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Your networking connection through COVID-19 shutdown! With a few more V-chats still to come, make sure you check your email for your special invitation to RSVP* (*AMCouncil members only). Check out what's come out of some of our virtual chapter chats so far in the below infographic (you can download your own PDF version here):

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COVID-19 helps usher in policies to reduce effects of climate change

covid1Readers might remember that only last year, and in the first few months of 2020, many of us were focussed on the world’s changing climate and its negative impact on the environment. And then, coronavirus swept across the globe and wholly took our attention. However, countries are awakening from the COVID coma and we are being urged to slowly, carefully, return to our lives. But you may notice, we are not being advised to return to our old ways. Take the United Kingdom for example, where in late May, local councils were directed by the government to increase spaces to allow for social distancing measures as people return to work and school.

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Jump into June - 5 webinars to choose from or join them all

AMTues PostitEvery Tuesday is #amtues (Asset Management Tuesday). We just kicked off June with the first of a two-part look at establishing a new 'new normal': keeping your team connected during complicated times. As for the rest of the month, look what we've got lined up for you. Register for webinars individually below or click here to register for them all at once:

Establishing a new 'new normal': Understanding asset management priorities in changing businesses
9 June: 1pm AEST - Paul North, Head of Solutions, AssetFuture

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May Meeting Point out now

noun newsletter 838775AMCouncil May Meeting Point e-news is out now, packed with all the latest and greatest AMCouncil happenings and news from the past month, including links to some great technical maintenance, transport, data, defence and power articles.

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What becomes of Hazelwood?

HazelNow the chimneys are felled, what will become of the Hazelwood Power Station site?

Hazelwood is a 4000 hectare site that includes among the defunct brown coal-fired power station, a 1281 hectare mine void, operational switchyard, a 524 hectare pondage, as well as landfill and dump areas1. It is owned by Engie, a French-based energy provider.

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