|Use EA to Conserve and Regenerate Your Environment|
Environmental Accounting; Economic Development; Conservation; Regeneration; Decision-making; Biodiversity; Nature Photography; Internet; Environmental Politics.
environment; replace more than you use. Build a set of environmental
influence local environment decisions.
(EA) is a useful model for individuals, and community groups, to
promote economic development achievable
from conservation and regeneration. EA
provides the framework for gathering and analysing information and making objective,
balanced, rational decisions about the environment.
introduces you to the EA model, to information collection and analysis, to
liaising with others, to producing quality reports, and to seeking balance
between development and conservation. You will participate in a network of
people influencing local and State politics on the value of conserved and
The program consists of:
At Program Completion
At the completion of this program, participants will understand:
Who Should Participate
Anyone interested in conserving and regenerating local environments. This is a ‘hands-on’ program for the gathering, analysis and presentation of environmental information. The pre-requisites are:
The formal program is
delivered over 12 units; eleven 3-hour tutorials and workshops and one
3-day fieldtrip. Attendance at the initial tutorials and the field trip is
essential. Attendance at the post field trip workshops is not compulsory,
as discussion, learning and output will be posted on the web site. It is
expected that participants will build their skills and knowledge during
the week following each tutorial and workshop and that the later meetings
will be for problem solving rather than conventional lectures.
Participants can continue their involvement at the conclusion of the formal program by continuing to contribute to an information clearing-house and environmental resource database.
Is Dr Ihian Mackenzie. A resume is at http://www.eitw.edu.au/people/Resumes/mackenzi.htm and details on why an involvement in this area is at http://www.eitw.edu.au/HB/Other_info/other_info_index.htm.
Other expertise will be drawn as required.