Resources


ICLEI Oceania provides resources to improve water management. From this page you can download all the resources and instruction required to complete the Water Campaign™.

"Urban Water and Landscape Regeneration" Forum Perth 11 March 2014

General Jeffrey presents his Keynote at the Forum
Nedlands Mayor Max Hipkins joins ICLEI Host Greg Hales and General Jeffrey

The "Urban Water and Landscape Regeneration" workshop provided over 60 Perth Local Government staff and stakeholders with an interesting and informative program addressing new water management issues and innovative landscape planning tools, as well as an opportunity to network with each other and specialists.

Read about the day here

Download the presentations from the Forum

1.Welcome Greg Hales, Manager Water Campaign™ Australia, ICLEI Oceania
2. Keynote Speaker Major General the Hon Michael Jeffery AC, AO(Mil), CVO, MC (Retd), Former Governor General
3.Water Trading Don Cummins Perth Regional Manager, Department of Water
4.Reusing Treated Water Mark Goodlet Director Technical ServicesCity of Nedlands
5.Urban NRM Planning Bruce Hamilton Southwest Group of Councils
6.Aquifer Recharge Karen Johnston Principal Hydrogeologist, Rockwater PTY LTD
7.R&D in MAR Don McFarlane CSIRO Land and Water
8.Hartfield Park MAR project Dan Nelson Coordinator Project Delivery Shire of Kalamunda
9. Perry Lakes Hosted by Dr McFarlane

Water Campaign Resources

To find a resource, look under the relevant milestone heading. We encourage you to make use of these resources in the way that best suits the needs of your council. If using a resource in a customised way, please contact your Water Campaign State Manager for consultation and advice.

We created this page to help councils self administer the Water Campaign as much as possible. This allows our staff to deliver services over and above the resources available on this page. For information on facilitated workshops, training, technical and political support, please contact your Water Campaign State Manager.

For an overview of what is involved in the program see "About the Water Campaign."

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