Annual Conference

EIANZ Annual Conference

EIANZ Annual Conference

2017 Annual Conference

EIANZ's 2017 Annual Conference will be held on Monday 30 and Tuesday 31 October 2017 in Wellington, New Zealand. The theme for the 2017 conference is Tu Kaha: Stand Tall, Fronting up with wicked solutions.

View the promotional video for the Wellington conference →

We look forward to seeing you there.

Become a partner or an exhibitor

The 2017 Annual Conference offers a fantastic opportunity to showcase your organisation to a broad cross section of environmental practitioners. Partners will have the opportunity to engage with leaders in the environment profession, with delegates coming from all levels of government, industry, consulting and academia from Australia, New Zealand and beyond.

You can choose one of our partnership packages or talk to us about a tailored package to suit your needs.

Download the sponsorship prospectus →

Contact Narelle Mewburn to discuss partnership options on + 613 8593 4140 or +64 9887 6972 or by email on conference@eianz.org.


2016 Annual Conference

The Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand's 2016 Annual Conference was held in Brisbane. The Conference is EIANZ's signature event and provides outstanding value to members and other environmental practitioners. It was an excellent opportunity for environmental practitioners to expand their horizons, challenge conventional thinking and network with fellow professionals. It was also a great opportunity for members to showcase their work and share important lessons with their peers.

This year’s theme was Foundations for Tomorrow. We explored environmental trends and their influence on the environment industry through to 2050.

The conference considered the following themes:

  • Evolving legislative regimes
  • Changing social and community attitudes and expectations
  • Emerging impacts of environmental change
  • Development of new economic tools for better environmental management
  • New technologies and their application, including developments in the renewable energy sector
  • New approaches to training the next generation of environmental practitioners.

Download a copy of the program →