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Katie Hammer

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Katie Hammer currently works with the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities, based at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Her role with the CRC involves managing and providing research and analytical support to Integrated Research Project 1 – Water Sensitive City Visions and Transition Strategies. Katie was involved in a previous CRCWSC project focused on shaping Perth as a water sensitive city, and also supported the CRCWSC’s Society research program. Previously, Katie has worked as a corrosion engineer designing cathodic protection systems for reinforced concrete structures across the United States. She currently holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park.

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Strategy

22 Jul 2018

This Vision and Transition Strategy defines a vision of a water sensitive future for Bendigo, Victoria, and outlines the broad steps Bendigo should take to enable a transition towards this future. It is the outcome of nine months of research, analysis and engagement with 31...

Strategy

17 Jul 2018

This report argues that Townsville has strong momentum towards achieving its vision of a future water sensitive city. However, strategic attention is needed to overcome the social and institutional barriers that could impede further on-ground progress.

Strategy

16 Jul 2018

This Vision and Transition Strategy defines a vision of a water sensitive future for Greater Sydney, NSW, and outlines the broad steps the city should take to enable a transition towards this future. It is the outcome of a project by the Cooperative Research Centre...

Policy report

24 Apr 2018

The City of Gold Coast (the City) engaged the Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities (CRCWSC) to develop a water sensitive city vision and transition strategy for the Gold Coast, drawing on its ongoing research focused on developing methods and tools to guide cities...

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