QLD Branch Technical Presentation: 26 July, 2018

Megan Surawski, Director, Project Management Office - Land Restoration Fund, Climate Change Policy, Queensland Department of Environment and Science will present on the multiple challenges of water, energy, carbon, air and climate, and how governments can look to nature for options.

Start

July 26, 2018 - 12:30 pm

End

July 26, 2018 - 1:30 pm

Address

Conference room GC604, Ground Floor, Ecosciences Precinct, 41 Boggo Road, DUTTON PARK - Limited street parking   View map

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CASANZ , QLD

The Queensland Branch of CASANZ invites members and guests to attend a technical presentation:

TO WHAT EXTENT CAN NATURE ASSIST GOVERNMENT IN
ADDRESSING THE MULTIPLE CHALLENGES OF WATER,
ENERGY, CARBON, AIR AND CLIMATE

Megan Surawski
Director, Project Management Office – Land Restoration Fund,
Climate Change Policy
Queensland Department of Environment and Science

Megan’s talk is on the multiple challenges of water, energy, carbon, air and climate, and how governments can look to nature for options.

Biographical Note: Megan comes from a diverse background of policy work in research, government and private sectors working on everything from road safety, vehicle emissions, air quality, conservation policy, and recreational diving.

Megan currently works in the Climate Change Policy branch on implementing the Land Restoration Fund to facilitate and grow the carbon farming industry in Queensland.

Details are also available on the Queensland page of the CASANZ website. www.casanz.org.au

DATE: Thursday, 26 July, 2018
VENUE: Conference Room GC604
Ground Floor
Eco Sciences Prescinct
41 Boggo Road
Dutton Park   QLD
TIME: 12.30 to 1.30 pm
RSVP: Tuesday, 24 July, 2018
ENQUIRIES: David Wainwright
QLD Branch President
Email
Tel: +61 7 3170 5472
Natalie Shaw
QLD Branch Secretary
Email
Tel:  +61 7 3369 3699
COST: No charge