Thank you for being part of EPF this year. We wish you a safe and merry break and look forward to seeing you in the new year.
A year in review
We kicked off this year with our international guest speaker: Luis Neves, from Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), who enlightened us about who GESI are and the role of ICT in achieving the SDGs.
Following this international leader we learnt from our home grown Sustainability leaders who inspired us to be fierce, ambitious and take action. Everything we do counts and leads to a reaction.
Luke Menzel showcased energy efficiency results and progress globally and explained the best practice in Energy Efficiency policy in Australia. If you missed it, click here.
We thank our speakers and sponsors for another amazing year.
Thank you Luis Neves, Alice Cahill, Stuart Hodgson, Kate Harris, Megan Flynn & Luke Menzel for imparting their wisdom.
Thank you to University of Sydney, Fujitsu, Sustainability Advantage & Schneider Electric for supporting the events.
Interested in completing the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) Qualification in Public Participation?
Planning for Effective Public Participation
21- 23 March 2018
Techniques for Effective Public Participation
19 - 20 April 2018
Recap: EPF EOY Drinks
It was wonderful to see so many friendly faces at our recent EPF drinks including some recently returned members.
Melinda Millen has just returned from Malaysia where she completed her Masters of Environmental Management remotely through UNSW and is now a Carbon Management Consultant, welcome back Melinda!
Ali Devlin has just returned from the UK and is ready to take on her new challenge here in Sydney. With a Masters in Environmental Oceonography, Ali has applied herself in a number of areas including EIAs, Environmental Consultancy, Finance & Marine Resources Recruitment. Welcome back Ali!
It was also great to see Choong Han Yeo who has steadily progressed his career to be a Sustainability Performance Analyst at the GPT Group. Well done Choong!
A special appearance from Mr and Mrs Greg and Cheryl Campbell unveiled the sampler version of the Young Australians' Plan for the Planet Book. Click hereto see it.
Caring for the Seas Free event @ University of Sydney on 11 December. 5 -6:30pm.
Contribute to Word of Mouth
Do you have positions, events or points of interest you’d like to share with the EPF network via Word of Mouth? Please send them to the volunteer EPF Committee. Please note that we require approx 12 days lead time. We welcome your contributions.
For last minute or immediate posting of events/positions please use our LinkedIn group.
Your 2017 EPF Committee
Margaret Harvie, Jonathon Heys, Lisa Tarry, Lee Stewart, Simone Awramenko, Scott Shade and Miranda Siu.