Far North Queensland

  • 19 May 2021

    FNQ | Careers in Environmental Science

    The FNQ Division of EIANZ invites you to an evening focusing on careers in environmental science.

    Would you like to find out about where an degree in environmental science (or related field) could take you? Come along and listen to industry professionals talk about how a degree in environmental science got them to where they are today! Topics covered may include: resumes and cover letters, internships, job applications and general information about working in an environmental field. The speakers on this evening come from a range of industries and backgrounds.

    This event will be offered as an in person event as well as being livestreamed.

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  • 26 May 2021

    EIANZ | Notice of Special General Meeting

    The EIANZ Board has adopted changes to Institute’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct (Code) to recognise Indigenous knowledge, values, and rights. The proposed changes were initially developed by the Institute’s Indigenous Engagement Working Group and refined to reflect the substantial feedback received from members and CEnvPs over the past several months through surveys and facilitated workshops. The Board is now seeking ratification from members of the Code changes through their endorsement at a Special General Meeting on 26 May 2021. Note this meeting will run on Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).

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  • 2 June 2021

    Webinar | Using 3D printing technology to produce plastic nest boxes for animals in bushfire-affected areas

    EIANZ invites you to attend an upcoming webinar presented by Mick Callan on using 3D printing technology to produce plastic nest boxes for animals in bushfire-affected areas. This webinar will outline the development of a novel nest box design that is light-weight, yet well insulated, providing stable temperate and humidity.

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  • 20, 22, 27 & 29 July 2021

    Online workshops | More Effective Impact Assessment: Tools for stronger argument and clearer writing | Workshop 12

    The Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand is proud to present an online workshop which will provide Impact Assessment (IA) practitioners with the thinking and writing skills to present data and reach conclusions in a clear evidence-based manner.

    This workshop is targeted to practitioners who are working in government, consultancy and industry, and any other environmental professionals who prepare IA reports.

    Please note this workshop will run over 4 days on Australian Eastern Standard Time.

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