Utilities, councils, developers and other key stakeholders in the Barwon region have a keen interest in adopting good practice Integrated Water Cycle Management (ICM) particularly in the context of prolonged water stress and population pressures and the opportunity to influence the design of new urban developments. As part of the Global Goals for Local Communities Paper this case study showcases work by Barwon Water to establish the Barwon Region IWCM Network with local government and the Corangamite Catchment Management Authority to commit to a more integrated approach to urban and water planning.


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