SESA is overseen by three professional associations:
The Australian Water Association is Australia’s leading membership association for water professionals and organisations.
AWA is independent and not for profit. It plays an essential role in supporting the Australian water sector in the delivery of effective and sustainable water management practices. Our mission is to foster knowledge, understanding and advancement in sustainable water management – its science, practice and policy – through advocacy, collaboration and professional development. We operate across all Australian States and Territories through an active branch network as well as maintaining extensive international links, including with the International Water Association. AWA’s activities are centred around a comprehensive program of conferences, workshops, publications, industry programs, training courses, networking and b2b opportunities. AWA’s Annual Conference and Exhibition is Australia’s largest water industry event.
WMAA is the peak body for all stakeholders in the waste and resource recovery industry. Our purpose is to support our members in achieving sustainable waste and resource management across Australia. We do this through leadership, collaboration, and knowledge sharing. Our values are to be professional, proactive, collaborative, informative. We are the voice of the industry, the first port of call for government when seeking industry views and input. We provide a range of services to support our members, including networking and events, high value information and learning, training, and industry development programs.
AAEE is Australia’s peak professional body for Environmental Educators.
AAEE advocates for Environmental Education and promotes best practice. It contributes to skills development among educators across the country and internationally. Environmental Educators work in government agencies, schools, businesses and community organisations. AAEE helps them stay at the forefront of sustainability education and behaviour change. It provides a network for the growing force of cross-sector environmental educators.
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