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EDO Environmental Law Workshop and Seminars – Canberra, 4-18 February 2009

Want to be a more effective environmental advocate? Want to learn about ACT’s new planning and development laws? Join us for a new community workshop and seminar series.

From 4-18 February, the Environmental Defender’s Office (ACT) will be holding an environmental law workshop and seminar series in inner-city Canberra.

The workshop and seminars are open to the public, and are suitable for anyone with an interest in using the law to protect the environment.

The seminars will be held at lunch time (12.30pm-1.30pm), and will cover five topics:

Wednesday, 4 February Environmental Planning
Thursday, 5 February Development Assessment and Approval
Monday, 9 February Nature Conservation and the Law
Tuesday, 10 February Environmental Advocacy and the Law
Wednesday, 18 February Understanding Federal Environmental Law

These topics will be repeated at a full day workshop (10.00am-4.00pm) onSaturday, 7 February.

The seminars and workshop are free for EDO members. Entry by donation for non-members.

For more information, see www.edo.org.au/edoact/workshops.htm. Please register in advance by email to edoact@edo.org.au or telephone (02 6247 9420).

The Environmental Defender’s Office (ACT) is a community legal centre specialising in environmental law. The EDO provides legal advice, engages in law reform and delivers community legal education.

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Captain Planet, he’s our hero
Gonna take pollution down to zero

God I really want to watch Captain Planet now.

GardeningGirl2:19 pm 23 Jan 09

Thanks 🙂

Sorry here’s one that works for me – http://www.edo.org.au/edoact/

GardeningGirl10:30 pm 22 Jan 09

That link doesn’t seem to be working. I’m getting a “not found on this server” message.

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