This special lecture series is dedicated to the memory of the visionary environmental scientist Professor Peter Cullen, AO, FTSE.  It provides a forum to bring together scientists and policy makers to discuss priority knowledge needs to underpin the sustainable management of our water resources.

Proudly hosted by Griffith University and the International WaterCentre, this year's topic has been chosen to celebrate the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and China and includes an expert panel discussing the issues and key achievements of the project "River Health and Environmental Flows in China", a project under the Australia-China Environment Development Partnership.  Our speakers will be Dr Chris Gippel, Director, Fluvial Systems Pty Ltd and Adjunct Senior Research Fellow with the Australian Rivers Institute, Mr Robert Speed, Independent Consultant and Dr Nick Bond, Senior Research Fellow with the Australian Rivers Institute. Read more >>

When:               Wednesday 31 October 2012
                         5.00 pm registration (5.30 pm start) – 7.00 pm

Where:              QCA Lecture Theatre 2.04
                         Queensland Conservatorium of Art Lecture Theatre and Gallery Building
                         226 Grey Street
                         South Bank, Brisbane

RSVP by 19 October:  Invitations will be issued in the near future but you can RSVP now by completing the online form. Seating is limited in the lecture theatre. 


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