Vision and Transition Strategy for a Water Sensitive Adelaide

Alexander William Gunn, Lara Werbeloff, Christopher John Chesterfield, Katie Hammer, Briony Cathryn Rogers

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Abstract

The Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities (CRCWSC) was invited to develop a WSC vision and transition strategy for Adelaide, encompassing the Greater Adelaide region. This forms part of the Water Sensitive City Visions and Transition Strategies integrated research project(IRP1), which aims to deliver a suite of participatory methods and associated tools for guiding cities and towns in accelerating their water sensitive transitions.

Adelaide is one of five case studies conducted as part of the Water Sensitive City Visions and Transition Strategies project (along with Perth, Sydney, Townsville and Bendigo). The CRCWSC has also undertaken a similar project for Gold Coast outside the IRP1 project structure. As these cases are delivered, findings from across cities will be analysed to develop strategic insights about the agenda of transitioning to a water sensitive Australian cities more broadly.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationMonash University Clayton
PublisherCRC for Water Sensitive Cities
Number of pages79
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Gunn, A. W., Werbeloff, L., Chesterfield, C. J., Hammer, K., & Rogers, B. C. (2017). Vision and Transition Strategy for a Water Sensitive Adelaide. Monash University Clayton: CRC for Water Sensitive Cities.
Gunn, Alexander William ; Werbeloff, Lara ; Chesterfield, Christopher John ; Hammer, Katie ; Rogers, Briony Cathryn. / Vision and Transition Strategy for a Water Sensitive Adelaide. Monash University Clayton : CRC for Water Sensitive Cities, 2017. 79 p.
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