Corporate Partner with the South East Queensland Division of the EIANZ

Ecology and Heritage Partners is proud to announce our corporate partnering with the South East Queensland Division of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ).  The Company has long been an advocate of the Institute and we are excited to continue our support in 2015-16.

As a leading ecological and cultural heritage consultancy, we have extensive experience in natural and cultural heritage assessment, research and management across Australia. Our large team of consultants specialise in the areas of terrestrial and aquatic ecology, archaeology (terrestrial and marine), Aboriginal and European heritage, bushfire risk assessment and management, and geospatial services.

Aaron Organ (Director) stated that: "Our role as corporate partner of the SEQ Division of the EIANZ strengthens our commitment to continue to promote the key values of the EIANZ which are embodied in the Institutes' Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, with the primary vision of ensuring the protection and enhancement of the environment for future generations".  "We are delighted to partner with the Institute to lead environmental practitioners, set standards for best available environmental practices, and support practitioners to promote and achieve a sustainable and equitable management of the environment". 

Recent Native Title Seminar, Brisbane (19 February 2015) (Ecology and Heritage Partners)

The Queensland team comprises professionals from a range of backgrounds including state governments, academia, consultancies and industry. Each consultant has the experience and expertise to provide clients with sound impartial advice on ecological and cultural heritage legislation and policy, leading to practical outcomes.

Our specialist team continues to assist clients on projects across a range of industries, including mining and exploration, linear infrastructure (road, rail and utilities), energy distribution, water, and urban development.  To view our relevant Queensland projects click here.

Further information on our partnering agreement, and details on future events can be found at on the EIANZ website - click here.

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