Community Workshops & Seminars

We regularly conduct workshops on environmental law for the community

Community workshops are tailored to meet the needs of the workshop participants, but emphasise practical application of the information provided.

We also conduct seminars focusing on new and emerging environmental law issues. We invite relevant experts from a range of backgrounds to provide different perspectives on the topic and promote discussion.

For more information, or if you are interested in EDO NSW presenting a workshop in your region, please contact us

View materials from past workshops and seminars.

 

  • The next stage of the biodiversity law reforms: what you need to know

    Thursday, June 01, 2017 at 12:30 PM
    McCabes Lawyers in Sydney, Australia

    Community seminar

    McCabes will host a free seminar by EDO NSW lawyers about the next stage of the NSW Government’s biodiversity law reforms.

    The Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 and Local Land Services Amendment Act 2016 are yet to commence. In the meantime, the Government has released a package of supporting documents, including draft Regulations, for feedback. The community has until 21 June 2017 to comment on the documents. This seminar will be useful for anyone wanting to learn about the proposed changes, including community members, lawyers, and other professionals.

    A light lunch will be provided thanks to our pro bono partner McCabes.

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  • The next stage of the biodiversity law reforms: what you need to know

    Thursday, June 08, 2017 at 06:00 PM
    Tweed Valley Uniting Church Hall in Murwillumbah, Australia

    Free community workshop Murwillumbah

    Caldera Environment Centre will host a free EDO NSW workshop in  explaining the next stage of the biodiversity legislative and policy package.

    The Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 and Local Land Services Amendment Act 2016 are yet to commence. In the meantime, the Government has released a package of supporting documents, including draft Regulations, for feedback. The community has until 21 June 2017 to comment on the documents. This workshop will be useful for anyone wanting to learn about the proposed changes.

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