WSAA and Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA) collaborated to present a consensus view on the structural and regulatory reforms Australia can undertake to avoid urgent and costly decisions that will otherwise be required in the future. Both WSAA and IPA believe there is a strong case for renewed national policy leadership - backed with meaningful incentives - to elevate the consensus about the important of good water policy into an actionable national reform process.


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