In early February, Kini launched its interview series with leading water practitioners addressing water challenges and how best to face them. The aim of the interviews is to gain insights from local Australian water experts and to stimulate discussions around related stories and challenges within communities throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
The first two Kini interviews are with Chris O’Neill — an environmental engineer and Financial Director of Hydronumerics whose mission is to bring innovative, state-of-the-art and solution based services to the global water industry — and Brad Moggridge, currently a doctoral researcher at the University of Canberra and also the Indigenous Liaison Officer at the National Environmental Science Programme Threatened Species Recovery Hub.
To further support and add more value for Kini members, a series of related blog posts are published alongside the interviews. Each blog supports the topics in more depth and may provide additional resources.
The AWP has scheduled more interviews with leading water practitioners and will be publishing them on a regular basis on Kini.
If you are a water practitioner or stakeholder from Australia or the Asia-Pacific, we welcome you to become a contributor and/or follower of Kini – register for free to become a Kini member here. Additionally, if you would like to be part of the Kini interview series, please submit an Expression of Interest – we would be happy to hear your story.
UPDATE [19 August 2019]: Kini is a retired brand of the AWP and IWCAN. The Kini Interview Series and related content is now integrated across AWP’s website. Please contact us if you would like to contribute to an interview or article.