Australia is the driest inhabited continent in the world and yet we use more water per person than most other countries on the globe.

Until a few decades ago, Australia met its demands for water by drawing freshwater from dams and water catchments. Today, climate change and population growth are putting ever more strain on our water supplies.

Every third week of October is National Water Week.

This week we encourage you to take some time to think about the importance of water.

Water is the lifeblood of our community, economy, health and wellbeing and we should never take it for granted.

National Water Week is a catalyst to inspire us as individuals, communities, and organisations to build awareness around the value of water.

Access to clean water is critical to our daily lives, and it’s down to all of us to protect our water environments and resources and use water wisely.

Take a few moments to check out the following link below and spare a thought for the vital role that water plays in connecting us all.

Water drives economic growth, supports healthy ecosystems, and is fundamental for life. Our collaborations in water management continue to guide us in this crucial space.

Sequana is a leading client-side project and program management, water engineering and advisory consultancy for the Australian water industry.

Sequana proudly supports the water industry with a longstanding history and experience in infrastructure development and project management.

We are United by Water and this is a fitting theme for National Water Week 2023 and a timely reminder that water touches every aspect of our development and we need to ensure that it is sustainable, reliable, and resilient to drought and a changing climate.

Sequana is proud to play its part in developing unique and innovative solutions to increase water security, improve water efficiency and help build greater long-term resilience to droughts and water scarcity.

https://www.nationalwaterweek.org/