“We are going to have 100% per cent renewable electricity. It is going to happen. The question is whether it is sooner or later” says Professor Andrew Blakers. Our March Environment Exchange was on Using Read more →
Nick is a lawyer and registered Migration Agent in the Business Services division of Snedden Hall & Gallop, where he currently practices in areas including corporate governance, intellectual property and contract law. Nick has worked with Snedden Hall & Gallop since July 2002 and was the recipient of the Snedden Hall & Gallop Legal Studies Scholarship in 2000. He is also a consulting lecturer at the Australian National University in its Graduate Certificate in Migration Law and Practice. He was named Young Lawyer of the Year for 2009.
Nick has a passion for conservation, dating back to his involvement with the Australian Youth Parliament for the Environment while he was in high school. Nick’s keen interest is in generating greater awareness and understanding within the community.
He is also a registered volunteer for the Starlight Children’s Foundation, devoting some of his spare time to furthering their cause and helping to brighten the lives of sick children in Canberra. He also likes to enjoy a good wine and is a keen traveller, with a taste for thrills and adventure.
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Using Nature for Power – Environment Exchange 28 March
3 Apr 2017
Proposed kangaroo management changes
23 Mar 2017
Proposed kangaroo management changes The Conservator for Flora and Fauna has declared the Eastern Grey Kangaroo as a controlled native species under the Nature Conservation Act 2014 and consequently has also prepared an Eastern Grey Kangaroo: Draft Controlled Species Read more →
Yellow Box Dispatch – March 2017
10 Mar 2017
Yellow Box Dispatch — March 2017 Trees, waste, plastics, climate change The Bush Capital is a great place to be and to live so that’s why we have so many people involved in caring Read more →
Mature Native Trees: Pillars of Biodiversity
8 Mar 2017
Mature Native Trees: Pillars of Biodiversity “We literally cannot live without trees” Darren Le Roux, Environmental Project Officer, ACT Parks and Conservation Service The nomination of “Loss of Native Hollow-bearing Trees”, as a threatening process Read more →
Waste market sounding encouraging greenhouse gases?
22 Feb 2017
The ACT Government’s ‘market sounding’ on waste does not prioritise reducing waste or increasing recycling while providing support for incineration or biogas or other greenhouse gas emitting ‘energy from waste’ proposals. Energy from waste is Read more →
Joy Burch speaks on Foy proposal and resident follow up letter
20 Feb 2017
Hello Joy, I was very heartened to see you speak in the Assembly Wednesday 15 February 2017 expressing your concerns with the FOY proposal in Hume. I’m not sure how much you and your staff Read more →