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The Nature Conservation Council of NSW will host its Annual Conference on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd of October at the University of Sydney.
This year we’re excited to announce that the first day of our Annual Conference will form part of the National Environment Meeting, co-hosted with Greenpeace, and in partnership with the Sydney University Environment Institute. Since 2014, the National Environment Meeting has been held annually, bringing people together from across our movement.
The Saturday will include an exciting program of forums, keynote speakers, workshops, and plenty of opportunities for you to build new connections for your important work. See the Draft Agenda here. On Sunday our Annual General Meeting will take place to elect our Executive, pass important motions and debate key organisational issues.
The NSW Environment Awards will be held as part of the weekend’s program.
Your entitlement to (voting) delegates is based on your membership status and/or number of members. Please refer to the First Circular for further details about delegate and membership requirements. If you have not renewed your membership, please contact NCC on the details below.
For any information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Outreach Coordinator on 02 9516 1488.
When & Where
University of Sydney Law Foyer
Sydney Law School (Camperdown)
New Law School Building (F10)
Eastern Avenue, Camperdown Campus,
Saturday, 22 October 2016 at 9:00 am - Sunday, 23 October 2016 at 3:00 pm (AEDT)
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The Nature Conservation Council of NSW
The Nature Conservation Council of NSW (NCC) is a non-profit, non-government organisation representing more than 150 community environment groups across NSW.
NCC is the state’s peak environment organisation and has a strong reputation for leading effective action and influencing the direction of environment protection in NSW.
For more than 60 years we’ve successfully responded to the critical threats to our environment through our statewide network of members, staff and volunteers.
We’re working to conserve the integrity and diversity of nature. We strive to achieve an ecologically sustainable society through advocacy, education, research and community empowerment.