9th adapting to changing climate: Impacts on water management - Training course

Type:
Training Course
Organizer:
eWater; International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management (ICE WaRM)
Date:
29-30 Aug 2013
Location:
Australia (Gold Coast)

Day 1

  • Climate variability, climate change and adaptation processes for water management
  • Climate change overview
  • Impact of climate change on the water sector
  • Conditions, values and assumptions
  • Sectoral adaptive responses
  • Overview of development and water management issues in the climatically vulnerable coastal zones.

Day 2

  • Dealing with increasing urban run-off and flooding
  • Adaptation tools and techniques and scalar responses
  • Energy and water
  • Water infrastructure and interdependencies
  • Industrial ecology, water and climate change adaptation
  • Policy and practical responses to adapting to changing climate conditions in general and for the water sector.


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Event fee

$1320 incl GST

What is included in the event fee


  • Well-equipped training facilities in CBD locations

  • All catering provided

  • Printed and electronic course notes

  • Networking with fellow professionals and industry experts


Target audience

This course is ideal for staff from sectors including:

  • water utilities
  • contractors
  • academia/research

And from roles including:

  • asset managers
  • risk managers
  • project managers
  • planners
  • sustainability and climate change practitioners


How to register

Please register online


Keywords

Themes:
Climate Change, Governance, Water
Hazards:
Flood
Countries:
Australia
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