Natural resources conference for QLD
Monday, 10 April, 2006
Queensland's first Natural Resources Conference will be held on Wednesday 17 May 2006 at the Brisbane Convention Centre.
The conference will address how land, water, vegetation and mineral resources are managed, and how to preserve cultural heritage, to safeguard the economy, improve business practices and preserve quality of life.
Featuring internationally acclaimed speakers, the conference will highlight a range of subjects including water recycling, radical fixes for the environment, rural leasehold strategies, land management, skills shortages in the mining industry and Indigenous partnerships.
Bernard Salt, best known to Australian business for his commentary in the media on the business implications of demographic and social change, will be the guest speaker at lunch.
If you are involved in mining, agriculture, business development, resource management, finance, banking, engineering, manufacturing or local government, then this is an opportunity to stay ahead of the field by discovering, in one day, the major natural resources issues that will dictate the future.
To have a registration brochure sent to you, contact Rebecca Breen on email@example.com
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