Join us on 23 June at our Bee Ambassador Program Dinner in Melbourne. The guest speaker is Cassandra Nichols, CEO Earthwatch Institute. Bookings are essential via Eventbright. RSVP by 19 June. Venue is Best Western Airport Motel and Convention Centre, 33 Ardlie St, Attwood. Vic 3049.The guest speaker is Cassandra Nichols, CEO Earthwatch Institute.
Cassandra Nichols is the CEO of Earthwatch Institute Australia, a leading organization in citizen science and behaviour change, a Steering Committee member of the Australian Business and Biodiversity Initiative and an active ACIUCN member. Cassandra works with business, educators and community to increase knowledge in sustainability and environmental issues and to inspire action.
Working in the environmental sector now for over 13 years, Cassandra completed a Bachelor of Animal Science at Latrobe University, followed by honours at the University of Queensland. Moving to the world heritage Daintree Rainforest, Cassandra worked for James Cook University studying impacts of climate change on rainforest flora and fauna. With a growing aspiration to bridge the gap between science and the community, Cassandra joined Earthwatch, a global organization that aspires to empower people to protect the natural world through science. Since then she has been developing projects to engage corporates, teachers, students and the public in research ranging an extensive array of topics from marine debris, biodiversity surveys, impacts of climate change and to blue carbon.
Cassandra will be speaking about some of the pollination projects Earthwatch is currently working on
Bookings are essential via EventBrite.
Date: Sunday 23rd June 2019 – 6.30pm
RSVP: 19 June.
Venue: Best Western Airport Motel and Convention Centre, 33 Ardlie St, Attwood. Vic 3049.