The eighth annual Environment Ireland conference will take place in the Croke Park conference centre on Thursday 13th September 2012.
The full programme [ 680kB] for the Environment Ireland conference is now available.
The theme for this year’s conference is “The environment and the economy” and speakers will examine the contribution the environment sector can make to economic recovery, and the importance of Ireland’s clean, green environment in a number of growth industries, including tourism and agriculture.
Other key issues addressed will include waste management, planning, environmental regulation, water reform, transport and climate change. These issues will be explored through an expert panel of local and visiting speakers.
Benefits of attending
The Environment Ireland conference will cover a wide range of issues. Delegates across those sectors impacted by environmental issues will be brought up to speed on legislative and regulatory developments – something that will inform their planning whether public or private sector. In addition to the content of the conference sessions themselves there will be ample opportunity for networking
and exchanging ideas, within an influential audience.
Who should attend?
Environment Ireland 2012 will be of interest to all senior managers and officials for whom environmental issues are important, including:
• Environmental policy-makers • Regulators • Planning professionals • Elected representatives • County council officials • Environmental consultants & advisors • Environmental managers• Developers and construction companies • Waste management companies • Legal