Members are invited to attend the 2018/19 Annual General Meeting of the South East Queensland Division. The meeting will be held in the training room of HopgoodGanim, Level 7, 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane.
Members are invited to consider joining the South East Queensland Division for the 2019/2020 term. All financial members are welcome to apply.
Papers for the Annual General Meeting include (click to download):
Stay on for our free member event
Presentation by Bryan Jenkins FEIANZ, EIANZ President.
Bryan will be talking about his paper, "From Mitigation to Sustainability: Going Beyond Reactive Approaches" and how it relates to strategies that environmental professionals (including EIANZ) might adopt in addressing environmental issues.
Bryan has recently retired from the position of Professor, Strategic Water Management at the Waterways Centre for Freshwater Management, a joint centre of the University of Canterbury and Lincoln University. The Centre provides undergraduate and postgraduate courses in water resources management and coordinates research across the universities in water resource issues.
Prior to this appointment he was chief executive of Environment Canterbury for more than seven years. Environment Canterbury is the regional council for Canterbury whose responsibilities include natural resource management. He was responsible for the introduction of collaborative governance concepts to the regional council including the development of the Canterbury Water Management Strategy.
Before coming to Canterbury, he was chief executive of the Department of Environmental Protection in Western Australia for seven years. Prior to that, he had more than 20 years’ experience in environmental management consulting throughout Australia, South East Asia, India and China.
He has a PhD in environmental planning from Stanford University, a masters and first class honours degrees in civil engineering from Adelaide University and a master of administration from Monash University.
He is a Fellow and foundation member of EIANZ and is President of the EIANZ Board.