Rima Itani

 

 


 

Rima is a Planning Engineer for a major Western Australian water authority. She currently specialises in the area of Wastewater and Environmental Management. Rima has also worked on climate change water projects that have influenced government policies and adapted Western Australia’s approach to managing surface water in a drying climate.

Rima’s professional career spans 10 years, half of which has been dedicated to engaging the community and government agencies to come to important decisions about education, water management and climate resilience. Rima is currently completing her Master’s degree in Water, Wastewater and Waste Engineering. She holds two bachelor degrees, a Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology and a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing Management.

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Nov 21st 2016

This subject explores the world of water management on a drying planet. In this subject you will take the journey of water - how it began, and its availability today in light of global warming and urbanisation. You will see that the natural environment is reaching a threshold, and the impact that has for us and the water supplies that we rely on. We will answer the questions -what are organisations and policy makers doing to secure our water future? How is society working together towards climate resilience?

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