Insights on resilience and flooding in 2016 Queensland Budget

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This week the annual Queensland Budget was tabled.  Among the…

Upcoming event

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To build on the open minded thinking stimulated by the February Flood Hypothetical – an event in early August aims to develop a more substantiated set of principles and design options for the Brisbane River catchment.

Queensland Local Government Coastal Hazard Adaptation Program

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The Local Government Association of Queensland, through a budget allocation of $12 million from the Queensland Government, have a funding offer for project proposals from coastal local governments to undertake coastal hazard adaptation planning - QCoast2100

Queensland active at Flood Management Australia Conference

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Queenslanders participated across a range of activity at the annual FMA conference with Shoalhaven - City Council at Nowra, NSW in May

Flood resilience of river catchments - Report from Queensland Audit Office 

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In April in this audit, the effectiveness of flood resilience activities since 2011, focusing specifically on the Bremer, Lockyer, Mid and Upper Brisbane River catchments was examined and presented to the State Government

New website now launched

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Stay up to date with all the Flood Community of Practice news and events on the new website

Hypothetical - February 4, 2016

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Looking back from after the Brisbane River 2036 flood, what did we do over the last 20 years to minimise the flood impacts and build community, environmental and economic resilience???

Integrating flood issues into other programs - 27 October 2015

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How do we best integrate flood risk management into resource management, regional land use and infrastructure programmes?

Collaboration on technical and social flood issues - March 5, 2015

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Collaboration that feeds technical and social issues into flood risk management solutions - how is this going

Workshop - October 29, 2014

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Breaching the barriers to effective flood risk management