Playback Prof Tim Flannery’s presentation today

The time to act is now!  This message was loud and clear from Prof Tim Flannery during his presentation to delegates attending the CASANZ 2021 conference.  Tim presented on the climate crisis and effects on air quality, reflected on the recent pandemic, carbon sequestration and government action needed to avoid reaching the ‘tipping point’.  Tim says there is hope for the future and while our younger generation’s actions are effective, the burden is everyone’s.

Tim’s presentation is stirring and thought-provoking and one everyone should watch.

Tim is one of Australia’s leading thinkers and writers on sustainability, the environment and the Climate Crisis.    Note: a minimal fee applies.

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Upcoming Events

Date(s)EventLocation
7, 8, 14, 15 September, 2021Understanding and Managing Air Quality CourseOnline
10, 11, 17, 18 November, 2021Introduction to Meteorology for Air QualityOnline

Air Quality and Climate Change – 2021


Vol 55 No. 1 2021 edition of the Air Quality and Climate Change journal is now available. Click here to view/download.

The journal includes a host of scientific articles focussed on recent projects and research across Australia, New Zealand and often further abroad.  It also has a large section on current industry news, highlighting recent developments in air quality management, climate change adaptation and significant new research.  The journal is a members only benefit.  To become a member, click here

The Australian 2019/2020 bushfires and air quality – a summary of expert views and analyses

The 2019/2020 Australian bushfires have brought widespread devastation to several parts of Australia destroying homes and resulting in losses of human life, flora and fauna. Another consequence of the bushfires is the prolonged effect they have had on air quality. Many of our CASANZ members – who are experts in the field – have published scientific papers, have given interviews, and have publicly commented on the effects of the bushfires on air quality and health. Some of their findings and comments are summarised in this article.

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In the News

Upcoming Events

Date(s)EventLocation
7, 8, 13, 14 September, 2021Understanding and Managing Air Quality CourseOnline
10, 11, 17, 18 November, 2021Introduction to Meteorology for Air QualityOnline

Air Quality and Climate Change – 2021


Vol 55 No. 1 2021 edition of the Air Quality and Climate Change journal is now available. Click here to view/download.

The journal includes a host of scientific articles focussed on recent projects and research across Australia, New Zealand and often further abroad.  It also has a large section on current industry news, highlighting recent developments in air quality management, climate change adaptation and significant new research.  The journal is a members only benefit.  To become a member, click here

The Australian 2019/2020 bushfires and air quality – a summary of expert views and analyses

The 2019/2020 Australian bushfires have brought widespread devastation to several parts of Australia destroying homes and resulting in losses of human life, flora and fauna. Another consequence of the bushfires is the prolonged effect they have had on air quality. Many of our CASANZ members – who are experts in the field – have published scientific papers, have given interviews, and have publicly commented on the effects of the bushfires on air quality and health. Some of their findings and comments are summarised in this article.

Read more

Consultant’s Directory

The CASANZ Consultant Directory includes comprehensive listings of professional environmental service providers, as well as experts in air quality and emissions management, in Australia and New Zealand. Find your ideal provider in a few short minutes.

Jobs Board

Our newly launched Jobs Board enables CASANZ members to search or advertise employment opportunities in the air quality and emissions management industry throughout Australia, New Zealand, and even overseas—it’s where experts find jobs.

Special Interest Groups

Designed to assist like-minded professionals share knowledge in specific areas of air quality and emissions management, CASANZ facilitates seven Special Interest Groups, including: Measurement, Transport, Indoor Air, Odour Modelling, Policy, and Aerosol.

Air Quality and Climate Change Journal

Providing up-to-date information on air quality and environmental issues, CASANZ’s Air Quality and Climate Change Journal also includes in-depth scientific, industry news and technical articles.