Born and raised on the land which sparked an interest in the environment, Warwick Giblin has subsequently had a career in environmental management spanning 40 years.
His career has traversed:
- environmental planning and impact assessment (various consultancies)
- waste management (international and local companies)
- water management (Sydney Water)
- biodiversity conservation (NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service)
- environmental education (Longneck Lagoon Field Studies Centre)
- Ministerial policy adviser
Warwick became a member of the Institute in 1987 and was Founding President of the NSW Division from 1989-91.
Warwick also served as National Vice President for four years from 1991 to 1995. He was made a Fellow of the Institute in 2000.
Since 2011 he has returned to his roots, assisting rural Australians address mining, energy and infrastructure projects, via his company OzEnvironmental Pty Ltd.
Warwick has a Bachelor of Science (Geography) and a Diploma in Education from the University of New England and a Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Studies from Macquarie University.