Partnering with us to deliver the 22nd International Riversymposium can offer your organisation:
To ensure you can find a package which works best for you and your goals, our partnership prospectus includes a number of ready-made packages, as well as a list of specific sponsorship opportunities – from which you can select one, or many.
Please contact Carla Littlejohn to discuss these opportunities via email, email@example.com or by calling 07 3002 9064.
The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is pleased to be a principal sponsor of the International Riversymposium 2019.
Across the Asia-Pacific region, DFAT is sharing Australia’s experience and expertise in river basin management to protect many of the great rivers of Asia, including the Mekong, Ayeyarwady, Ganges, and Indus.
From catchment to Reef, protecting Queensland’s waterways supports communities and businesses and is a key driver of economic growth.
The Queensland Government’s continued commitment to leading innovations, investments and programs supports the sustainable management of our water resource assets.
By reducing carbon pollution and run-off, we are also building the resilience of the Great Barrier Reef.
Healthy Land and Water is an independent not-for-profit organisation dedicated to protecting and enhancing the natural assets of South East Queensland and beyond. As experts in research, monitoring, evaluation and project management, we deliver innovative and science-based solutions to challenges that pose a threat to the health of our landscapes, waterways and biodiversity.
Brisbane is Australia’s River City and home to more than one million people. Brisbane City Council is committed to finding ways to meet the city’s growing need for water, air and energy resources in a region prone to drought and floods. Brisbane. Clean, Green, Sustainable 2017-2031 highlights key sustainability achievements and future targets to ensure a cleaner, greener and more resilient city.
The Australian Rivers Institute provides world-class science to improve understanding and management of catchment, river, estuarine and coastal ecosystems. Our multidisciplinary team has a solutions focus to protect aquatic biodiversity and repair degraded ecosystems. We are also committed to education that fosters the next generation of ecosystem scientists in sustainably managing water resources across global to local scales.
AWP is an Australian Government initiative helping developing countries primarily in the Indo-Pacific region work towards the sustainable management of their water resources. We enable this by facilitating collaboration between governments, international water agencies and organisations, and our 190+ public and private partners to share Australia’s water sector expertise internationally.
As central Queensland’s Natural Resource Management group, Fitzroy Basin Association (FBA) works for and alongside our regional community to grow a sustainable, productive and profitable region. FBA supports the adoption of environmentally-friendly practices, promotes sustainable development and protects the region’s special places and species through collaborative partnerships with community, industry and all levels of government.
The NESP Northern Australia Hub’s research is based on the common ground among economic, social, cultural and environmental sectors when discussions focus on the sustainable development of northern Australia.
Sunshine Coast Council is one of Australia’s largest and fastest-growing local government areas, containing a network of creeks and rivers spanning 3,700 km.
Through our Environment and Liveability Strategy, council is committed to supporting waterways and wetlands that are healthy, resilient to change and valued by our community.
Supporting change through innovative partnerships like Blue Heart, Sunshine Coast Council, Department of Environment and Science and Unitywater have committed to work together in the Maroochy Catchment to optimise opportunities in a transitioning landscape.
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is the peak natural resource management body in northern Victoria. We work to ensure land and water resources are protected and enhanced as well as improving the region’s social wellbeing and productive capacity in a sustainable manner.
The region comprises the catchments of the Goulburn and Broken rivers and part of the Murray River valley. Although it occupies just 2% of the Murray Darling Basin, the Goulburn Broken Catchment region provides 11% of the Basin’s stream flow.
Alluvium is focused on solving the complex, systemic, and intractable issues that face our society, environment and economy.
With specialist expertise in natural resource management, we deliver an integrated service of best practice science, engineering and economics to understand and manage our catchment, river, estuarine and coastal ecosystems.
Our work delivers positive impact solutions for river health and the regional and urban communities that rely on healthy ecosystems.
The City of Gold Coast’s Catchment Management Unit plans and provides for the conservation, rehabilitation, management and protection of the city’s water and catchment environments to support and maintain the Gold Coast lifestyle that underpins our economy.
The International WaterCentre harnesses the diverse expertise of the world’s leading water professionals to educate and empower individuals, communities and organisations to change the way people think about and address complex water management issues.