• Charles Sturt University

    With major campuses across the Murray-Darling Basin, water-related issues are part of Charles Sturt University’s main priorities, with one key research theme Agriculture, Land and Water connecting its research activity to its teaching profile and to the national and international common good. As an internationally recognised integrated research and training provider, CSU has established substantial […]

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  • University of Queensland

    The University of Queensland (uq.edu.au) is well placed to understand and address the water challenges ahead to achieve sustainability. UQ’s breadth of experience ranges from engineering, chemical and biological sciences, to economic policy, climate and environmental research. Water researchers at UQ are guiding our water future through scientific discovery, technological innovation and policy development. Their […]

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  • Tarek Jan Ketelsen

    Tarek Ketelsen is an environmental engineer with more than a decade of experience in hydrological, geomorphological and environmental impact assessments of development plans and projects. He has worked on projects in Australia, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Tanzania, Siberia and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. From 2009 to September 2015, Tarek […]

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  • Simon Krohn Consulting Pty Ltd

    Simon is a Water Resources and Hydropower Expert and Manager with extensive experience in water, hydropower and renewable energy strategy, feasibility and operations both within Australia and internationally. He has worked both nationally in Australia and overseas in SE Asia, the Pacific and Southern Africa. In the SADC region Simon has worked in South Africa, […]

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  • University of Newcastle

    The Centre for Water, Climate and Land use (CWCL, http://www.newcastle.edu.au/research-and-innovation/centre/cwcl), belongs to the Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources (NIER). NIER was established by The University of Newcastle (UON), in collaboration with industry and government organisations, to provide a multidisciplinary model for transformational research in energy and natural resources. Driven by a vision of global […]

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  • SunWater

    SunWater is one of Australia’s leading water providers and holistic managers of large dams and water supply infrastructure. We manage some 40% of the water used commercially in Queensland via 23 supply schemes. SunWater Limited is a Company Government Owned Corporation and its shares are held by its shareholding Ministers on behalf of the State […]

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  • Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence

    The Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence is a national research organisation aiming to enhance the efficiency, expansion and acceptance of water recycling in Australia through industry, government and research partnerships. Through its investment in a portfolio of industry-relevant research projects, the Centre has developed practical solutions to secure Australia?s future water supply. At the […]

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  • University of New South Wales

    UNSW is one of the leading research intensive universities in the Asia Pacific region with world class expertise, facilities and infrastructure. The University has a unique focus on the scientific, technological and professional disciplines. Water is one of the areas of research strength for the University, and UNSW has an outstanding record of research and […]

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  • Ramboll Environ Australia Pty Ltd

    Ramboll Environ deliver a wide range of water-related services; from early phase strategic analysis and project scoping to designing and implementing infrastructure solutions. Our customers include water and wastewater utilities, governments, local and regional authorities, developers and construction companies, as well as industrial companies and international political and financial institutions such as the European Commission, […]

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  • Engineers Without Borders Australia

    Engineers Without Borders Australia (EWB) is a member-based, not-for-profit organisation with over 12 years experience in creating change through humanitarian engineering. EWB began as a small community of people passionate about improving the quality of life in disadvantaged communities through people-centred engineering. EWB Australia works through partnerships to build technical and professional capacity of local […]

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