The South East Queensland Division (SEQ) is the largest of the Divisions within Australia. We are proactive in working with members, companies, government and the community to further the work of environmental practitioners.
We have an annual planning day when we come together to discuss industry issues and the future plans for the Division.
We have an active professional development program covering a variety of environmental topics. These range from small information sessions to webinars to large full day forums. View our events here.
SEQ Division actively contributes to state environmental policy issues through formal submissions. Submissions are available under 'Resources'.
Queensland is the only Australian state that is home to two EIANZ divisions. Members who reside or work within postcodes 4700 and below are represented by the South East Queensland Division. While those in postcodes 4701 and above generally belong to the Far North Queensland.
We are always open to engaging with members, talking about suggested events and opportunities. Feel free to contact our office any time to have a chat.
For more information on the SEQ Division, refer to the:
Call for Ideas – communications in a post-truth world
The Oxford Dictionaries word of the year in 2016 was “post-truth” – an adjective defined as ‘relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion that appeals to emotion and personal belief’.
The Professional Development committee of the SEQ division of the EIANZ is seeking expression interests to convene an evening forum on, how, in a post-truth world, should environmental professionals communicate and amplify evidence based arguments and analysis?
If you have suggestions for speakers or topics on this issue, please contact Olivia Williamson, chair of the SEQ PD Committee by email on firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 March 2017.