Events

South East Queensland

  • 22 February 2017 SEQ

    Harnessing the power of the Sunshine State - Alternate energy series

    This seminar will explore the challenges of planning, constructing and operating large-scale solar projects and presents opportunities for minimising risks and the environmental and social impacts from such projects.

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  • 28 February 2017 SEQ

    2017 Mentoring Intake Breakfast

    Join us for the 2017 Mentoring Intake Breakfast. Guest Speaker: Jane Lowney, Robert Walters.

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  • 13 March 2017 SEQ

    EIANZ SEQ Professional Development Meeting

    The EIANZ-SEQ members are invited to attend our next Professional Development meeting.
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  • 29 March 2017 SEQ

    Water - a magical mystery tour, in two parts

    Join us for a unique opportunity to see first hand the operations of an advanced water quality analytical laboratory and hear from senior environmental practitioners working in the field of water quality assessment and monitoring. You will get a practical insight into the science and practice of water quality assessment and monitoring.

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  • Date TBA WEB

    Coral Bleaching Webinar

    The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority has begun the second phase of its in-water surveys to assess the impact of this year's mass coral bleaching event. The preliminary findings show 22 per cent of coral on the Reef died due to the worst mass bleaching event on record. Eighty-five per cent of this mortality occurred in the 600 kilometre stretch between the tip of Cape York and just north of Lizard Island. Join us for our 1 hour webinar to hear more about the findings.

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  • TBA SEQ

    LEAP Summit 2017

    The two day LEAP Summit is back for 2017! Join us to discuss the hurdles and pathways forward for environmental legislation, environmental approvals and policy.

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  • 7 Sep 2017 SEQ

    National Flying-fox Forum

    Join us for the second annual National Flying-Fox forum. Flying-foxes are gregarious animals that can disrupt people sleeping and camps produce strong odours, which make adjacent living difficult. They are also protected species, including some that are threatened, and management of camps requires approaches that are ethical, humane and will not negatively impact on each population.

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