Australia China Environment Development Partnership Seminar: Water and Wetlands


Event details


Date & time

Thursday 29 July 2010


Canberry and Springbank Rooms, Crawford School of Public Policy, #132 Lennox Crossing, ANU




Hannah McInnes
6125 2872
Management of Australia and China&lsque;s precious water and wetland resources is the focus of this half-day seminar. Five of China s leading freshwater researchers will be joined by prominent Australian experts in a discussion on the latest insights and proposed solutions for sustaining our limited freshwater resources. An opportunity also exists to provide suggestions for proposed guidelines for managing wetlands and wetland parks in China.

Please register with Hannah McInnes ( or 6125 2872) to participate.

The Australia-China Environment Development Partnership is a collaboration between the Australian and Chinese Governments, and has a major wetlands and other water resource projects that will feature in this seminar.

The Australian National University hosts leading research on better water management through the UNESCO Chair on Transboundary Water Governance & Economics, Centre for Water Economics and Environmental Policy, ANU Water Initiative, Crawford School of Economics and Government, and the Fenner School of Environment and Society.

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