08 Sep Steven Kenway
Steven is a scientist and manager with senior experience in research, industry, and government developed through roles with The University of Queensland, CSIRO, Brisbane Water, Sydney Water, and private consulting. He has worked with urban water, wastewater and stormwater, and related energy and greenhouse gas issues since 1990.
Steven’s work spans multiple disciplines including natural resources management and engineering and wider urban design, planning, economics, and governance. He has developed urban metabolism theory, including its links to integrated water management, circular economy and industrial ecology.
Steven’s work is enhancing performance benchmarking of cities, shaping development, guiding policy and infrastructure investment locally and internationally. He has authored over 115 peer-reviewed articles (over 200 total articles), including over 50 Scopus-listed articles to 2020.
Steven is a regular funded plenary and invited keynote presenter to peak international forums including: World Water Forum, World Water Congress, and World Water Week. He has secured over $7.2 million for his research area and delivered a range of significant international projects of high impact for the Water Research Foundation, Asian Development Bank, and CRC Water Sensitive Cities
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