In It to Win It
The Nature Conservation Council of NSW will host its Annual Conference and AGM on Saturday 11th November 2023.
Featuring presentations from groups and speakers across the movement on how and why we must be In It to Win It. Join us to refine our campaign skills, plan for winning, and move with us into action.
Key speakers will include Penny Sharpe MLC, Minister for Environment, Heritage, Energy, and Climate Change, plus environment spokespeople for the Coalition and the Greens.
We're excited to announce our final program, available online here!
In It to Win It will be an interactive conference, with workshops that will provide participants with tools to run, refine and win campaigns for nature and climate.
We invite all who care for nature and climate to come along, in person if you can, to get together and plan to win.
This conference will be a great opportunity for connecting and community-building throughout the day.
NatureNSW acknowledges that this event will be held and broadcast on the unceded lands of the Gadigal People of the Eora nation. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and their enduring legacy of custodianship and care for Country. Sovereignty was never ceded.
When: The conference will take place from 8.45am - 5:30pm
Where: The NSW Teachers Federation (Surry Hills), and online via Zoom
Note: NCC will conduct our Annual General Meeting to elect our Board and pass Member Group motions from 9am – 11:55am. Everyone is welcome to attend the AGM, or arrive after the AGM for the conference program.
For NCC Member Groups, your entitlement to (voting) delegates is based on your membership status and/or number of members. If you have not renewed your membership, please contact us as soon as possible.
Voting delegates declaration form is available here
Proxy vote registration form is available here
The first Circular for member groups and voting delegates is available here
Conference Business Papers for delegates participating in the AGM are available here
For further information or assistance please email [email protected] or contact 02 9516 1488.