Environmental Practitioners’ Forum

We’re excited to be attending and presenting at this years’ Environmental Practitioners Forum.

Our Graduate Environemntal Advisor, Maggie Ravn, will be presenting “Looking Forward, Looking Back“, alongside Andrew Mack, Associate Director and Environmental services Section Leader – Talis Consultants. Maggie and Andrew will explore issues that trigger cognitive dissonance in the environmental industry from the perspective of both a graduate and senior practitioner.

Maggie and Andrew will also be involved in the Q&A Panel around “Optimism and Cynicism in Environmental Management”.  

Siobhan Pelliccia, Manager of RPM ESG (West), will also be hosting a section of the event, and we’re looking forward to being involved in sharing experiences in environmental practice.

Find out more about this event and register here. 

 

 

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