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  Australia providing leadership on global water security Current estimates show that the world may face a 40% shortfall in water availability by 2030. Without improved water management, water scarcity and flooding will worsen, with global population growth, increased water usage and climate change exacerbating the crisis. The...

Brisbane's journey to becoming a resilient, water-smart city Water is Brisbane's most precious natural resource and is central to the city's identity and liveability. Water sustains life, underpins the economy and is integral to our enjoyment of the outdoors. As a coastal, subtropical city, Brisbane is...

Griffith University’s Australian Rivers Institute (ARI) is turning the tide on the degradation of river, catchment and coastal ecosystems.  The Institute is one of Australia’s largest university aquatic ecosystem research groups, comprising 160 staff and postgraduate students. ARI brings together academics and researchers from across...

  OceanaGold Corporation is a multinational, mid-tier gold mining company with significant operating, development and exploration experience on a global scale. The Company owns a suite of high-quality world class assets located in the United States, New Zealand and the Philippines. The Company is publicly listed on...

South Asia is home to around a quarter of the global population but has less than 5 per cent of the world’s renewable water resources. Low per capita water availability and a high relative level of water use makes South Asia one of the most water scarce regions...