The Committee membership remains strong with 13 members including some new faces in 2017. Our Committee members are from a wide variety of backgrounds including government agencies, consultancies, academia and monitoring technology.
Events held by the Branch in 2016 included presentations and group discussion on current air quality topics which proved to be very popular. We hope to hold some more of these in future along with some other technical and training courses in the coming year. The Committee has also discussed working on how to better communicate air quality issues for all stakeholders, including the community and we hope to do some work in this area in 2017.
We encourage all CASANZ members to come along to the events throughout the year as they provide an opportunity for learning, discussion of current air quality issues with your fellow colleagues, and a chance for networking.