NABERS and CBD 2020 Conference

Working together for a sustainable future

Experts agree, this is the decade to deliver for the built environment. Deep improvements in environmental performance are both proven and readily available. We have a committed community, ready to lead and happy to share, so our conference theme this year is “Working together for a sustainable future.”

Come and be inspired by our network of change-makers and leaders. Learn how they have used NABERS to overcome challenges, build momentum and set their organisations on the path to net zero emissions, zero waste and optimal use of water.

The conference will be MC’d by TV presenter Craig Reucassel, host of ABC’s ‘War on Waste’ and The Chaser.

The online conference program will feature:

  • Keynote addresses from Minister Angus Taylor and NSW Minister Matt Kean
  • Insights into the best practices, products and partnerships that make NSW and Australia world leaders in building sustainability
  • Latest product and service innovations from the NABERS program
  • Ask the experts - accelerate your own net zero transition with insider secrets, tips and tricks from industry practitioners who’ve been there
  • Deep dive masterclasses and specialist workshops  

Who should attend?

Join like-minded sustainability professionals including national sustainability managers, NABERS assessors, building and facility managers, owners and operators from new sectors joining the NABERS community, as well as local, state and federal policy makers.

We look forward to seeing you online on 16 July 2020!

Please note, our event time has been updated and the event will now run from 10.00am – 1.30pm (AEST)

Event details

Date:
Thursday 16 July 2020
Time:
10.00am – 1.30pm (AEST)
Cost:
Free to attend
RSVP:
By 5.00pm (AEST)
Friday 10 July 2020
Location:
Online

Contact us

Have an enquiry? Drop us a line. nabers@environment.nsw.gov.au

Days to the event

NABERS is a national initiative managed by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment on behalf of the Federal, State and Territory governments of Australia.