Water’s Edge is a podcast produced by the Inspector-General of Water Compliance, looking at the ins and outs of its recent reports, audits and investigations into the implementation of the Murray Darling Basin Plan. Hosted by Annabelle Hudson, Water’s Edge aims to break-down the information that can be really hard to understand and digest. It’s conversational, informative, and inclusive, speaking to experts in their field so you can be assured the information you’re listening to is up-to-date and accurate. Subscribe to be notified when a new episode goes to air! And visit the Inspector-General of Water Compliance’s website to read the reports, investigations, and audits in more depth: www.igwc.gov.au
Join the Inspector-General of Water Compliance’s Audit and Investigations team, as they take a look at the latest audit – based on trade in the Border Rivers Region. The Border Rivers Region covers a section of Northern NSW and Southern QLD, and there are separate trading rules across the two jurisdictions. This audit by the Inspector-General identified issues such as water being traded from one state, but not appearing in an accou...
Troy Grant and Annabelle are joined by former Auditor General of Victoria and Western Australia, Des Pearson, who conducted a review into compliance and enforcement across the Murray Darling Basin. Des and Troy are honest and forthcoming with their views about the report, and provide an insight into how water can be better managed across the Basin; with a more consistent approach to water terminologies and water accounting.
In this episode, join the Inspector-General of Water Compliance Troy Grant and Director of Compliance Monitoring Edwina Carter as we dive into the Annual Statement of Compliance for Sustainable Diversion Limits (SDLs). NSW is behind with submitting its Water Resource Plans, so Troy explains why he's worried about the late submissions, and what it means for the communities in the Murray Darling Basin.
In this first episode of "Water's Edge", we meet Troy Grant. We learn about how Troy came to the role, and what his vision and purpose is for the IGWC.
The IGWC aims to improve trust and transparency in implementing the Commonwealth’s Basin water reform agenda, deliver greater consistency and harmonisation of water regulation across the Basin and strengthen Basin Plan compliance and enforcement.
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