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New water saving ebook

ATA\\\'s new Water Efficiency Around the Home ebook on water saving, including the latest Rainwater Tank Buyers Guide. Free for ATA members, $5 for non-members.

18 Sep 2014

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The Future of Urban Water: Scenarios for Water Utilities in 2040

'The Future of Urban Water: Scenarios for Water Utilities in 2040' depicts 4 plausible scenarios for the future of urban water utilities in 2040. Using Sydney as a reference city, the report explores how a wide range of social, technological, economic, environmental and political trends could shape our urban water future. These scenarios help to understand the possible pathways into the future and enable conversations about how we can influence and shape the direction we are travelling in.

09 Sep 2014

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Building Resilience to Climate Change

Building Resilience to Climate Change is now open. Round 1, which invites projects that address extreme heat or adapt priority infrastructure, closes Monday 29 September 2014. A total of $875,000 in funding will be available to Local Government under the Building Resilience to Climate Change program.

20 Aug 2014

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LGNSW Water Management Conference 2014: Registrations are open

Calling all Councillors, General Managers, Water Managers and Professionals – Registrations have opened on the LGNSW website for the 2014 LGNSW Water Management Conference.

13 Jun 2014

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Dangerous Waters - The Social, Economic and Environmental Risks of Water Leakage in Mining.

Water is an essential and shared resource, growing increasingly scarce across the globe, especially in Australia, where almost all regions are experiencing rainfall deficiencies. It is predicted that by 2030, about 47 percent of the world’s population will be living under severe water stress. Water is crucial to everyday operations in mining, from processing ore and cooling equipment, to dust suppression and metal production. But inefficient or irresponsible water management does not just affect internal operations; it is also a major economic, social and environmental concern. The threat of water leakage, often containing toxic slurry and acid waste, holds great consequence for industry, communities and government combined. As the complex issue of water conservation grows, the mining industry is expected to demonstrate leadership in its approach to water management with improved monitoring processes and solutions.

16 May 2014

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