EPD Australasia

LCANZ Seminar Day and AGM: Thursday 20 June

The Life Cycle Association of New Zealand is proud to host its annual general meeting and seminar day on Thursday 20th June 2019.

A series of diverse and interesting speakers including Rachel Chiaroni-Clarke from the Office of the Prime Ministers Chief Science Advisor who will talk about the use of LCA in the #rethink plastic project, Barbara Nebel, CEO of thinkstep Australasia who will present on LCA developments in New Zealand and Martin Fryer, a Sustainability professional with Mercury Energy and previously Auckland Airport who will talk about the implementation of science-based targets. A panel discussion with industry will look at taking LCA through to EPD (Environmental Product Declarations) and a series of workshops will look at how the association can further grow and support its members.

The Annual General Meeting and association workshops will be held in the morning, with the speakers and seminars in the afternoon. Lunch and post-event networking drinks are included in the ticketing price for the afternoon.

Venue kindly sponsored by HERA, 17-19 Gladding Place, Manukau

Registration 9:30am
AGM from 10am
Seminars 1-4pm
Networking drinks from 4pm

Reply to membership@lcanz.org.nz to register you place now!

Click here to view the AGM notice and committee nomination form

LCANZ members tickets only $40 for the afternoon seminar sessions (lunch and networking drinks included).

Non-member tickets $90 for the afternoon seminar sessions (lunch and networking drinks included).

Note: Attendance for the AGM only in the morning is free of charge.

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