New NIWA-led research shows increasing flood risk is going to be what leads people to make changes to adapt to sea-level rise.
Precious taonga that were used by Māori to fish and catch whitebait are on display as part of an exhibition celebrating the relationship Ngāi Tahu has with wetlands.
Online training course hosted by Water New Zealand.
Taumata Arowai will provide an update on their establishment and work underway.
Join us for a webinar on Te Mana o te Wai and Te Oranga o te Taiao.
ICUD will be held virtually from 25 - 28 October 2021
In this week's Pipeline - an update from Taumata Arowai; take a look at the recently released draft Drinking Water Acceptable solutions; world's first positive news platform, and act quickly to get your earlybird registration for the 2021 Water Asset Management Forum - closes 17 Oct.
In this week's pipeline - the Water Services Bill has been passed by Government; New dates announced for the Water New Zealand Conference and Expo 2021 and advance your career in water by joining the October cohort of our Digital Badges.
How's your Te Reo use going in this Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week)?
In this week's Pipeline update: find out how to translate your job title using te Reo Māori with our Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2021 – Ngā momo Kaimahi Whakapai Wai poster; register for our lunchtime webinar on understanding the importance of your water networks; read about the power of wastewater testing and save the dates in your calendar for next year's Modelling Symposium, 16-17 March 2022, in Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington)