Future of our water

A free public seminar on water resources and how they can be managed in an ecologically sound way, both now and in the future, will take place at Southern Cross University's Riverside campus in Tweed Heads on Wednesday, October 28.

'Water resources in the 21st century', which aims to explore the increasingly controversial global and local issues around this precious natural resource, will be a two-part seminar with presentations by two academics from Southern Cross University's School of Environmental Science and Management.

The presentation is the last in the 2009 Science Conversation Series of popular seminars, held annually by the School of Environmental Science and Management to promote discussion within the community on important environmental issues

'Water resources in the 21st century' will be presented by Associate Professor Caroline Sullivan and Associate Professor Alison Specht on Wednesday, October 28 from 5.30pm- 7.30pm Queensland time (6.30pm-8.30pm NSW time) at Southern Cross University's Riverside campus in Brett Street, Tweed Heads. Light refreshments will be provided. To attend email esm@scu.edu.au or call 02) 6620 3650.



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