Membership Benefits

The Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN) membership benefits provides a one-stop shop on the latest environmental, energy and carbon changes from across Australia, likely to impact your organisation and business operations.

AEBN provides member organisations and their staff with 10 core membership services aimed to keep you at the forefront of the changes:

WEEKLY E-NEWS AEBN Environment Network Weekly (ENW) e-news

Keeping you at the forefront of your environmental obligations on a weekly basis

The weekly ENW e-news aims to provide members with the latest changes, news and information likely to impact industry, business and councils on matters such as:

    • Changes to Federal and State (VIC, NSW, QLD, SA, WA) environmental, energy and carbon legislation, guidelines, policies, reviews
    • Updates on environmental and energy industry obligations and reporting requirements
    • Grants and funding opportunities
    • Government initiatives and programs
    • Case studies on industry best practice
    • New innovative technologies
    • Local and global trends on environmental, energy and carbon management,
    • news as it happens!

National Members:

Receive the National ENW e-news weekly that aims to cover changes to Federal, VIC, NSW, QLD, SA, WA environmental laws and obligations. Up to 8 colleagues, within your organisation, will receive the National ENW e-news weekly

State Members:

Receive the State ENW e-news weekly that aims to cover the Federal and ‘your nominated State’s’ (select either: VIC, NSW, QLD, SA or WA) environmental laws and obligations. Up to 4 colleagues within your organisation will receive the State ENW e-news weekly.

Please note: An additional fee of $70 per person per annum applies for additional recipients of the weekly AEBN ENW e-news.

OBLIGATIONS ONLINE –Online access to AEBN’s weekly ENW e-news – aims to keep you up-to-date with your environmental obligations – 24/7, anywhere, anytime

To assist our members in keeping up-to-date with their environmental obligations, AEBN has developed an online ‘NEWS’ webpage to provide members with easy access to topics that we report on in our weekly AEBN ENW e-news.  Members can search for articles by:  TOPIC,  SUBJECT,  STATE  or  DATE.

Members can now access this service by using their Member Login and Password.

EVENTS –Members attend all AEBN events (workshops, seminars, briefings) at the Member Rate – providing our Members with significant cost savings

AEBN events provide a practical and an all round perspective, by the experts – legal, regulatory, industry, technical/scientific, to assist you in understanding IF, HOW and WHEN change should be implemented within your business operations.

NETWORKING –Member Networking Evenings/Drinks provides the opportunity to meet industry leaders from the private and public sectors, academia, leading law firms, consultants, environmental practitioners and members with a similar interest.

Networking at AEBN Member Evenings provides the opportunity to discuss best practice and the latest environmental innovative concepts of business – providing you with ideas, leads and solutions for the future.

The AEBN will notify all members of the next Networking Evening/Drinks.

LEGAL ADVICE –30 minutes of legal advice per call, per environmental issue

This service is proudly provided by Australia’s leading national and international law firms who are members of the AEBN.

Contact us to access this service.

PROMOTING YOU –Promote your environmental best practice through case studies.  Case studies will appear on the AEBN Case Study webpage (access via AEBN Home Page)

The AEBN encourages the implementation of environmental best practice within your business.  To celebrate this, the AEBN provides members the opportunity to upload your case studies onto AEBN’s Case Study webpage – providing your organisation with ample promotion.

To provide your case study, please go to the AEBN Home Page, click ‘About’, then ‘Case Study’ and to the right of the page, click ‘How to submit a case study’.

Members will be required to use their login details to access this service.

JOBS –Advertise your vacant positions on our website

    • Advertise your vacant position free on AEBN’s JOBS webpage
    • Vacant positions will feature until the closing date of the advertised position
    • The JOBS webpage will be extensively promoted to members weekly
    • Vacant positions may consist of, but not limited to, roles in the fields of – environment, water, energy, chemicals, air quality, recycling, sustainability, OH&S…, and may include positions such as – management of all levels, engineers, lawyers, scientists, planners, co-ordinators and field offers.

Members can access this service by clicking on our ‘JOBS’ webpage (above tab) and by using their Member Login and Password.

CONSULTANCY –Member organisations receive 20% discount on all consultancy delivered by the AEBN

A range of consultancy is provided by AEBN to members organisations in the fields of:

    • Dangerous Goods Auditing
    • Risk Assessments
    • Compliance Auditing
    • Management System Development
    • Project Management, and
    • much more…

AEBN will also provide members with leads to consultants who are considered experts in the field.

IN-HOUSE TRAINING –Member organisations receive 20% discount

AEBN provides in-house training and workshops to the needs of your staff and organisational requirements. The AEBN will deliver in-house training at your site.

Visit our Events and In-house Training for details of our courses or Contact Us.

INFLUENCE THE REGULATOR –Lobbying and representation – policy action

AEBN provides members with representation and the opportunity to influence the regulator.

AEBN submissions to federal and state governments are generated from the feedback received from members at our forums on draft legislation, policies and reviews.

Details will be presented to members by our experts providing you with an all round understanding of the impacts and opportunities to your organisation and business operations. Members will be provided with the opportunity to provide feedback that will be incorporated into AEBN’s submissions on behalf of members. Members will be advised of forums where member input will be required for AEBN submissions.

View AEBN’s submissions  (please note, AEBN does not display all submissions).

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