Australian Partners

h2orizons is committed to seeing a global water future that supports productive and sustainable industries, resilient communities and thriving natural ecosystems. Water is the foundation of economies, societies and natural environments around the world, but a step change in thinking and innovation is essential given the pressures of population growth, urbanisation and climate change. Water already underpins three out of four jobs globally, yet we also know that around 80% of the necessary actions required to adapt to a changing climate will be in water related fields.
In this context, water should not be seen as a constraint to progress, but as a catalyst for positive change.
h2orizons was established in 2022 to drive accelerated development and application of new water technologies and practices in Australia and around the world.

h2orizons is committed to seeing a global water future that supports productive and sustainable industries, resilient communities and thriving natural ecosystems. Water is the foundation of economies, societies and natural environments around the world, but a step change in thinking and innovation is essential given the pressures of population growth, urbanisation and climate change. Water already underpins three out of four jobs globally, yet we also know that around 80% of the necessary actions required to adapt to a changing climate will be in water related fields.
In this context, water should not be seen as a constraint to progress, but as a catalyst for positive change.
h2orizons was established in 2022 to drive accelerated development and application of new water technologies and practices in Australia and around the world.

  • Water for Good
    A state-wide whole of government water security plan to 2050, outlining 94 actions to secure reliable and safe drinking and other water.
  • International Conference on Water Resources Management and Sustainability: Solutions for Arid Regions
    Leadership of the Australian presence and engagement program at Dubai Expo and the design and delivery of the conference with the United Arab Emirates University
  • Basin and Lake Chiefs Capacity Development Program
    Design and delivery of a capacity development and knowledge exchange program on whole of basin management for river and lake chiefs in China.
  • Rajasthan Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management
    Formation of a collaborative centre between South Australia and Rajasthan, bringing together industrty, government and accademic partners from both states together to drive water related change and innovation
  • Ripple Effect Knowledge Exchange Program
    Design and delivery of an irtrigator exchange program across the Murray-Darling Basin to increase irrigator understanding of the complexities of different parts of the basin, including the management of environmental water by the Commonwealth Envi8ronmental Water Office
    A plan to further build the capacity of the South Australian water sector to underpin sustainable development across different industries and for the water sector to leverage global export and investment opportunities
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