ILWS - Charles Sturt University
ILWS - Charles Sturt University

Partnerships and Linkages

The Institute is an important contributor to policy making and management decisions that contribute to ensuring a sustainable future. It has well-established partnerships and linkages with State and Federal Government departments, agencies, organisations and other tertiary institutions both in Australia and overseas.

Much of the research work undertaken by the Institute relies on financial and in-kind assistance from various funding bodies, government departments and agencies.

Funding partners in 2017 and 2018 include:

International

Danone/Evian; National Geographic Society; United States Agency for International Aid (USAID); IHE-Delft Institute for Water Education (The Netherlands) & UK Darwin Initiative Fund

National

Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR); Australian Research Council; Commonwealth Environmental Water Office; CSIRO; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation; High Performance Soils CRC; Murray Darling Basin Authority; National Mental Health Commission

State

Family & Community Services (FACS) NSW Liveable Communities; Forestry Corporation of NSW; NSW Office of Environment & Heritage (OEH); NSW Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI)-Fisheries; NSW Police Force; NSW Environment Trust & WA Department of Biodiversity, Conservation & Attractions

Regional

Albury City Council (NSW); Federation Council (NSW); Goulburn Broken CMA; Holbrook Landcare; Marathon Health; Mid North Coast Local Health District; Murray LLS &  Murrumbidgee Primary Health District

Industry

Murray Irrigation Ltd; Murrumbidgee Irrigation Ltd & Snowy Hydro Ltd

Other

Australian Academy of Science (WH Gladstone’s Population & Environment Fund); Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (Global Connections Fund); ANZ Trustees Foundation (Holsworth Research Endowment Fund); Birdlife Australia;  Hermon Slade Foundation; Ian Potter Foundation; Lake Cowal Foundation; Monash University; Recreational Fishing Trust; Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners & Wildlife Preservation Society of Australia

Funding partners in 2015/16 include:

International

Darwin Initiative Fund; International Development Research Centre; Wetlands International-South Asia; Danone/Evian; Asia Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN)

National

Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR); Australian Research Council; Australian Centre for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis; Commonwealth Environmental Water Office; Department of Agriculture & Water Resources (Fisheries & Forestry); Director of National Parks; CSIRO; Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation; Department of the Environment; Murray-Darling Basin Authority; Murray-Darling Basin Futures CRN

State

Family and Community Services NSW Liveable Communities; NSW Office of Environment and Heritage; NSW Environment Trust (Bush Connects); Forestry Corporation of NSW; NSW Ministry of Police & Emergency Services' Community Resilience Innovation Program; NSW Department of Primary Industries (Fisheries); Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning (Vic); NSW Trade & Investment; Department of Primary Industries; Department of Environment and Primary Industries –Fisheries Victoria; Department of Environment and Climate Change (NSW); State Water (NSW); NSW Police Force

Regional

Central Tablelands Local Land Services; Holbrook Landcare Network; Blue Mountains City Council; Katoomba Neighbourhood Centre Inc.; Springwood Neighbourhood Centre Co-operative Ltd; North Central Catchment Management Authority; Greater Sydney Local Land Services; Canterbury and Fairfield Councils; Central West Local Land Services (LLS); Murray LLS; Goulburn Broken CMA; North Central CMA; Regional Development Australia - Riverina

Other

Australian Wildlife Society; Hermon Slade Foundation; Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners; Wildlife Preservation Society of Australia Ltd.; ANZ Trustees Foundation – Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment; Lake Cowal Foundation; NSW Environment Trust; NRM North; University of Tasmania

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