• 6 October 2021

    VIC | Career panel event | Renewable energy

    The EIANZ Victorian Division, Students and Early Careers sub-committee invites you to join them as they showcase inspiring young professionals working in the renewable energy industry. The Panel is led by Shaz Billimoria from Bright Sparks – The Clean Energy Crew.

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  • 19 October 2021

    Webinar | The challenges of regulating, investigating and managing PFAS – the “forever chemicals”

    EIANZ invites you to attend an upcoming webinar presentation by Claire Smith (Clayton UTZ) and Annette Nolan (Ramboll) on the challenges of regulating, investigating and managing PFAS – the “forever chemicals”.

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  • 9, 10, 16 & 17 November 2021 VIC

    EIANZ 2021 Annual Conference

    This year’s annual conference will be hosted by the EIANZ Victorian Division and provides an exciting opportunity to share knowledge, expertise and ideas around the theme How good is science!? The double punctuation in this year's theme is deliberate and invites presenters and participants to decide on how they will approach the theme. We look forward to you joining us in what promises to be an exciting and thought-provoking event.

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  • 23 Nov, 25 Nov, 30 Nov & 2 Dec from 12pm - 3pm

    Online workshops | More Effective Impact Assessment: Tools for stronger argument and clearer writing | Workshop 14

    This workshop is now booked out.
    If you would like to be added to the waiting list for next workshop in early 2022 please email with the subject line: Glenn Brown workshop waiting list.

    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 Daylight SavingsTime (AEDST).

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