Events

New South Wales

  • 10, 17 & 24 March 2021 NSW

    Learning to Adapt | Infrastructure EIA

    L2A – celebrating 10 years!

    The award-winning learning to adapt professional development series is back in 2021, responding to the local, national and global challenges of climate change. Our first course will deliver targeted skills development on climate change in infrastructure environmental impact assessment. Our focus is on the NSW jurisdiction, exploring themes that apply just as well elsewhere.

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  • 29-30 Mar 2021 ACT

    Canberra environment and soils short course

    This two-day course is aimed at those who work with soils in and around the Canberra area and specially those who work in the field of contaminated land or soil nutrition. This course will cover Canberra geology and how to identify rock types, the relationship of soils to geology and vegetation, metals in soils, their bioavailability, and how they relate to plants and geology.

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  • 7 April 2021

    Webinar | Tasmania's giant freshwater crayfish

    EIANZ invites you to attend an upcoming webinar presented by Todd Walsh on the Tasmania's Giant Freshwater Crayfish.

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  • 14 April 2021

    Webinar | Using detection dogs in environmental impact assessments - Lessons learnt from surveys of the EPBC-listed koala

    EIANZ invites you to attend an upcoming webinar presented by Dr Romane Cristescu. Romane is an ecologist with a keen interest in developing new methodologies to perform surveys more accurately and efficiently. In particular, she has been developing koala scat detection dog methods since 2011, and drone mounted thermal camera surveys since 2017.

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  • 27 April, 29 April, 4 May, 6 May 2021

    Online workshops | More Effective Impact Assessment: Tools for stronger argument and clearer writing | Workshop 10

    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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  • 5, 12 & 19 May 2021 NSW

    Learning to Adapt | Strategic water management

    L2A – celebrating 10 years!

    The award winning learning to adapt professional development series is back in 2021 and EIANZ is excited to be responding to local, national and global challenges by moving online. L2A 2021 will deliver targeted skills development on climate change adaptation and resilience planning, climate change risk assessment and climate change projections and science. Structured around experts guest speakers and online resources each course will be delivered over 3 x half days.

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  • 1 Jun, 3 Jun, 8 June & 10 June 2021

    Online workshops | More Effective Impact Assessment: Tools for stronger argument and clearer writing | Workshop 11

    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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  • 14, 21 & 28 July 2021 NSW

    Learning to Adapt | Bushfire planning

    L2A – celebrating 10 years!

    The award winning learning to adapt professional development series is back in 2021 and EIANZ is excited to be responding to local, national and global challenges by moving online. L2A 2021 will deliver targeted skills development on climate change adaptation and resilience planning, climate change risk assessment and climate change projections and science. Structured around experts guest speakers and online resources each course will be delivered over 3 x half days.

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