2020 AEBN NATIONAL CONFERENCE: ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY – New Laws, Developments & Funding from across Australia for Business in 2020: March 6, 2020

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2020 AEBN NATIONAL CONFERENCE –  
ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE & ENERGY

New Laws, Developments and Funding from across Australia for Business in 2020 

**PLAN FOR 2020**

Presented by the

Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN)

www.aebn.com.au

In association with

Proud Principal Partner – Russell Kennedy LawyersRussell Kennedy Lawyers

6 March 2020  –  
8.45am for 9.00am to 4.30pm
Venue:  Conference Rooms, Russell Kennedy Lawyers, 469 La Trobe Street, Melbourne

Keynote Speaker:   Dr Cathy Wilkinson, CEO EPA Victoria 


A number of significant changes from across Australia on environmental laws are currently taking place and are scheduled for released in 2020.  In particular, the commencement of the new Victorian Environment Protection Act on 1 July 2020, new Federal and State laws in the areas of Energy and Waste.  The changes throughout Australia will require businesses to modify the way they manage their organisation’s environmental responsibilities. 

To assist you, the Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN) together with proud Principal Partner – Russell Kennedy Lawyers have scheduled the forthcoming 2020 AEBN National Conference that will focus on the changes expected OVER THE NEXT 12 MONTHS, covering Federal, States and Territory changes on:

  • environmental compliance from across Australia
  • considerations for businesses that relate to climate risk
  • new energy and waste developments and laws
  • funding from across Australia
  • and more.   

We are pleased to announce our Keynote Speaker:

  • Dr Cathy Wilkinson – CEO, EPA Victoria

Including the current confirmed presenters – 

  • Stefan Fiedler – Principal, Russell Kennedy Lawyers
  • Mark Rossiter – Executive Director, Regulatory Capacility, Engagement & Legal, EPA Victoria
  • Tim Eaton – Executive Director, Regulatory Standards, Assessments & Permissioning, EPA Victoria
  • Julia Bilyanska – Director Sustainability and Risk Assurance, KPMG Australia
  • Steve Tonner – Senior Environmental Specialist, KPMG Australia
  • Bahador Tari – Victorian Manager, Energetics
  • and more…

The Conference will provide an all-round perspective by key Regulators, leading environmental lawyers,  environment,  climate change and  energy experts – to assist you in understanding IF, HOW and WHEN change should be implemented within your business operations. 

The Conference is designed for industry, business and councils across Australia to PLAN FOR 2020 – in order to remain compliant!

Click 
REGISTER to attend the 2020 AEBN National Conference.

 

AEBN MEMBER NETWORKING DRINKS – 
6 March 2019

 
The Conference will conclude with AEBN Member Networking Drinks from 4.30pm to 5.30pm on 6 March 2020 in the Conference Rooms, Russell Kennedy Lawyers, 469 La Trobe Street, Melbourne.  

The Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN) invites all AEBN Members, including delegates attending the 2020 AEBN National Conference on 6 March 2020, to attend AEBN Member Networking Drinks.  This is an excellent opportunity for Members and delegates to catch up with friends and meet new contacts in a relaxed and enjoyable environment.   

No charge to attend AEBN Member Networking Drinks.

Click REGISTER to attend AEBN Member Networking Drinks.

 

DETAILS

Event:
2020 AEBN NATIONAL CONFERENCE: ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY – New Laws, Developments & Funding from across Australia for Business in 2020: March 6, 2020
Date:
March 6, 2020 8:45 AM
End:
March 6, 2020 4:30 PM
Presented by:
Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN)
Updated:
December 5, 2019
Venue:
RUSSELL KENNEDY LAWYERS
Address:
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Conference Rooms, Russell Kennedy Lawyers, Level 12, 469 La Trobe Street, Melbourne, Select a Country:
Members:
$498 AEBN Member
Non-member:
$585 early bird til 20 Jan'20; $595
Sponsor:
RUSSELL KENNEDY LAWYERS - www.russellkennedy.com.au
Parking:
Early bird parking surrounds the venue
Public Transport:
Train: Flagstaff Station; Trams: Trams run along La Trobe St, William St, Bourke St, Melbourne
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