Webinar | Climate Change and Resilience webinar

Published 25th June 20 12:00 AM

EIANZ is pleased to invite you to attend our upcoming Climate Change and Resilience webinar coordinated by the Victorian Student and Early Career committee. This webinar is aimed at student and early career professionals who are interested in the field of climate change and resilience.

Four industry professionals, with various roles in the climate change sector, will speak about their career journey and provide advice to students and early career professionals. The following topics will be addressed:

  • What inspires our professionals to do the work they do?
  • What learnings about climate resilience can we take from our experience during the pandemic?
  • What opportunities (and related skills, jobs and careers) are emerging in the climate sector post-COVID?
  • Advice to participants who are interested in making an impact in the climate sector through their career

Meet the Speakers:

Grant Viljoen: Senior Environmental Consultant: Grant works in Sustainability and Resilience (as part of the Impact Assessment and Permitting Team) at AECOM Australia.
Michael Lord: Research Lead at Beyond Zero Emissions – Michael is developing Beyond Zero Emission’s “One Million Jobs Plan” – an economic stimulus package to boost employment and reduce emissions.
Nick Rose: Executive Director at Sustain: Australian Food Network. Sustain focuses on supporting local government and other food system stakeholders to be drivers of positive food system change in Australia.
Katerina Gaita: Founder and CEO of Climate for Change. Climate for Change’s mission is to create the social climate in Australia for effective action on climate change.

Event details

When: 13 July 2020
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM

Where: Webinar

Cost: Free - EIANZ Members, $10 Non-members

Registrations Open: 25th June 20 10:00 AM

Registrations Close: 13th July 20 4:00 PM

Places Available: 12

Contact: Enquiries via +61 3 8593 4140 or

Register now and secure your attendance

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Published 25th June 20 12:00 AM