The event is being presented jointly by the Australian Water Association and Stormwater Queensland. Adam Berry as Stormwater Qld Vice President will bring a balanced perspective to the topic of integration of stormwater aspects into the rural and built environment. Cameron Jackson as Queensland Urban Utilities’ lead Environmental Strategist will present QUU’s approach to nutrient management and offsets as part of an integrated approach to maintaining and improving the health of Moreton Bay.
This presentation will consider:
- Drivers and limitations for integrating stormwater as resource in urban water management
- Source to Bay – current and future health of Moreton Bay?
- Examples of stormwater management initiatives in SEQ
- Think bigger – Scaling up to catchment scale initiatives
- Think Bigger – what about integration of stormwater, potable water and recycled water? From small to massive
Adam Berry, Vice President, Stormwater Queensland
Adam has immersed himself in water through his entire life, loves to surf, fish and in his spare time manages aspects of the water cycle as well! Adam has over 14 years of experience in all aspects of natural and built Floodplain Management at large strategic scales and complex integrated water on ground projects. Adam has had a long career in local government and has pushed his desire to innovate and create now within his own water resources consultancy. His perspective and presentation bring a balance of experience across a wide range of practices and as Vice President of Stormwater Queensland.
Cameron Jackson – Leader Water Quality & Environment, Queensland Urban Utilities
Cameron is an environmental scientist with extensive experience in the water sector and is passionate about biodiversity conservation and protecting the valuable ecosystems across South East Queensland. As the lead Environmental Strategist for Queensland Urban Utilities, Cameron provides advice on water, environment and natural resource management policy. Cameron has been instrumental in the development and implementation of innovative green infrastructure solutions for the water utility sector in Queensland and is excited to continue work in this growing sector.
6:30 Meeting Begins
7:30 Networking and Canapes
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Presentation Only Non-Members - $25
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Full Registration (includes networking and canapes) Non-Members - $45
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