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Queensland Industry Breakfast 2022

Icon of a calendar 23 Feb, 2022 | Small clock icon 7:00am-9:00am AEST | Icon of a map pin Victoria Park, Brisbane

Join us for our first Queensland Branch event of 2022 and hear from a panel of Queensland Regulators on their urban water policy vision for the year ahead. Linda Dobe, Deputy Director-General, Water and Chris Mooney, Director Environmental Services and Regulation will share the priorities of their Departments and invite feedback from delegates. 

Event Details

Date Wednesday, 23 February 2022
Time 7:00am - 9:00am AEST
Venue The Ballroom, Victoria Park
Address 309 Herston Road, Herston QLD


Linda DobeLinda Dobe, Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing & Water

Linda is the Deputy Director-General, Water within DRDMW. Linda has worked in state government water functions for more than 18 years with lead roles covering all aspects of urban water, rural water, policy and regulation and bulk water infrastructure planning. Prior to working in water, Linda worked for 5 years in the state government mines department on various policy and planning matters, stakeholder engagement and led the State's Indigenous Land Use Agreement for Exploration Projects. Linda also has private sector experience in education, finance, and mining, where she worked as an exploration geologist for some years. She has strong networks in the water sector and enjoys the challenge of building teams of people across organisations to respond to difficult problems.

Chris Mooney-1 Chris Mooney, Department of Environment and Science

Chris is the Director, Environmental Services and Regulation at the Department of Environment and Science. Chris has worked in the Queensland government in environmental protection in both compliance and development assessment roles since 2009. In 2014 Chris commenced working with Queensland’s local governments and utilities and has been heavily involved in licencing and regulating sewage treatment as well as other waste management activities. Now as the Director of the Development Business Centre, Chris is also responsible for the regulation of coastal dredging and development and aquaculture and continues to build on her experience regulating activities which have potential to impact Queensland’s waters. Chris is keenly interested in protecting water quality and enhancing environmental values throughout Queensland.


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