RBMS Brisbane seminar
Cost of achieving the water quality targets for the Great Barrier Reef
The River Basin Management Society is pleased to host this special seminar discussing the recently released ‘Costs of achieving the water quality targets for the Great Barrier Reef’ report. The report was released in conjunction with the Great Barrier Reef Water Science Taskforceand was funded and managed by the Office of the Great Barrier Reef within the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection.
Join us for an interesting evening with three key members of the project team, Dr Steve Skull, Tony Weber and Jim Binney, and new and familiar faces from the industry and community. Drinks and nibbles will be served from 5.30pm. The seminar will commence at 6 pm.
Dr Steve Skull – Steve is an Environmental Scientist with 20 year experience in natural resource management complimented by formal business management qualification. Steve coordinated the delivery of the costings project.
Tony Weber – Tony is one of Australia’s leading practitioners in the catchment modelling and water quality field. Tony led the modelling of different solutions sets to achieve the water quality targets.
Jim Binney – Jim is a resource and environmental economic practitioner with over 20 years’ experience in the economic, financial, social and policy analysis of natural resource management issues. Jim played a major role in the economic analysis to determine the costs of achieving the targets.
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Not currently a member and want to avoid the seminar fee? RBMS memberships will be available at the door or in advance at www.rbms.com.au. Annual membership is $60 for professionals and free for students.