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How valuing water can help improve decisions

8 November 2020
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How valuing water can help improve decisions

Valuing water can guide governments, utilities, businesses and investors to solve many of...

How valuing water can help improve decisions

6 November 2020

How valuing water can help improve decisions

Valuing water can guide governments, utilities, businesses and investors to solve many of...

Partnering to support water sector reforms and amplify Australia’s influence in Central Asia

24 July 2020
WaterGuide

Partnering to support water sector reforms and amplify Australia’s influence in Central Asia

A strategic partnership between AWP, the Asian Development Bank and Aither helped shape a...

Inquiry into the Murray-Darling Basin Agreement

22 April 2020

Inquiry into the Murray-Darling Basin Agreement

Water resources in the Murray River are shared across multiple states through a set of...

A 10-year Strategy for the Victorian Water Register

19 March 2020
Report

A 10-year Strategy for the Victorian Water Register

The Victorian Water Register has provided a central record of all water ownership, trade,...

Valuing the invaluable: economic and social assessment for recreation and tourism

25 November 2019

Valuing the invaluable: economic and social assessment for recreation and tourism

Aither was engaged by the Snowy Monaro Regional Council to undertake an economic...

Focus on the future: rethinking strategy in the water and environment sectors

24 October 2019

Focus on the future: rethinking strategy in the water and environment sectors

What role does futures thinking have in the water and environment sectors, and how can...

Reflections from Stockholm World Water Week 2019

17 October 2019

Reflections from Stockholm World Water Week 2019

Reflections and insights from the Water Governance Seminar series at World Water Week 2019...

Five takeaways from WaterGuide workshop at the World Bank

6 August 2019
WaterGuide

Five takeaways from WaterGuide workshop at the World Bank

Aither and the World Bank Group convened a workshop in Washington DC, with support from...

Water for Good – Ten years later, what comes next?

26 June 2019

Water for Good – Ten years later, what comes next?

This year marks ten years since the release of Water for Good, the South Australian...

WaterGuide wins Water Industry Alliance award

12 June 2019
WaterGuide

WaterGuide wins Water Industry Alliance award

Aither is pleased to have won the 2019 Water Industry Alliance Smart Water Award for...

‘Tipping point’: Prof Rob Vertessy on fish deaths and future-proofing the Murray-Darling Basin

30 May 2019

‘Tipping point’: Prof Rob Vertessy on fish deaths and future-proofing the Murray-Darling Basin

We interview Aither Senior Associate, Prof Rob Vertessy on fish deaths and future-proofing...

World Water Day Address

22 March 2019

World Water Day Address

Though maybe less so for the 40 per cent of the world’s people affected by water...

Ground level reflections from High Level Panel initiatives

26 April 2018

Ground level reflections from High Level Panel initiatives

As an initiative to support the now-concluded High-level Panel on Water (HLPW),...

A Guide to Managing Water for the Environment

31 March 2018
WaterGuide

A Guide to Managing Water for the Environment

A framing paper for the High-Level Panel on Water. This practical guide is an Australian...

What’s the catch(ment condition)?

31 January 2018

What’s the catch(ment condition)?

The Victorian Catchment Management Council (VCMC) released its five-yearly Catchment...

Are water markets the solution for Iran?

29 January 2018

Are water markets the solution for Iran?

During a recent intergovernmental dialogue on addressing water scarcity in Iran there was...

Risky business: insurance premiums signal risk

17 November 2017

Risky business: insurance premiums signal risk

The recent storms and floods affecting the United States and its Caribbean territories...

Sharing of risk to enable the delivery of policy outcomes

31 October 2017

Sharing of risk to enable the delivery of policy outcomes

The recently released Productivity Commission report declares that the ability for the...

Aither leads Australian engagement with Jordan on solutions to water scarcity

18 September 2017

Aither leads Australian engagement with Jordan on solutions to water scarcity

Aither has collaborated with the Australian Water Partnership (AWP) and Australian...

Water markets in New South Wales

31 March 2017
Report

Water markets in New South Wales

Improving understanding of market fundamentals, development, and current status. A final...

WaterGuide

29 March 2017
WaterGuide

WaterGuide

Setting a path to improved water resource management and use under scarcity. WaterGuide is...

A review of socio-economic neutrality in the context of Murray-Darling Basin Plan implementation

3 March 2017
Report

A review of socio-economic neutrality in the context of Murray-Darling Basin Plan implementation

A Final Report prepared for the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries –...

Water and Australia’s Foreign Policy

28 February 2017
Report

Water and Australia’s Foreign Policy

Submission to the Australian Government’s Foreign Policy White Paper. A Submission...

The case for value-based water management

13 February 2017

The case for value-based water management

Improving water management outcomes requires better decisions about investment in,...

IPART MDBA expenditure review

7 February 2017
Report

IPART MDBA expenditure review

A review of MDBA expenditure and cost sharing in New South Wales. A Final Report prepared...

What’s wrong with water productivity?

3 February 2017

What’s wrong with water productivity?

Aither's Simon Hone is in Islamabad for the launch of the Australian Government’s Water...

Why agriculture is so important to solving water scarcity

2 February 2017

Why agriculture is so important to solving water scarcity

Over coming decades, hundreds of communities will likely be faced with the prospect of...

Water crises a top global risk for 6th year in a row

16 January 2017

Water crises a top global risk for 6th year in a row

The World Economic Forum (WEF) last week published the 2017 edition of its Global Risks...

What does 2017 hold for water management?

13 January 2017

What does 2017 hold for water management?

2016 was a big year for the international water management community. The Sustainable...

Valuing natural capital in the Solomon Islands

22 December 2016

Valuing natural capital in the Solomon Islands

Global value of ecosystem services is at US$125 trillion per annum and potential losses...

Securing water supplies requires more than just infrastructure

18 November 2016

Securing water supplies requires more than just infrastructure

The Economist recently published an in-depth article on water scarcity. The article called...

US election continues water privatisation experiment

14 November 2016

US election continues water privatisation experiment

A Trump presidency portends major change in the way natural resources are managed in...

DC Water issues America’s first environmental impact bond

9 November 2016

DC Water issues America’s first environmental impact bond

Social impact bonds and pay-for-success government contracting are rapidly gaining in...

Dams, dams and maybe some pipelines: Commonwealth issues guidelines on National Water Infrastructure

8 November 2016

Dams, dams and maybe some pipelines: Commonwealth issues guidelines on National Water Infrastructure

The Australian Government has recently released guidelines for the capital component of...

Energy transitions and structural adjustment

5 November 2016

Energy transitions and structural adjustment

The recent announcement that the Hazelwood power station will close is likely a win for...

Note on water policy and management – Jan 2016

2 February 2016

Note on water policy and management – Jan 2016

Australian water policy and management is the envy of the world but significant challenges...