Conference Partnerships

The Association for Sustainability in Business warmly invites your organisation to support our Conference as a partner, sponsor and/or exhibitor.

ENGAGE AND NETWORK with local, state and federal government professionals, alongside Active Living coordinators, Health Promotion officers, architects, directors, historians, urban planners, strategists, town planners, policy officers, police and security rofessionals, biodiversity and waterways personnel, sustainability coordinators, transport and logistics professionals, sports and active lifestyle directors, engagement and communications managers, economic development managers, researchers, Professors, academics and many more! These are the specialists leading the nation with innovative strategies, research, demographic or analytical developments that impact our cities and their liveability.

LEARN in an intelligent, collaborative and immersive environment, with critical information from an educational program that traditionally features 9 keynote presenters, 56 concurrent speakers and poster presentations.

PROMOTE AND SHARE your products or services with a mix of digital, print, face to face and visual representation to a database of over 56,000 subscribers and 10,000 social media followers.

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What Delegates thought about 2017

2017 Conference

“This conference was a great opportunity to meet up with others that were interested in achieving the same goals as I am and looking into potential partnerships and/or synergies as well as learning from others experience and gaining new insights and ideas”

2017 Conference

My goal attending the conference was to find out what issues are concerning councils, consultants and communities when it comes to making cities liveable. This was definitely met – it was terrific to meet a broad range of people including local councillors from all around Australia.”

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NESP's Business Leaders Breakfast 2018

Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub

The Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub is one of six research Hubs in the Australian Government’s National Environmental Science Program. Our world-leading researchers are improving our understanding of Australia’s past, present and future climate so policy and management decisions are effectively informed by Earth systems and climate change science, now and into the future. Our research will help address major challenges that the changing climate poses for Australia, encompassing water, food, natural resources and our environment, our coasts, natural disasters and greenhouse gases.

The Hub is a partnership of CSIRO, the Bureau of Meteolorogy, University of New South Wales, Australian National University, Monash University, University of Melbourne and University of Tasmania. For more information about the Hub and our research, please visit our website.

Exhibitors 2018

AURIN: a platform for Australian urban data.

Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) is a common platform for data access and urban analytics. AURIN has supported hundreds of urban research projects. Examples include the calculation of a national liveability index relating urban design with health and chronic disease. Across Australia state and local governments are using AURIN to plan fair access to housing, health, education and transport services. Case studies are available at

Funded through the Australian Federal Government through NCRIS, AURIN has been accessed by over 9,000 registered users, a number that continues to grow. The users are comprised of University Researchers (85%) (the initial target audience) with the remaining 10% comprising state and local government policy makers and 5% NGOs.
The platform provides managed access to government, research and industry data sets. Currently there are over 3,500 data sets provided by 95 agencies published under Creative Commons or negotiated licence terms. The AURIN metadata capability ensures uniform discoverability and quality of data across publishing agencies (see

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