13 May 2021

Stormwater conference - engaging with iwi

Environmental Planner, Tina Porou says there's a real willingness in the stormwater sector to understand how Te Mana o te Wai will influence the management of stormwater.

She was one of the keynote speakers at the Water New Zealand Stormwater Conference.

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Conference focuses on key stormwater challenges

The government’s ambitious water reforms and embedding the concept of Te Mana o te Wai into legislation will be key areas under the spotlight at the Water New Zealand Stormwater Conference in Tauranga starting today.

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Stormwater – the poor cousin of the water sector

Investment in stormwater infrastructure is lagging well behind drinking and wastewater investment despite the challenges posed by climate change and the need for the development of water sensitive towns and cities.

The Water New Zealand Stormwater conference gets underway in Tauranga this week (12-14 May) and the focus will be on tackling these issues as well as the government’s three waters reforms.

13 May 2021

Pipeline 13 May 2021

We're having a great week in Tauranga at the Stormwater Conference, but if you didn't get to join us this time, we've got plenty more events and opportunities coming up over the next few weeks. Our latest Water magazine is now online and there's a pile of interesting and informative reading to keep you well occupied in these cooler days.

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Pipeline 29 April 2021

Can you believe that Stormwater 2021 is less than two weeks away? Don't miss out on this year's amazing program.

In this week's Pipeline; a look into the state of New Zealand's water infrastructure; new Inspiring the Future programme to broaden young people's career horizons; and the latest Association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies

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Pipeline 15 April 2021

In this issue of Pipeline: There is still time to nominate a colleague for a stormwater award; register for the next Taumata Arowai update webinar; as the latest Association updates, industry news, events and job vacancies.

‘Ka ora te wai, ka ora te whenua, ka ora ngā tāngata’

‘If the water is healthy, the land is healthy, the people are healthy’

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