Update 2016-10-06: Due to unforeseen circumstances we have had to cancel this presentation at the last minute. We will attempt to reschedule this in 2017.
The Murray Darling Basin Plan guides governments, regional authorities and communities to sustainably manage and use the waters of the Basin. The Plan came into effect in November 2012, and it will be reviewed and revised throughout a 7 year implementation phase.
After the very informative Q&A style debate that was held by the Water Engineering Panel back in November 2010 in relation to the merits of the then draft Plan, we invite you to attend this talk from the Chief Executive of the Murray Darling Basin Authority, Mr Phillip Glyde who will provide an update on the progress that has been made in rolling out the Plan in the last 4 years.
VENUE, DATE & TIME
8 Thomas Street Chatswood NSW 2068
Tuesday 11 October 2016 5.30 pm for a 6.00 pm start
Pre-registration is mandatory. EA Members and Students FREE, $30 otherwise.
About the Speaker: Phillip Glyde (Chief Executive)
Phillip Glyde has been the Chief Executive of the Murray- Darling Basin Authority since January 2016. Immediately prior to this Phillip worked for the Department of Agriculture for nine years where he had responsibility for:
- Agriculture, fisheries and forestry policy and progress;
- International trade and market access;
- The regulation of live animal exports;
- Export certification services for food; and
- The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES).
Phillip joined the Australian Public Service in 1980 and has worked on natural resource management, industry and environment policies in a number of Australian government departments and overseas. At a national level Phillip has worked in the departments of Agriculture, Prime Minister and Cabinet, Environment, and Resources and Energy.
Phillip has also worked at the Resource Assessment Commission and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research organisation (CSIRO). Phillip has an Honours Degree in Natural Resource Management from the University of New England and a Bachelor of Economics Degree from the Australian National University.