Workshops to discuss the progress on the Spencer Gulf Ecosystem and Development Initiative (SGEDI) are being conducted in regional areas and Adelaide over the next four weeks.
This is a four year program, led by the Environment Institute at the University of Adelaide. The program aims to provide all stakeholders with access to independent and credible information. We seek to enable positive environmental decision making for groups and individuals associated with the Gulf.
Cumulative Impact and the Spencer Gulf System
· Port Augusta – Tuesday 18 February – Charles Chappell room, Standpipe Golf Motor Inn, Corner Eyre and Stuart Highways from 1.30pm until 4.30pm
· Whyalla – Tuesday 11 March – Training Room, Whyalla Library, 7-9 Ekblom Street from 1.00pm until 4.30pm
· Wallaroo – Tuesday 25 February – Supper Room, Wallaroo Town Hall, Section 1634 Irwine St from 1.00pm until 4.30pm
· Port Lincoln – Wednesday 26 February – Lecture Theatre, Lincoln Marine Science Centre, 1 Hindmarsh St from 1.00pm until 4.00pm
· Adelaide – Friday 7 March – Seminar Room West, Masonic Hall, North Terrace TBC.
The aim of these workshops is to discuss the work that has been undertaken in the last twelve months. This includes:
- a summary of the findings from the last series of stakeholder workshops that were conducted at the end of 2012
- a review of the scientific knowledge about the Spencer Gulf’s marine environment
- an assessment of key knowledge gaps
- pathways for the next period of research
In order to cater, we would be pleased if you could RSVP with your chosen location before 14 February by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel free to contact the Environment Institute for more information on (08) 8313 0543.