The Environment Institute is a not for profit, professional association for environmental practitioners from across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.

The Institute supports environmental practitioners and promotes independent and interdisciplinary discussion on environmental issues. The Institute also advocates environmental knowledge and awareness, advancing ethical and competent environmental practice.

Our members come from all areas of environmental practice and are at the forefront of challenging and complex issues such as climate change, sustainability and preserving biodiversity.

Some members are at the start of their careers, while others are highly regarded experts in their field. No matter what your experience, professional support can be exceptionally valuable when dealing with the complexities of environmental practice.

The Environment Institute is a single business entity comprising an Australian Chapter and New Zealand Chapter. The Australian Chapter has divisions in each state and territory, with Queensland divided into South East Queensland and Far North Queensland. The New Zealand Chapter is constituted as a single division.

The Institute is governed by an elected Board and an Advisory Council. Each Australian Division and the New Zealand Chapter has its own elected committee responsible for the day to day running of the Chapter / Division and the organisation of local educational, professional development and networking events.


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