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[Webinar] 2022 AEBN NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE CONFERENCE: New Laws, Developments & Funding from across Australia for Business in 2022

March 2 @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

WEBINAR

March 2, 2022

@ 10:00 am (AEDT time) – 4:30 pm

Member fee: $320

Non-member fee: $420

2022 AEBN ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE CONFERENCE WEBINAR: New Laws, Developments and Funding from across Australia for Businesses in 2022

 

Significant changes on a number of environmental laws and requirements from across Australia are expected in 2022 that will impact the way industry, business and councils will be required to manage their environmental obligations.  

The 2022 AEBN National Environmental Compliance Conference WEBINAR has been developed to provide you and your organisation with an overview of the changes expected OVER THE NEXT 12 MONTHS including funding opportunities from across Australia for industry and businesses – to assist you to PLAN for 2022 in order to remain compliant with your environmental obligations.

You will hear from key environmental, energy and carbon management Regulators, leading environmental lawyers (Russell Kennedy and MinterEllison) and environmental experts – to assist you in understanding IF, HOW and WHEN change should be implemented within your business operations.

This Conference is for industry, business and councils from across Australia.

For PROGRAM, please click ‘Program’ (above) for details.

PROGRAM

  • 9.50am – Delegates join Webinar
  • 10.00am – Webinar Commences
    Tina Khoury, CEO Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN)

    • Welcome & Introduction
  • 10.05am – 10.10am
    Facilitator:  Kim Maxwell, Webinar Facilitator, Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN)

    • Includes Webinar Guidance for delegates

FEDERAL

  • 10.15am – 10.45am (30min)
    Kath Rowley, A/Division Head – Climate Change, Federal Department of Industry, Science, Energy & Resources

    • Australia’s Climate action commitment;
    • New developments relating to emissions reduction and energy
    • Q&A – Facilitated by Kim Maxwell, AEBN
  • 10.45am – 11.15am (30min)
    Jane Wardlaw, General Manager – NGER and Safeguard Branch, Clean Energy Regulator 

    • Changes to carbon management obligations and the opportunities for businesses in 2022
    • Q&A – Facilitated by Kim Maxwell, AEBN 
  • 11.15am – 11.30am – TEA BREAK (15min)

VICTORIA

  • 11.30am – 12.15pm (45min)
    Lee Miezis, CEO EPA Victoria

    • New directions and initiatives of EPA Victoria  including new environmental obligations changes and opportunities for business in 2022
    • Q&A – Facilitated by Kim Maxwell, AEBN
  • 12.15pm – 12.50pm (35min)
    Stefan Fiedler, Principal, Russell Kennedy Lawyers

    • An update on environmental compliance issues in Victoria from a legal perspective
    • Q&A – Facilitated by Kim Maxwell, AEBN
  • 12.50pm – 1.00pm – TEA BREAK (10min)

NEW SOUTH WALES

  • 1.00pm – 1.45pm (45min)
    Liesbet Spanjaard – Executive Director of Engagement, Education and Programs
    NSW EPA

    • Environmental compliance changes; new directions of NSW EPA and initiatives in 2022
    • Q&A – Facilitated by Kim Maxwell, AEBN 

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

  • 1.45pm – 2.15pm (30min)
    Kathryn Bellette, Director Policy, Assessment and Finance, EPA SA

    • Details relating to new environmental obligations for industry and businesses with operations in SA, including new initiatives in 2022
    • Q&A – Facilitated by Kim Maxwell, AEBN
  • 2.15pm – 2.30pm – TEA BREAK (15min)

COMMONWEALTH, QLD, WA, TAS, NT, ACT: a legal perspective

  • 2.30pm – 3.45pm (1hr & 15min)
    Josh Dellios, Partner, MinterEllison lawyers

    • A legal perspective on environmental compliance changes within the Commonwealth, QLD, WA, TAS, NT, ACT
    • Q&A – Facilitated by Kim Maxwell, AEBN

FUNDING AND GRANT OPPORTUNITIES FROM ACROSS AUSTRALIA

  • 3.45pm – 4.15pm 
    Louise Walsh, Principal Consultant, Ndevr Environmental

    • 2022 Funding and grant opportunities available for businesses across Australia
  • 4.15pm – CLOSE
    Tina Khoury, CEO Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN)

 

Disclaimer

At the time of registration, AEBN provided the most recent information available and the delegate and/or speaker accept that the content and/or the delivery of the event can change beyond the control of AEBN. AEBN will not take any responsibility for any errors, omissions and changes to the program or content of the event. The AEBN reserves the right to make changes as it deems necessary without penalty and in such situations no refunds, part refunds or alternative offers shall be made.

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Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN)

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In association with

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Russell Kennedy Lawyers

https://www.russellkennedy.com.au/

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Date:
March 2
Time:
10:00 am - 4:30 pm

Venue

WEBINAR

Organiser

Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN)