Events from 2018

Design your own game!

29 April 2018

Create your own award-winning board game abounding with Australian biodiversity! Sunday 29 April, 9.00am – 12 noon. The Edge (State Library of Queensland), South Bank, Brisbane.

Society Member Ariel Marcy will launch a free online game design tool (demo here). The DIY Go Extinct platform allows students and teachers to design their own games about evolution and Australian biodiversity. Grants from Queensland Government Engaging Science and US Embassy Public Affairs acknowledged.

Stewardship incentives for the pastoral zone

28 May 2018

A proposal for a “stewardship incentives scheme” will be announced at a lunchtime forum and roundtable discussion. Auditorium, 111 George St. Refreshments 12.00 noon, forum 12.30, Roundtable 1.30 to 4.30. Free of charge. Register for catering purposes via Eventbrite , see flyer for more details.

Evidence-led Toolkit

13 April 2018

Come to Seminar Room 3, at 111 George St, at 12.30pm for a lunchtime forum with Dr Brendan Markey-Towler and the President on a toolkit for building evidence into policy. Then over a light lunch into the afternoon participate in a free-flowing discussion about fake news, alternative facts and case studies from practitioners. Free of charge.

Citizen Science: Challenges and benefits for biodiversity conservation

11 August 2018

The Hut Environment and Community Association will present a forum on Saturday, 11 August 2018 at Pullenvale. Abstracts by 6 April. Flyer has details.

Year-long Events Calendar

26 November 2018

Inspiring Queensland has established an events calendar for science-related events throughout Queensland.