October 2011 - Australian River Restoration Centre

  • From Bystanding to Action – More workshops offered and a new website

    The Bystanding to Action workshops run by Peter Rennie from Leadership Australia, and his partners in different regions of Australia, are recieving very positive feedback. ‘Let me thank you again for running a wonderful workshop, replete with insight, example and praxis. I enjoyed it immensely and found it stretched my thinking, strengthened my understanding and […]

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  • Risks to managing water resources in the Murray-Darling Basin

    Over the past few years I have been fortunate enough to be part of an Expert Panel providing advice to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority on a portfolio of work examining risks to managing water resources in the MDB. The Risk Assessment Section within MDBA’s Natural Resources Management Division has funded a suite of projects to […]

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  • Integrated Water Management Program – Scholarships Available for 2012

    Receive $5,000 scholarship to study in 2012!In the context of current economic downturn, the International WaterCentre(IWC) is seeking new ways to support the world’s future water leaders.IWC is offering partial-tuition scholarships to the first 50 students who enrol in an IWC Integrated Water Management program(Masters, Graduate Diploma, Graduate Certificate) for 2012.The scholarship is available to […]

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  • Hawkesbury Nepean River Recovery Program (HNRRP) final e-news September 2011

    After just over two years of very intensive activity, the Hawkesbury-Nepean River Recovery Program (HNRRP) is coming to an end, having successfully delivered its intended outcomes on time and under budget. The final edition of HNRRP e-news reflects on some of the major achievements from the seven HNRRP projects and celebrates the great work that […]

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  • Congratulations to Theiss International and National Riverprize Winners!

    This week the Theiss International and National Riverprize winners were announced with the Sunshine Coast Rivers Initiative winning the domestic prize, and the Charles River Watershed, Boston (USA) winning the international prize.  We are thrilled with these awards as both groups of people and their wonderful rivers are worthy winners. We would also like to […]

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