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waterway management

Mediocrity

Mediocrity

Mediocrity.

On today’s episode we discuss a trend that we see over and over in the waterway health industry. In the short term, perhaps it delivers acceptable outcomes. In the long term it leads to mediocrity. It starts with a statement like “and the biggest threat to waterway health is…”

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Jack

Front of Mind - What risk management teaches us about waterways

Front of Mind - What risk management teaches us about waterways

Hi there,

Today we're joined by Glenn Browning of Healthy Land and Water for the first of two episodes. In these episodes Glenn runs us through a framework for prioritising waterway management activities that he has been developing. I worked with Glenn at what was then Healthy Waterways in 2014 and I remember the very first iterations of this framework. Since then he has gradually built upon it little by little. In this first episode Glenn tells us how a standard risk management course helped to inform the framework.

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Jack

Finding inspiration - Auburn River

Finding inspiration - Auburn River

Hi there!

In today's episode a trip to Auburn River National Park inspires a discussion of equity in urban waterway management and water sensitive urban design.

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Jack