Cam Mackenzie is currently principal of the Amaroo Environmental Education Centre – Queensland, Australia and is currently Vice President and past Treasurer of the Australian Association of Environment Education. He is also the current President of the Darling Downs Environment Council. He has been involved in environmental education since 1980 and has been a principal advisor – environmental sustainability for the Department of Education and Training in Queensland. He represented Australia on the Environment and Schools Initiative, a network of environmental educators based in Europe and the Global Environmental Education Partnership, and the Queensland representative on the National Environmental Education Council, National Environmental Education Network and Australian Sustainable Schools Initiative working group. He was the co-convenor of the WEEC 2011 in Brisbane and has attended the WEEC 2007 in Durban, South Africa and WEEC 2015 in Gothenburg, Sweden. Cam is a judge for the Queensland Premier’s Sustainability and Australian Banksia Foundation Environmental Awards. In 2011 he was awarded the Queensland Government’s Australia Day Medal for his service to environmental education in Queensland as well as Environmental Educator of the Year Award from the Australian Association for Environmental Education.
Amaroo Environmental Education Centre and Australian Association ofEnvironment Education - Australia