PIANC AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND: bringing together experts on technical, economic, environmental and planning issues pertaining to waterborne transport infrastructure.
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Upcoming Events & Meetings
Co-hosted by PIANC NSW Chapter and EA's COPEP: Three presentations from Australian experts involved in PIANC Working Groups on climate change adaptation planning, carbon management for ports, and acceptable movement of ships at berth.
Underpinning Antarctic Research: PIANC Vic/Tas is proud to present Prof Alessandro Toffoli and Dr Filippo Nelli from Melbourne University for a webinar on 30 Sep @ 1200 AEST
Dates: 16/11/2020 - 20/11/2020
POSTPONED: Due to Covid-19, PIANC COPEDEC X has been postponed to 2021, the date and time to be determined. Check Conference website https://www.pianc-copedec2020.org
Dates: 01/12/2020 - 04/12/2020
This new biennial conference series will focus on harbours, ports and recreational boating in the Asia Pacific region.
Dates: 01/12/2020 Location: Hotel Esplanade Fremantle, Fremantle WA
Dates: 10/02/2021 - 11/02/2021
PIANC's Navigating a Changing Climate and SedNet are collaborating to run a workshop entitled “Addressing climate change challenges with sediment management”. Offers of presentations need to be in by 31 October 2020!
Dates: 07/09/2021 - 10/09/2021 Location: Te Pae, The Christchurch Convention Centre, Christchurch South Island
Australasian Coasts & Ports 2021 will be held in Christchurch, New Zealand from 7-10 Sept 2021. The Conference theme is very fitting. Te oranga takutai - adapt and thrive.