I have been working in the EIA field since  1990 including:

  • 10 years as a manager and assessment officer with the WA Environmental Protection Authority;
  • Two years as the independent Appeals Convenor in WA advising the Minister for the Environment;
  • Ten years researching and teaching EIA at Curtin University;
  • A member of the International Association of Impact Assessment for 18 years (current); and
  • Member of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand Special Interest Group on Impact Assessment (current);

During that time I have written on a range if EIA related matters and developed a significant training and teaching set of resources.  Below is a list of the key research and other publications I have carried out. The last link is a work in progress - chapters of a text book on the practice and theory of EIA in support of the teaching EIA:

As well, I have organised a series of national forums on impact assessment. Below are links to the presentations that were presented at the 2017 and 2018 forums: