WEBINAR | North-East Forestry Hub Social License to Operate: Lessons for the Timber Sector

Due to technical difficulties during our Social License to Operate webinar in early October, Forestry Australia is offering this session again. If you have registered for this webinar previously, please check your inbox with joining instructions. If you have not registered yet, we would like to invite you to register. New details below.

Date: Thursday 23 November | Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm (AEDT)
RFP CPD points: 1.0

Join us for a deep dive into recent research from the North East NSW Forestry Hub, comprising extensive focus groups, interviews with Key Opinion Leaders, and 2,200 quantitative assessments.

This webinar will explore Australian sentiments on wood, native harvesting’s societal role, and the pros and cons of native forest harvesting. While centered on native timber, the findings offer valuable insights for the broader timber sector.

The study also examines the industry’s social license to operate from an Australian perspective. Don’t miss this opportunity to understand the pulse of the nation on timber-related concerns and their broader implications.

Registrations (Inc. GST):
Members: $10 | Student Members: $0 | Non Members: $50
Registrations will close: 10:00am, Wednesday 22 November

Neil Stollznow – StollzNow Research

Neil is renowned for his expertise in quantitative research techniques. Having held pivotal roles at The Research Society, including National Secretary and Board Member, he boasts a rich 30-year history in the market research sector. Significantly, Neil has specialized expertise in “social license to operate”, with prominent contributions to Snowy Hydro Limited, Major Projects Canberra, and TasWater. His extensive work covers various research domains: consumer, B2B, trade markets, and more. Neil holds the Qualified Practicing Market Researcher (QPR) status from The Research Society.

Giselle Stollznow – StollzNow Research

Giselle is a seasoned qualitative researcher. She’s led research across Australia, from cities to rural locales, with a diverse array of participants, from politicians to farmers. Her expertise spans health, agriculture, legal sectors, and more. Giselle is sharp, patient, and deeply inquisitive. In projects, she’s responsible for directing qualitative research, shaping questionnaires, and diving into data analysis. Giselle has a BSc Psych (Hons) from the University of New South Wales (1985) and has Qualified Practising Researcher (QPR) certification from The Research Society (2003).

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