TAG: water issues
PODCAST: Water: too much, too little, too dirty
Water is finally back on the global table after 46 years of not being discussed at a global scale conference. Conservation, salinity, pricing, agriculture, cultural use – the list goes on. Is the subject of ‘water rights’ at risk of getting lost in an endless talk fest? Where do we start when trying to come […]
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“Four in 40” Barry Brook Podcast Now Available
Barry Brook’s 10 minute presentation for the latest Four in 40 series is now available as a podcast. “Four in 40” is a collaboration between The University of Adelaide and the DWLBC, where 4 speakers each speak for 10 minutes on their research and its implications for policy (and vice versa), followed by discussion. The […]
Goyder Institute for Water Research
A new water research institute was announced by the SA state government last week. The Goyder Institute for Water Research will provide independent scientific advice on South Australa’s water system. In a state that is facing declining water availability and quality, the Goyder Institute will improve the State Government’s ability to forecast threats to water […]
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Water Wednesday Forum – Podcasts Now Available
Water Wednesday forum “Is storm water flowing to sea really wasted?” now available as podcasts. The Water Research Centre presented a special forum on 24 March as part of its Water Wednesday series, entitled: “Is storm water flowing to sea really wasted?” Speakers addressed topics of alternative water sources, where storm water fits in the […]
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Is storm water flowing to sea really wasted?
A Water Wednesday forum will be held on March 24 to discuss: “Is storm water flowing to sea really wasted?” This special forum will be presented by the Water Research Centre at the University of Adelaide on March 24, 2010. Concerns about drought and water restrictions have heightened awareness of water spilling from storages when […]
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