Restorative engineering is a new approach to engineering of ecosystems to manage complex and endangered ecological communities. It uses a multi-disciplinary approach to understand natural systems so that they can be reconstructed biomimetically.
Join William Glamore, Water Research Laboratory UNSW and Kylie Russell, Port Stephens Fisheries Institute, as they demonstrate how restorative engineering has been successfully used in Australian projects.
Associate Professor William Glamore is a Principal Research Fellow at UNSW and leads a team examining tidal environments, with a focus on large-scale nature re-construction. He was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 2005 and a Green Globe Award in 2015 and is the Chair of PIANC A-NZ.
Kylie Russell is a Senior Manager at DPI Fisheries and has worked in the wetland rehabilitation field for over 10 years. Her experience includes wetland environmental science, cross-agency negotiation, government policy setting and developing business cases for large scale remediation.