South East Queensland


  • Members Plus One Luncheon with Senator Larissa Waters - 5th May 15

    The Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (SEQ Division) would like to invite you to our exclusive Members plus One Luncheon. This event allows members to bring a senior colleague along to an intimate luncheon to hear an industry leader speak about their environmental values, objectives and policies.

  • Practice Ethics - Dealing with Ethical Issues in Environmental Practice - 5th May 15

    The workshop will inform you about the basis of ethical thinking, the EIANZ Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, ethics and the public and private sectors, ethics and the law, and give you an opportunity to practice your skills in ethical decision making. Led by experienced environmental and legal practitioners, the workshop will equip you with skills to think through and resolve environmental problems in an ethical and principled manner.

  • Managing and reporting on Contaminated land sites in Queensland - 13th May 15

    Effectively managing all aspects of contaminated land sites is much like mastering a complex jigsaw puzzle! All the pieces must fit together to tell the story, from the initial desktop historical assessments, to in field assessments, sampling, sample transfer, laboratory, data analysis and interpretation, reporting, administrative and auditing assessment through to potential legal aspects associated with impacts upon the receiving environment.

  • Speed Networking - Student and Young Professionals Network - 14th May 15

    Meet a broad range of environmental practitioners from across South East Queensland in a lively night of non-stop networking! Amidst the fun, barriers will be broken down, mentor relationships established and new friendships formed!

  • LEAP Summit - 4th Jun 15

    A two day Summit focussing on the hurdles and pathway forward for environmental legislation, environmental approvals and policy.

  • Strategic Assessment Webinar - 24th Jun 15

    Strategic assessments are landscape scale assessments and unlike project-by-project assessments, which look at individual actions (such as construction and operation of a pipeline or wind farm), they can consider a much broader set of actions. Join us for our 1 hour webinar to explore this topic.

  • Learning to Adapt - Brisbane Program - 9th Sep 15

    9 September, 14 October and 11 November 2015