Webinar | DCCEEW’s consultation on new national environment laws

EIANZ representatives Carolyn Cameron FEIANZ and Ailsa Kerswell MEIANZ will share their inside knowledge of the current status of Australia’s new environmental laws and EIANZ’s response to proposed changes.

The Q&A session will allow you to investigate the issues while helping our delegates gather member opinions in preparation for the next round of consultation. Considering the broad implications of legislative change for our industry, this is a webinar not to be missed.

This webinar will be scheduled using Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) and will be recorded for those unable to make the live event.

Meet the speakers:

Carolyn Cameron FEIANZ | Principal at Cameron Strategies

Carolyn Cameron is an experienced senior executive and has held leadership positions with Australian, Victorian and New South Wales government departments of environment, primary industries and land use planning. Her current role is Principal at Cameron Strategies, providing highly focused strategic advice and policy development on environmental management issues. Her clients for this role include the Department of the Environment and Energy, GBRMPA, Jacobs and Alluvium.

Her role in the public sector was instrumental in establishing and building a role for SEA under the EPBC Act, and she oversaw numerous SEAs across Australia as well as several other strategic planning initiatives. Since leaving the public service, Carolyn has had more time to volunteer with the Institute. Carolyn’s qualifications include a Masters of Environmental Science and Masters of the Built Environment, and she holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She was awarded the Commonwealth Department of (then) Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts’ International Women’s Day Award for leadership, based on a nomination from her staff.

Ailsa Kerswell MEIANZ | Principal Consultant at 2rog Consulting

Solving complex environmental challenges is what Ailsa's does and loves. Over many years, this has ranged from translating complex scientific information into robust environmental policy and impact assessments through to undertaking detailed academic research into how stressors operate in the marine environment.

She is also passionate about building vibrant teams to achieve positive and balanced outcomes both for people and the environment. She is striving to be a great leader, prioritising kindness, integrity and fun along my journey.

This event will run off Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) and will be recorded for those unable to make the live event.

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Event details

When: 1 December 2023
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Where: Webinar

Cost: $10 - EIANZ members, $20 non-members (AUD)

Registrations Close: 1st December 23 2:00 PM

Contact: Registration and event enquiries to or +61 8593 4140

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