Resilience: How to Know When We Have Done Enough to Secure Our Water Future?
NSW is experiencing dramatic climatic conditions that pose significant challenges for our utilities, governments, and councils in managing our water and wastewater services. Regional towns and cities face water security and quality challenges, exacerbated by increasing demand driven by population growth and urbanisation.
How will we know if we have done enough to future proof our water infrastructure for the generations to come? Have we learned from our past mistakes? Have we struck the right balance between being reactive and pro-active in adapting to our unpredictable climate? How do we become more resilient?
Penny Joseph Head of Resilience and Climate Change Adaptation, Sydney Water
Bill Cox CEO, Aurecon
Marie Abood Head, Hawkesbury-Nepean Valley Flood Risk Management Directorate
Wednesday, 2 November, 2022
7:30am - 9:30am
Great Hall, UTS
Thomas St, Ultimo, NSW 2007
Please register by October 26.
Concession Member (students, retired members, YWP under 25)
Concession Non-Member (students, retired members, YWP under 25)