Category: Water

Simmonds & Bristow trainees on the job

How can we make urban water smart?

Geoff Ebbs /17 December, 2021

The next in our series of episodes about water management, is a series of interviews with David Bristow, water engineer, expert witness and owner of the water services, training and engineering firm Simmonds & Bristow. Two weeks ago Dave Whitfield interviewed Dr Aysin Dederkofut-Howes about Smart Urban Water, this week, Geoff Ebbs interviews David Bristow Continue Reading →

Dr Aysin Dedekorkut-Howes

Smart Urban Water interviews

Dave Whitfield /1 December, 2021

On today’s EcoRadio, Dave Whitfield interviewed Dr Aysin Dedkorkut-Howes about her work in Urban Water Management. Dr Aysin Dedekorkut-Howes is a Senior Lecturer of Urban and Environmental Planning at the Griffith School of Engineering and Built Environment and a member of the Cities Research Institute.Her current research focuses on climate change adaptation and urban/disaster resilience, Continue Reading →

The Bruxner is broken near Bonshaw

After the floods: the Border Rivers

Geoff Ebbs /10 April, 2021

The Equinox flooding of the East Coast of Australia may not have broken the drought but it has filled the border rivers full to overflowing. Geoff Ebbs took a trip along the border of NSW and Queensland the week after Easter, when the rivers had settled down and most roads were passable. He picked up Continue Reading →