Each year Lincoln University hosts the State of the Nation's Environment Address.
This year we will be hosting two events. Be sure to reserve a spot in your diary.
Can growth be sustainable? 25 years on from the Brundtland report.
When/Where: Thursday, 18 October, 7.30pm - 9.00 pm (please be seated by 7.20pm). Stewart Foyer and S1 (campus map).
Main Speaker: Phil O’Reilly, Chief Executive of Business New Zealand,
Panelists: Vicki Buck, Suzi Kerr and Dr Morgan Williams
For further information contact Shona Mardle +64 3 325 3804
The Right Honourable Helen Clark ONZ presents - What does the outcome of Rio+20 mean for sustainable development
When/Where: Monday, 20 August, 7.30pm - 8.30 pm. Stewart Lecture Theatre 1.
Main Speaker: The Right Honourable Helen Clark ONZ, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme.
2011 - Professor Bob Evans from the School of Social Science, University of Waikato 'Fair shares, self interest and the environmental planning, will New Zealand cope with the challenges of the 21st century.'
2010 - Conservation Department Director-General Al Morrison "Building Biodiversity: Building New Zealand"
2009 - Dr Diane Menzies "Sustainable Landscapes"
2008 - Jan Wright “Prioritising Environmental Challenges: What Matters Most?"
2007 - Gillian Wratt "Prioritising Environmental Challenges"
2006 - Hugh Logan "A clean, healthy environment – a key competitive advantage for New Zealand"