Events

Webinar | Taskforce on climate-related financial disclosure as a driver for climate action | Hobart airport - a case study

Published 18th September 20 12:00 AM

Taskforce on climate-related financial disclosure as a driver for climate action | Hobart airport - a case study. Join Kirsten and Cathy for this informative webinar, which will look at Hobart Airport as the case study on the TCFD. This case study will shed light on the key components of the Climate Change Adaptation Plan which is considered a key component of the Airport's commitment to carbon reduction and ongoing sustainability. Be sure not to miss this webinar on a very topical issue!

Meet the Speakers

Kirsten Leggett | Senior Environmental Scientist, Hobart Airport

Kirsten is an experienced environmental practitioner with over 25 years’ experience in the fields of environmental management, stakeholder engagement and project management. As the Environment Manager for Hobart Airport, Kirsten is responsible for environmental compliance for airport related projects and activities, environmental strategy development, monitoring of the Airport’s environmental values and liaising with key stakeholders on environmental matters. Most recently Kirsten has led the coordination and project management of the Airport’s first Climate Change Adaptation Plan. The Plan is considered a key component of the Airport’s continued commitment to carbon reduction and ongoing sustainability. The Adaptation Plan developed for the Airport is an example of how industry can be proactive and plan for the events associated with a rapidly changing climate. The plan also addresses one of Hobart Airport’s three pillars within their sustainability framework – Environmental Stewardship, of which Climate Change is a key focus.

Cathy Crawley | Technical Director Sustainability & Resilience, AECOM

Cathy is an Environment Group Lead and Technical Director with AECOM. Cathy has 28 years’ international and senior executive experience and has led successful sustainability and environment advisory businesses during her career. She has expertise leading and working with diverse multi-disciplinary teams in a range of sectors working with leading experts in climate change, sustainability, renewable energy, circular economy, environmental and physical sciences. She enjoys working with collaboratively on projects with clients that value the benefits of a high performing team and see the opportunity in a transition to a sustainable low carbon economy. Her approach involves inspiring sustainable thinking into actionable outcomes and shared value for all stakeholders.

CPD Points

Event details

When: TBA

Where: Webinar

Cost: $10 EIANZ Members, $20 Non-members

Registrations Open: 18th September 20 10:00 AM

Registrations Close: 31st December 21 10:45 AM

Contact: Enquiries via +61 3 8593 4140 or office@eianz.org

Register now and secure your attendance









Published 18th September 20 12:00 AM