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Australia’s biggest sustainability event on soon

31-08-2010
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Australia’s biggest sustainability event on soon

Australia’s largest sustainability event, the second annual Australian Sustainability Conference and Exhibition, will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on October 9-10.  

This year’s event will see the Australian Sustainability Conference and Exhibition (Australian Sustainability) co-locate with two premier events – the country’s largest clean energy event, All-Energy, and the largest waste management event, Waste Expo.

The Australian Sustainability conference brings together business and industry professionals and strategic leaders to discuss the latest sustainability practice and innovations. 

The program will cover sectors such as technology, water and energy efficiency, management and ethics, resource management, ethical investment, business practice and strategy, up-skilling workforces and international innovative practice. 

“Australian Sustainability, which is the largest of its kind in Australia this year, will see both Australian and international leaders join in two-days of ground-breaking panel discussions and a range of learning and information sharing opportunities,” said Anthony Reed, Event Director, Australian Sustainability.

“This event provides a unique opportunity for Australian businesses and government to showcase their leading sustainability efforts and to learn from others who have successfully adapted sustainability strategies within their industry sector,” he said.

Australian Sustainability is working closely with an Advisory Board of sustainability business experts with representatives from Sustainable Business Australia, Carbon Extra, Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA), Banksia Environmental Foundation, Turning Green, German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Focal Point Australia and OgilvyEarth.

Australian Sustainability will also host the 25th Anniversary of the Banksia Sustainability Awards on the first night of the event.

The exhibition expects to showcase a diverse range of organisations, products and enterprises over the two days.

To learn more visit: australiansustainability.com.au.

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