Call for Proposals – Climate change and disability research in Vietnam

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) is seeking research experts in the field of climate change and disability inclusion to support an evidence-based research activity on the impacts of climate change, disaster risks and water insecurity on people with disabilities in partnership with the Hanoi Association of People with Disabilities (DP Hanoi) in Vietnam.  Activity Background […]

Gender and ethnicity in planning sustainable groundwater management in Lao PDR

Groundwater is a strategic resource for building climate resilience, boosting agriculture and improving the health and livelihoods of rural communities. Since 2021 the Australian Water Partnership has been supporting the sustainable development of groundwater resources in Lao PDR including preparation of a groundwater management plan for the Sekong province. Policy makers and planners in Lao […]

Urban greening and cooling in response to increasing surface temperatures and water scarcity

The 2021 Report of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC AR6) found that climate hazards are posing an increased risk to the degradation of ecosystems, directly impacting human populations across the globe. In particular, the report projected a rise in surface temperatures with increased interannual precipitation variability due to the general intensification […]

AWP at OzWater’22

Ozwater’22, Australia’s most prominent international annual water conference and exhibition, took place in full force this year with most delegates attending the event in person in rainy Brisbane, Australia from May 10–12, 2022. The three-day conference program under the theme Our Water Journey was an opportunity to celebrate the evolution of the water sector in Australia, […]

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