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Pilot project for community engagement in water conservation at Ali Curung



This project involved the design of a community water conservation program for the remote community of Ali Curung, Northern Territory (NT). The aim of the project was to encourage participation and therefore empower the community members to implement water conservation practices in their community. This allows the community to take ownership of the program and also develop knowledge and skills in water conservation practices with the expectation of behaviour changes in the use of limited water supplies.

The project was undertaken by Live & Learn Environmental Education under contract by Power and Water Corporation (NT).

Abstract adapted from Live & Learn Environmental Education


Power and Water Corporation
Darwin Office
Shop 28, Ground Floor, Mitchell Centre
55 Mitchell Street
GPO Box 3596
Darwin NT 0801
Ph: 1800 245 092

Related publications

Abrahams J, Henderson R (2010)

Pilot project for community engagement in water conservation at Ali Curung - final report: key findings, recommendations and options.

Darwin: Northern Territory Power and Water Corporation


Last updated: 18 June 2015
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