World Environment Day

eWater Group recognises World Environment Day and the work of our people

Protecting and restoring land from the environmental demands and challenges it faces now and into the future is a key takeaway for World Environment Day today, and a core mission at eWater Group.

We are relied upon to provide creative, science-based, and trusted water management expertise and tools to meet Australian and international needs, and that includes giving back to our local communities, and protecting our environment.

In Australia and globally, our people develop, manage, and deploy tools and services than enhance the sound and responsible management of water, together with our international development program management capabilities in the pursuit of integrated water resource management objectives and poverty reduction.

Locally, we have volunteered in our community by planting nearly 600 native trees on the Gudgenby River near the Namadgi National Park on the border of the ACT and NSW.  The Gudgenby River faces significant pressure from increasing water temperatures, flash flooding, erosion, environmental weeds, and feral pests . Below is a before and after shot of our partnership with the Australian River Restoration Centre.

For us, World Environment Day is an opportunity to encourage conversation on this important issue but more importantly provoke action to protect our local waterways and those who depend on it in their communities, here in Australia or internationally.  

If you want to learn how you can get involved with the Australian River Restoration Centre >

If you want to learn more about the work of the Australian Water Partnership >