WSA Melbourne Workshop
Responding to the global water challenge:
leadership, risk management & best practice
Today water security is seen as one of the most significant challenges facing the global community. We are witnessing the growing number of organisations developing water stewardship strategies to identify potential risk at the enterprise level.
Until recently no intentional standard existed. The AWS
International Water Stewardship Standard has now been designed to be an
international, ISEAL-compliant, standard that defines a set of water
stewardship principles, criteria, and indicators for how water should be
Water Stewardship Australia (WSA)
WSA is the Asia Pacific regional organisation leading development, adaptation, implementation and promotion of water stewardship as part of the global Alliance of Water Stewardship umbrella.
A variety of speakers across industry, research and government will present their insights including:
Dr Jamie Pittock: Senior Lecturer, Fenner School of Environment
and Society, Director of International Programs, UNESCO Chair in Water
Economics and Transboundary Water Governance and WSA Chair.
The global context of water stewardship
Helen Dornom: Manager,
Policy Strategy Dairy Australia
Agricultural perspective into working with water stewardship standard: Tatura Field milk trail 2012.
Pat Feehan: Feehan Consulting
Natural Resource Management perspective water stewardship
Julia Seddon, Group Environment Manager, Inghams Enterprises
Industrial perspective on water stewardship trial
Prof. John Langford, Uniwater, University of Melbourne, Member
of the International Standard Development Committee, Director WSA.
The global water stewardship standard
Michael Spencer, Chair, Alliance for Water Stewardship, Secretary,
A step-wise approach to water stewardship
Thursday May 23 5.30 - 7 pm Drinks provided
CONTACT DETAILS: Michael Spencer email@example.com 0439 381144