NZCS members represent a wide range of coastal science, engineering, management and planning disciplines. They are employed in the engineering and environmental consulting sectors, in local, regional, and central government, in research institutes, in the tertiary education sector, and in schools.
NZCS is a technical group of Engineering New Zealand. The multi-disciplinary nature of coastal management in New Zealand means many of our members are from areas other than engineering. There are no entry criteria for the society and we welcome membership enquiries from anyone with an interest in the coast.
To join the society, see the membership page.
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To take a leading role in facilitating robust discussion and nationally-coordinated interactions to better manage and learn about our coastal and marine environment.
Sustainable management of New Zealand's coastal and marine environment underpinned by sound science, engineering and policy practice, comprehensive monitoring, involved communities and effective national networks.
The NZCS will promote this vision by being: professional, communicative, apolitical and responsible. The NZCS will work supportively with others with common interests.