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It is with great pleasure that we invite you to participate in the second “Practical responses to climate change” conference to be held in Canberra at the National Convention Centre from the 1-3rd of May 2012. The theme for 2012 is ‘Water and Climate: Policy Implementation Challenges'.
The conference in the nation’s capital will provide a forum for presenting strategies for managing a variable and changing climate through the lens of the water sector. It will be an opportunity for policy makers, engineers, scientists, planners and academics to present, hear and debate the latest research and practice on water and climate policy implementation challenges in urban, catchment and coastal environments. High profile national and international speakers will be brought together with delegates from around Australia and the world for a series of plenary lectures and contributed papers that will ensure a vibrant and interesting program. Workshops will be included to allow a forum for debate of key issues and also presentation and discussion of the most recent thinking.
Papers on a range of themes are invited for oral or poster presentation. All papers will be peer reviewed and accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. To ensure you receive regular updates on the program and conference news, please add your name to the mailing list.
On behalf of the National Committee of Water Engineering, our conference sponsors, organisers and scientific advisors, we look forward to welcoming you to Canberra and meeting you at the conference.
Water + Infrastructure Services
Planning Design + Development
Dr Katherine Daniell
H.C. Coombs Policy Forum & Centre for Policy Innovation
The Australian National University
We would like to acknowledge our sponsors for their support
HC Coombs Policy Forum
Crawford School of Public Policy