14/01/2009 - 22:00

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14/01/2009 - 22:00


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Earth from above High-profile environmentalist Phillip Toyne is coming to Perth to give a speech at The University of Western Australia Club’s theatre auditorium on Tuesday January 20. The former head of the Australian Conservation Foundation and deputy secretary of the Commonwealth Department of Environment will address the challenges of mining and sustainability. He comes as part of the Earth from Above exhibition, sponsored by BHP Billiton and The University of Western Australia. The exhibition is a free outdoor photography exhibition that features 120 aerial images capturing the natural beauty of the earth and human endeavour. It will be held at the Perth Cultural Centre until January 21. Tickets to Mr Toyne’s speech are $45 and are available at the University Club, 6488 8770, or go to www.earthfromabove.com.au. 2009 Australasian Oil and Gas Exhibition The 2009 Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition will be held next month. With more than 300 local and international exhibitors from China, Germany, Norway, US and the UK, the expo will showcase the latest in the industry and provide the opportunity to liaise directly with key stakeholders. The exhibition will be held at the Perth Convention Exhibition Centre on February 17 from 11am to 7pm, February 18 from 11am to 7pm, and from 11am until 4pm on February 19. For more information go to www.aogexpo.com.au, or phone (03) 9261 4500. CME 2009 Safety and Health Conference Registrations are now open for The Chamber of Minerals & Energy 2009 Safety and Health Conference. With a theme of ‘Raising the Bar’, the conference will focus on the importance of safety leadership and culture and the broader people issues affecting the industry. The conference will be held at The Hyatt Regency Perth on March 9 and 10. For more information contact the conference secretariat 9389 1488 or go to infor@eecw.com.au


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