Clear Filters
Author
Select author
  • All Advisors
  • Alex Redmond
  • Alexandra Unger
  • Alison Walsh
  • Amy Syvrud
  • Andrea Salus
  • Ben Smith
  • Ben Williams
  • Carolina Estanga
  • Cassandra Stevenson
  • Chris Olszak
  • Christine Axton
  • Clare Ferguson
  • Craig Burns
  • Daniel Brasher
  • David Heeps
  • Ellen Lesslie
  • Emma Dovers
  • Enua Philip
  • Fiona Jones
  • Hannah Powell-Fryer
  • Henry Delves
  • Huw Pohlner
  • Jeff Camkin
  • Jeremy Williams
  • Joseph Lorimer
  • Joshua Moore
  • Justin Story
  • Karlie Travassaros
  • Kate Maddy
  • Kayla Guise
  • Kevin Roche
  • Laura Venables
  • Lawson Cole
  • Malcolm Thompson
  • Martijn Gough
  • Megha Nikhil
  • Nic Lansdell
  • Nick Clarke
  • Oliver Snow
  • Peter Corish
  • Rachel von Gerhardt
  • Rajiv Venkatraman
  • Robert Vertessy
  • Rod Coulton
  • Ryan Gormly
  • Sally Matchett
  • Sarah Leck
  • Stephanie Buis
  • Stephen Dovers
  • Susie Mills
  • Terry Bailey
  • Tim Ryan
  • Tom Mollenkopf
  • Wendy Craik
  • Will Fargher
  • Yvette Colton
Services
  • Economics
  • Strategy
  • Policy
  • Performance
Sectors
  • Water Markets
  • Water Policy & Management
  • Water Utilities & Infrastructure
  • Resilience & Adaptation
Tags
  • Aither Quarterly Letter
  • Premium
  • Projects
  • Aither in the news
  • Aither Entitlement Index
  • WaterGuide
  • Water Markets Report
  • B Corp
  • Report
Published Date
  • 2014
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021
  • 2022
  • 2023

Who pays for coastal adaptation?

20 April 2023

Who pays for coastal adaptation?

BDA helps identify coastal adaptation beneficiaries and informs fair cost allocation, but...

Overcoming adaptation planning challenges

20 April 2023

Overcoming adaptation planning challenges

Effective adaptation planning is vital to addressing the clear and inevitable effects of...

Nascent environmental markets in a time of transition

21 June 2022
Premium

Nascent environmental markets in a time of transition

Environmental markets are an important mechanism to drive investment towards solving some...

The need to transform adaptation

21 June 2022
Premium

The need to transform adaptation

Strategic, long-term adaptation planning is vital to addressing the clear and inevitable...

Lessons from Queensland’s coastal adaptation planning process

21 June 2022
Premium

Lessons from Queensland’s coastal adaptation planning process

Aither undertook cost benefit analyses of potential adaptation options to protect...

Dollars and sense: Using environmental economics to improve decision making

1 December 2021
Premium

Dollars and sense: Using environmental economics to improve decision making

Environmental and natural resource economists are sought by governments and businesses to...

Investment in natural capital – benefits, barriers and opportunities for government

15 September 2021
Premium

Investment in natural capital – benefits, barriers and opportunities for government

Natural capital is integral to life on earth. However, the benefits provided by natural...

Investment in natural capital – benefits, barriers and opportunities for government

15 September 2021

Investment in natural capital – benefits, barriers and opportunities for government

Natural capital is integral to life on earth. However, the benefits provided by natural...

Communicating economics to influence coastal adaptation decision-making

8 March 2021

Communicating economics to influence coastal adaptation decision-making

Economic analysis is an important component of coastal management decision-making. To...

Communicating economics to influence coastal adaptation decision-making

8 March 2021
Premium

Communicating economics to influence coastal adaptation decision-making

Economic analysis is an important component of coastal management decision-making. To...

Modelling the benefits of bushfire management

8 November 2020
Premium

Modelling the benefits of bushfire management

Better bushfire management decisions require understanding the relative benefits of...

Modelling the benefits of bushfire management

6 November 2020

Modelling the benefits of bushfire management

Better bushfire management decisions require understanding the relative benefits of...

Economic appraisal for Wicked Problems

30 April 2020

Economic appraisal for Wicked Problems

Aither recently attended the AARES conference where the keynote speech was about Wicked...

A collaborative framework for monitoring and evaluation in the NSW marine estate

14 February 2020
Projects

A collaborative framework for monitoring and evaluation in the NSW marine estate

The NSW Marine Estate Management Authority (MEMA) agencies and Marine Estate Knowledge...

Invaluable evaluations – how non-market values strengthen evaluations

19 December 2019

Invaluable evaluations – how non-market values strengthen evaluations

Evaluations allow you to improve future delivery, capture lessons for the design and...

Valuing and funding coral reef restoration in Seychelles

13 December 2019

Valuing and funding coral reef restoration in Seychelles

Aither is working with the World Bank and project partners to support the development and...

Making bushfire risk mitigation funding more attractive

13 December 2019

Making bushfire risk mitigation funding more attractive

Allocating funding to avoid long term and uncertain future costs is not the simplest or...

Funding public land – barriers to innovation

13 December 2019

Funding public land – barriers to innovation

Australia’s network of public land and parks supports a range of environmental, social,...

Focus on the future: rethinking strategy in the water and environment sectors

24 October 2019

Focus on the future: rethinking strategy in the water and environment sectors

What role does futures thinking have in the water and environment sectors, and how can...

Post-disaster inquiries – are we learning yet?

22 October 2019

Post-disaster inquiries – are we learning yet?

The Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC (BNHCRC) have published the Disaster Inquiries...

Valuing environmental services

20 September 2019

Valuing environmental services

The environment delivers a range of services that are valuable, yet these values are often...

Drought policy, climate change and the new normal.

1 September 2019

Drought policy, climate change and the new normal.

Climate change is fundamentally changing the exposure of Australian agriculture and...

Climate change – turning up the heat on regional growth

15 February 2018

Climate change – turning up the heat on regional growth

The 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics are currently in full swing, with 2,952 athletes from...

A sense of urgency reveals the true value of water

9 February 2018

A sense of urgency reveals the true value of water

The world has turned its attention to Cape Town and its current water crisis but it is far...

That disaster was your fault

6 February 2018

That disaster was your fault

Until relatively recently it was a commonly held view that climate change had a...

Risky business: insurance premiums signal risk

17 November 2017

Risky business: insurance premiums signal risk

The recent storms and floods affecting the United States and its Caribbean territories...

We must think beyond emergencies to build disaster resilience

3 July 2017

We must think beyond emergencies to build disaster resilience

The scale of a disaster is not necessarily measured by the size of a fire or the category...

Tackling climate risks requires multiple adaptation options

21 June 2017

Tackling climate risks requires multiple adaptation options

There is often a desire to find a single optimal solution to climate risk. After working...

Prioritising natural disaster funding – mitigation vs recovery

9 March 2017

Prioritising natural disaster funding – mitigation vs recovery

In the last few years a number of organisations have called for a substantial increase in...

Economic principles for practical coastal adaptation

8 March 2017
Premium

Economic principles for practical coastal adaptation

The current approach to assessing the costs and benefits of coastal adaptation is not...

Why agriculture is so important to solving water scarcity

2 February 2017

Why agriculture is so important to solving water scarcity

Over coming decades, hundreds of communities will likely be faced with the prospect of...

Securing water supplies requires more than just infrastructure

18 November 2016

Securing water supplies requires more than just infrastructure

The Economist recently published an in-depth article on water scarcity. The article called...

Pokemon Go, Facebook and the new VicEmergency app

17 November 2016

Pokemon Go, Facebook and the new VicEmergency app

Leveraging smart technology to create an integrated and responsive emergency management...

Energy transitions and structural adjustment

5 November 2016

Energy transitions and structural adjustment

The recent announcement that the Hazelwood power station will close is likely a win for...

A principled approach to Australian emergency management

13 November 2014

A principled approach to Australian emergency management

Aither’s recent review of Australian and international emergency management arrangements...