News posts tagged "Andrew Johnson"

Policy innovation assists reform and strengthens collaboration

Monday, 30 April, 2018

The Nepal-Australia Joint Advisory Committee on Water Resources Management recently met in Nepal to review current projects and explore new opportunities. ICE WaRM convenes this meeting between Nepal and Australia as part of its contribution to the Sustainable Development Investment Portfolio (SDIP).

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Setting a course for water in Asia Pacific

Wednesday, 10 January, 2018

ICE WaRM, represented by Executive Sector Specialist, Andrew Johnson, attended the 3rd Asia-Pacific Water Summit (APWS), held in Yangon, Myanmar on 11-12 December 2017, which aimed to promote cooperation and partnership, as well as share knowledge and experiences to resolve future challenges in water sufficiency for sustainable development.

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Benefiting from evidence based policy

Monday, 25 September, 2017

Nepalese Parliamentary Delegation visit Australia to share experience of reform, policy and practice.

Water is a significant natural resource for Nepal and is abundant throughout the country in the form of snow cover, rivers, springs, lakes and groundwater.

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4th Australian Water School, Fundamentals of Water Science, Technology and Governance

Friday, 3 May, 2013

The School is an intensive 3-day professional short course that is fast becoming the national standard for training in water-focussed organisations, public and private. The School provides an excellent overview of the current technical, economic, environmental and legislative issues associated with water resources management.

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Australia Among World Leaders, Says Expert

Friday, 5 February, 2010

DavidPilz_Richard_AndrewVisiting United States water specialist David Pilz believes Australia is setting an example for many countries with its pioneering work in water trading and markets.

And he’s also pointed to ICE WaRM’s water resources management training programmes as a key in addressing a critical shortage of water industry professionals.

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