Jumping to the Top: Catalysts for leapfrogging to a water sensitive city
conference contributionposted on 05.11.2018, 06:04 by Christoph Brodnik, Jane Holden, Raul Marino, Ashley WrightAshley Wright, V. Copa, Briony Rogers, HS Arifin, R. Brown, K. Djaja, Megan A. Farrelly, RL Kaswanto, D. Marsudiantoro, Dr Dwinanti Marthanty, L. Maryonoputri, E. Payne, M. Purwanto, DR Lovering, Y. Suharnoto, J. Sumabrata, Reni Suwarso, Professor Yusman Syaukat, Christian UrichChristian Urich, Dwi Yuliantoro
This paper synthesises key insights from the transformative change, sustainable urban water management and leapfrogging literature; defines what leapfrogging to a water sensitive city means; and describes three catalysts that facilitate this transition: trans-disciplinary science, cross sectoral collaboration and innovation experiments.
The paper also introduces a joint Australian-Indonesian research program that develops water sensitive city leapfrogging strategies by translating these catalysts into practice.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre
- Land Use and Environmental Planning
- Landscape Architecture
- Urban Analysis and Development
- Urban Design
- Engineering Systems Design
- Design Innovation
- Community Planning
- Building Science and Techniques
- Architectural Science and Technology (incl. Acoustics, Lighting, Structure and Ecologically Sustainable Design)