15 Credits SPRING



Aims/Description: What are the many aspects to consider for the sustainable planning, design and operation of water infrastructure? And to begin with, what is sustainability in practice? This six-block module is aimed at providing students with concepts and analytical tools to handle the complexity of delivering solutions for water sustainability. More specifically, the course covers tools to 1) navigate the competing demands from the various sectors that rely on water systems, including trading-off economic, social, ecological and regulatory considerations across multiple scales; and to 2) navigate the uncertain impacts of climatic, social, environmental and economic change on water supplies and demands.

Staff Contact: ROUGE CHARLES J
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Tutorials, Independent Study
Assessment: Formal Exam

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