Focus issue 163 August 2010
Putting a price on water
By Mike Young
Around Australia – and as agreed in the national Water initiative – it is time for water prices to reflect the full cost of using every drop of water.
Urban wastewater management in a resource-constrained world
By Jurg Keller
The increasing pressure on resources and emissions will have a direct and lasting effect on urban wastewater management.
Water for the environment: what have we learned in 25 years?
By Gary Jones
By 2004, the case for ‘water for the environment’ was clear and unarguable across virtually all stakeholder groups in water use and management in Australia.
Manufactured water: achievements and challenges
By Greg Leslie
In years to come the development of infrastructure to secure urban water supplies will be viewed as one of the first major responses to climate change.
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