Sustainability

Water Sensitive SA - What do you need to make it happen?

  • 1.  Water Sensitive SA - What do you need to make it happen?

    Posted 12 July 2012 00:47
    Are you involved in, or interested in WSUD in South Australia?

    Online survey now open !

    South Australia has a strong history of innovation in stormwater management, and recent policy reforms position our state as national leaders in the transition to water sensitive urban growth and renewal.

    Key to maintaining this leadership is a skilled and supported network of professionals like you.

    Yet unlike other states, South Australia does not have a dedicated program designed to build the capacity of people working in integrated urban water management.  To direct investment in capacity-building we need first to understand the skill and knowledge gaps. What do you require to develop professionally? What is needed to drive Water Sensitive Urban Design in your area?

    For a limited time, you have chance to make your views heard via a Practitioner Survey.

    We want to hear from planners, developers, engineers, architects, maintenance staff and others across local government, industry, state agencies, and universities - anyone with a role or interest in urban water management. But for your particular needs to be recognised, it is vital that we hear from you.

    Get yourself a cup of tea and take 15 minutes to answer our short series of questions. This survey is designed to be internet-mobile friendly, so you don't even need to be at your desk.

    But be quick - the survey closes on July 31.

    Go to http://watersensitivesa.com/practitioner-survey today

    Project partners:


    This is an initiative of the Adelaide and Mt Lofty Ranges NRM Board project, in partnership with other divisions of the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR), as well as the SA Environment Protection Authority (EPA), and the SA Division of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia (IPWEA SA), the SA Local Government Association (LGA), and  the Stormwater Industry Association of SA (SIA SA).



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    Andrew Thomas
    Asset Planner Water Resources
    City of Onkaparinga
    NOARLUNGA CENTRE SAau

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