The Victorian Government is pleased to sponsor the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) – in partnership with the Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities (CRCWSC) and Alluvium International (Alluvium) – two-part webinar series: 'Towards Water Sensitive Cities - Approach and Practices in Australia and India'.
The webinar series aims to increase awareness and advocate for the planning and design of water sensitive cities in India, and to share experiences from both countries.
This two-part webinar series is the first to be offered under the Knowledge Partnership. It will cover the latest WSUDP and Water Sensitive Cities tools, techniques and approaches, and exemplar projects and programs from Australia and India. Key speakers from Australia will also present on cutting edge work on the application of Water Sensitive City approaches in India.
Webinar 1: Towards Water Sensitive Cities in Australia and India
The first webinar will give the opportunity to learn from the experience in Australia, with a particular focus on the State of Victoria – in terms of the research, policy and implementation over the last two decades – as well as recent advances in India.
Webinar 2: Recent adoption of Water Sensitive Cities approach in India
The second webinar will give the opportunity to learn in more detail exemplar projects and programs that have adopted water sensitive principles and technologies both in Australia and India.
Date: Wednesday 18 (webinar 1) and 25 November (webinar 2) 2020
Time: 3.30 to 5 pm (AEST)
Find out more and register to attend