transition to Water
|Dear Clearwater Newsletter Subscriber,|
Welcome to the latest update from the Clearwater team.
|training and events|
|Tuesday 26 March 2013|
Clearwater's latest tour showcases a number of exciting Integrated Water Management projects that have been undertaken in the City of Greater Geelong. The tour will include visits to two stormwater harvesting sites that highlight two different approaches; one in a high profile sporting stadium and the second for a valued community asset. The tour will also visit one of the largest growth areas in Victoria where an integrated approach has been taken to water supply, treatment and habitat creation and enhancement.Click here for more information or to register now
|30 November 2012|
As part of the Victorian Government's Living Melbourne, Living Victoria Policy a $50 million fund is now open to support the development of Integrated Water Cycle Management (IWCM) Projects across Victoria.
The Fund is available to any organisation or group of organisations in Victoria interested in developing IWCM projects and working with OLV and other organisations on similar projects...Click for full story
|10 December 2012|
Anna Jennings joined the Clearwater team in September 2011 as the role of Regional Stormwater Policy Advisor. During this time she has presented to and/or visited 37 of the 42 regional councils across Victoria building capacity in Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) and Integrated Water Management (IWM). Sadly, the funding from the Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) and Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) concludes on Friday 14 December...Click for full story
|12 December 2012|
This album showcases regional and rural projects where an IWM or WSUD approach has been implemented. We encourage rural and regional councils to upload and share their project images.
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|3 December 2012|
On Friday 16 November 2012, Clearwater delivered the first Hot Topics event for 2012 in partnership with Melbourne Water, the Office of Living Victoria (OLV), the Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) and the Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD).
The workshop provided participants with an opportunity to hear from State Government representatives and to provide input into the discussion around how Clause 56.07-4 is currently being implemented and how any extension of the clause to other zones could be approached...Click for full story