as part of our ten years of action in Australia, highlights some of the key findings from our 127 councils who have participated in the program over this time. Supported by Case Studies and Testimonials, this book showcases the program, our councils past efforts, and explores what we need to do into the future to move towards a more water friendly future.
Available for download.
These case studies outline actions Water Campaign™ councils are implementing as part of the program. You can find out more about how the Water Campaign™ works and how participation can help your council make a real difference in sustainable water management. New case studies are continuously being added.
Water Campaign™ Council Case Studies
ICLEI has collated data on water actions around the country. The Inaugural Water Campaign™ Actions Report 2008 provides a great overview of how water is being saved and how water quality is being improved by local government around Australia in 2007/08. We hope it inspires local governments across Australia to become more involved in saving water and safeguarding its quality.
Download the Water Campaign Actions Report 2008 [PDF, 580KB].
ICLEI, UNESCO-IHE and IWA have joined forces to publish a handbook on adapting urban water systems to climate change, aimed at decision makers within local governments and utilities. Author: ICLEI, UNESCO-IHE and IWA, 2011.
Adapting urban water systems to climate change – A handbook for decision makers at the local level. This document includes a case study of the City of Melbourne.
For further information email Greg Hales, Water Campaign Australia Manager, or phone: +61 8 9364 0643.
Download more information on the Water Campaign in 2013/14.
Every year, ICLEI collates data from water consumption inventories and water quality gaps analysis. These 'Inventory Reports' provide a great overview of national patterns of water usage and management.