• Water Abundance XPRIZE and DFAT innovationXchange competition

    The Water Abundance XPRIZE is an open challenge to use technology to improve affordable access to clean water in high humidity areas where water is currently unavailable or inaccessible. It seeks to attract a solution to the lack of access to clean water encapsulated in Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6. Water scarcity is a serious […]

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  • River Torrens / Karrawirra Parri, South Australia

    South Australia’s water industry recognised

    Australian Water Partnership CEO Professor Gary Jones told Water Industry Alliance (WIA) members in Adelaide that the Alliance was recognised for having played a major role in developing the industry over many years and was at the forefront of breaking into international markets. “South Australia’s water industry is recognised as a global leader in areas […]

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  • ​Can Western science validate and acknowledge First Nations Peoples’ traditional knowledge in journals and reports?

    During an interview with Brad Moggridge, the challenges around bridging the gap between traditional knowledge and scientific journals and reports was discussed. Traditional knowledge is composed of a body of evidence that spans generations. It is fundamental, valid knowledge that is used for decision making and environmental management at the community level. However, this knowledge […]

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  • Drought action video | #droughtaction

    This video, directed and shot by Nachiket Pangare (Nash), covers the issue of water scarcity that is looming in many parts of the world. Water scarcity affects more than 40% of the global population, especially in Africa, Asia and Latin America. With agriculture accounting for over 70% of the world’s water consumption; food production expected […]

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  • Aboriginal knowledge and connection to water

    From the Brad Moggridge interview: traditional knowledge and scientific knowledge: opportunities and tensions in water management. This content was originally part of the Kini Interview Series. Kini is a retired brand of the AWP and IWCAN.

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  • Connection through Caring for Country and Caring for Water

    Caring for Country and Caring for Water programs have tremendous value for connecting Aboriginal people to their communities, particularly for those youth who may live in cities and feel disconnected from their history and traditions. An interview with Bradley Moggridge touched on this philosophy and this article describes it and talks about the impact it is […]

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  • Dr Gary Jones, eWater, Canberra

    Dr Gary Jones to leave eWater and the Australian Water Partnership

    Dr Gary Jones at the eWater office in Canberra where he served as CEO from 1995, and CEO of the AWP since its establishment in May 2015. Dr Gary Jones, CEO of the Australian Water Partnership (AWP) announced his intent to leave the organisation at the end of February 2017, after 18 months in the […]

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  • Advice for getting involved in international development work

    In an interview with Chris O’Neill of Hydronumerics, Chris spoke about getting involved in international development work. He gave advice about how people, who are interested in helping improve global livelihoods can gain skills and experience, particularly in terms of supporting global water, sanitation, and environmental goals. International development work is popular with people who want […]

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  • ​Relationship-building: a core component of water management

    In an interview, Chris O’Neill of Hydronumerics spoke about how relationships are fundamental to good water management. He emphasised the value of listening to others and understanding how people use and engage with water. Chris proposed a ‘red wine theory’ of relationship building. As water managers, it’s helpful to be reminded that water is about our lives […]

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