L2A Strategic Water Management
EIANZ NSW Division
Institute for Sustainable Futures
Charles Sturt University
L2A Strategic water management 5, 12 and 26 May 2021
This course will deliver targeted skills development on climate change in strategic water management. Guided by expert speakers from the research and policy communities and by case studies presented by practitioners, we will be considering how to manage water under the influence of climate change.
Water is foundational to urban and regional socio-ecological systems. These systems encompass a range of economic activities, important ecologies and human communities. This course explores strategies to build overall systems resilience as rainfall and runoff is increasingly subject to uncertainty and disruption. Our focus is on the NSW jurisdiction, exploring themes that apply just as well elsewhere.
Who should attend?
This course has been designed for practitioners looking to develop a specialisation or update their skills in natural resource management and looking to develop specialised skills in regulatory, policy, consulting responses to climate change and strategic water management.
L2A Strategic water management course details
- Session 1 – Climate projections and water security
- Session 2 – Uncertainty in water resource planning
- Session 3 – Considering social and economic impacts
Online via zoom, 9am – 12.30pm
Services we provided
- Course curation
- Training facilitation
To register to attend L2A Strategic water management click here.
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