Environmental Water Management in the Indo-Pacific: An Australian Perspective, published

Traditional subsistence fishing on the Li River, Xingping, China (Credit: Vadim Petrakov/Adobe Stock)

A new AWP knowledge product is now available that focuses on environmental water management in the Indo-Pacific region – authored by Professor Stuart Bunn, Associate Professor Mark Kennard, and Professor Sue Jackson from the Australian Rivers Institute at Griffith University.

An overview of the threats to freshwater ecosystems, the significance of freshwater biodiversity and the level of risks to environmental integrity ensure that this will be a fascinating and insightful read for anyone working on freshwater ecosystems in the Indo-Pacific region.

E-flows and water for the environment are slowly garnering interest and traction in some developing countries in the region; there are many AWP Partners with a range of experience and expertise in environmental water management that are well placed to assist governments as and when opportunities arise.

For more information and to download Environmental Water Management in the Indo-Pacific, visit AWP’s offering on environmental water.

Environmental Water Management in the Indo-Pacific (cover)

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