Join us on June 14 to hear from the State Government, Federal Government and a trusted industry expert on the increasingly complex world of environmental offsets.
We’ve locked in a federal perspective on the EPBC reform process and status of environmental offsets with representatives from the Federal Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment providing an update. They will also cover the upgrading of the listing of koalas and what it means for your project. Christopher Aston Acting State Planner & Deputy Director General Planning Group will discuss the state’s approach to offsets from a planning perspective.
Murray Saunders from Saunders Havill Group will provide an industry perspective on environmental offsets and current challenges with the application of offsets, with a specific focus on the Commonwealth’s listing and uplisting of the koala.
This is a pivotal opportunity to learn how key reforms are progressing and the potential implications for your next project.
Book now to secure your spot!
Tuesday, 14 June
8am – 10am
The Grove Rooftop
Level 32, 480 Queen Street, Brisbane
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- You have received the prescribed number of doses of a COVID-19 vaccine approved for use in Australia by the Therapeutic Goods Administration or endorsed by WHO-COVAX and the vaccine was received overseas, and two weeks has passed.; and
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- you have tested positive for COVID-19; or
- you have spent more than four hours in a residential setting with a person who has COVID-19 (meaning you are a ‘close contact’) *.
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