More and more, the importance of ecologically healthy urban waterways is being recognised as influencing the health and liveability of cities around the world.

Remediating degraded systems is no easy task due to the deep connections to historical, infrastructure, governance and social complexities of urban areas. Effective actions are required at various scales and from a range of disciplines and perspectives.

Phillip Birtles from the Sydney Metropolitan CMA has provided us with resources and links to quality information and interesting perspectives on the topic. He was motivated to do so because he want to help others working in urban waterway restoration. Phillip says his “hope is that it will provide some guidance to those looking to gain ideas and management options to gain holistic view on urban waterway remediation projects.” Read more….

Thank you Philip!