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.

 

  • Community Workshop in Lue - Mining and the law: What you need to know and how to have your say

    Tuesday, August 15, 2017 at 05:30 PM
    Lue Public School in Lue, Australia

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    EDO NSW will hold a free workshop in Lue explaining how the community can have their say about the proposed Bowdens Silver Project. The workshop will include information about:

    • The legal process for the assessment of mining developments
    • The requirements for environmental assessment of the project
    • How the community can have their say through the
      development assessment process and Community
      Consultative Committee

    Please bring a plate to share.

    RSVP