Join sector experts and leading practitioners in this highly interactive two day event. With content and case studies relevant to carbon management professionals from a cross section of industries, the event will attract participants from tertiary education, local and state government, healthcare and businesses both large and small.


The LGNSW Water Management Conference is an annual event, co-ordinated by local government for local government, providing a forum for discussion on urban water supply and sewerage as well as broader water management issues. In 2017 it is co-hosted by Dubbo Regional Council. Delegates will have the opportunity to find out about the latest water policy initiatives and trends, receive updates on emergent technical issues, benchmark, network and further their professional development and team building capabilities.


The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) will host its biennial conference from 20 - 23 August 2017 in Perth, Western Australia.

The conference will feature six streams covering topics such as asset management, innovation and technology, leadership and management, community and infrastructure, pavements, stormwater, coastal management, street lighting and more.


More than ever, today’s PMOs are seeking to rise above the boom/bust cycle that threatens their own sustainability and the productivity of their organisation’s operations. Incorporating new methodologies, including agile techniques and operational transformations, will position the PMO for ongoing success as trailblazers of their organisation’s objectives and strategic alignment. A leader’s focus determines the reality of their team’s success, by driving productivity, efficiency and incorporating new techniques to achieve excellence through delivery. To add real value and cement a sustainable future within the organisation, PMO leaders must develop this focus alongside a culture of adaptability and flexibility, which is essential to transition smoothly through a volatile environment.


All water industry personnel involved in the operation and maintenance of urban, rural and industrial water related infrastructure for the management, conveyance, treatment, discharge and reuse of water and trade wastes should attend this conference.


By 2050, 9 billion people are expected to inhabit the planet. Water scarcity on the one hand, and flood-proof cites on the other will become our main challenges. Amsterdam International Water Week 2017 presents a new approach that tackles these challenges head on