A new frontier – using tech to map further and faster
Wednesday, 8 April, 2020
Gone are the days of arduously scaling landscapes to map gnarly features; nowadays mapping is a high-tech exercise. we explore how ELA’s experts are using technology to overcome a whole variety of inherent barriers in mapping, helping clients go further and faster than they’ve ever gone before.
Message to our clients and community
Thursday, 19 March, 2020
A message around how ELA is helping amidst the new landscape of COVID-19.
Breaking ground on broken ground - Setting the precedent for brown coal mine closure in the Latrobe Valley
Monday, 16 March, 2020
What's the best way to tackle the closure and rehabilitation of Australia's largest coal mine? We threw out the traditional client-consultant approach and have shown that collaborative working is the way forward.
The new Koala assessment requirements in NSW - what does it all mean?
Monday, 9 March, 2020
This now applies from 1 March 2020. For anyone planning a development in NSW, we've put together a step-by-step guide to simplify the process.
This International Women’s Day we share our thoughts on why more women should join the team
Friday, 6 March, 2020
ELA asks the team why they think more women should join the team and we got a very clear response: support. We discuss the benefits of being a woman and working with women at ELA, and why diversity is part of our DNA.
ELA’s next generation contributing to meaningful change
Tuesday, 3 March, 2020
How are ELA'ers making a difference? We chat with Dan Panickar about his exciting achievement being selected to join the Urban Development Institute of Australia committee and his passion for effecting positive change.
The Aboriginal Riverkeepers – Where are they now?
Monday, 2 December, 2019
We look back on the incredibly rewarding 2014-2017 Aboriginal Riverkeepers project that placed social outcomes for Aboriginal community members as a priority by training eight Aboriginal youths to become qualified bush regenerators.
What on earth is Cultural Heritage Management?
Monday, 18 November, 2019
Cultural heritage, what is it exactly? This month we get the scoop from Senior ELA Heritage Advisor Zak Jones from our Melbourne and hear about his fascinating project.
Keeping Australia’s largest music festivals in tune with the environment
Tuesday, 5 November, 2019
Music festivals can have a wonderful benefit to the cultural fabric of a place, but what kinds of benefits can they have for the natural environment?