Institute Director Professor Max Finlayson is the Ramsar Chair for the Wise Use of Wetlands, a position that is part of a collaborative agreement between the Ramsar Convention Secretariat, Charles Sturt University and the IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, based in The Netherlands. A recent interview (with Associate Professor of Environmental Systems Analysis, Anne van Dam) which appears on the IHE Delft's web page explains what the position means, its key activities to date and what is next.
End of cyber life
Professor Adam Steen has led a research project on Estate Planning in Australia which showed that over 71 per cent of people with digital assets were unaware of what would happen to them when they died or became disabled. Not surprisingly the story had excellent media uptake regionally and nationally. Media release Podcast of one of his many interviews
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