Many remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory rely on stressed groundwater or freshwater sources and are exposed to critical water shortages. As part of the Global Goals for Local Communities Paper this case study showcases work by Power and Water Corporation to employ, mentor and train local Indigenous Water Conservation Ambassadors to educate the remote community of Galiwin’ku on positive water behaviours and water efficiency.


AuthorWater Services Association of Australia
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Global Goals for Local Communities Case Study 9: Engaging remote Indigenous communities PDF