July 27, 2018 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Octagonal Hall, WA Wildflowers Eastern Hills Branch, 52 McGlew Rd, Glen Forrest WA 6071, Australia
Wildflower Society monthly meeting.
Monitoring mine site restoration efforts is crucial as it provides early warning of potential restoration failures, which greatly improves the chances of restoring the environment in a timely manner. Drones are a cheap, easy to operate means of surveying large areas in a short amount of time. Able to be outfitted with a variety of sensors, do they represent the future of aerial monitoring of flora, fauna, and geological features? Todd Buters will present the results of his research.
July 25, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
140 William St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
As greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise and with the looming threat of climate change affecting our climate and ecosystems, how do we ensure our businesses and its practices are contributing towards a sustainable future? How do we encourage businesses to responsibly invest in emerging technologies that build resilience to the impact of climate change?
Join us in our second forum as part of the Business & Sustainability series, “Sustainable Climate and Responsible Investment”. Be part of the dialogue on how WA businesses are approaching the changing climate and how better business practices are enabling better use of our scarce resources.
Professor Peter Newman (Curtin Sustainability Policy Institute), Kirsten Rose (BHP), Ross Hamilton (ICMM); Mark Andrich (Sustainable Platform)
Early bird tickets on sale now: https://www.trybooking.com/VWUA