Partners

Climate Ready Australia 2030 is being co-developed with peak bodies that represent sectors critical to society.

Partners

Climate Ready Australia 2030 is being co-developed with peak bodies that represent sectors critical to society.

We are proud to be collaborating with the following partners and welcome new peak bodies to join us in shaping a climate ready Australia.

Engineers Australia

With around 100,000 individual members, Engineers Australia is the profession’s peak body. We are the voice of the profession, and exist to advance the science and practice of engineering for the benefit of the community.

Planning Institute of Australia

As the national body for planners and the planning profession, PIA represents approximately 5,300 planners and connects with over 10,500 planners annually. PIA believes in the power of planning to shape our world, including driving action on climate change. You can read more about PIA’s climate advocacy here.

Griffith Climate Action Beacon

Griffith’s Climate Action Beacon seeks to develop the knowledge, leadership, capacity and responses to enable effective and just climate action throughout society. action. Learn more about Griffith Climate Action Beacon and its commitment to progressing climate action.

Australian Youth Affairs Coalition

We are the national voice and advocate for young people. We represent more than 4.5 million age 12–25 across the country and believe that young people have the power to create a better world. Learn more about AYAC

Infrastructure Sustainability Council

The Infrastructure Sustainability Council is a member-based, purpose-led peak body working in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand to enable sustainability outcomes in infrastructure including through the leading quadruple bottom line infrastructure assurance tool, the IS Rating Scheme.

AILA LogoAustralian Institute of Landscape Architects

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects leads a dynamic and respected profession: creating great places to support healthy communities and a sustainable planet. Find out about our Climate Positive Design plan here.

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United Nations Association of Australia

The UNAA contributes to climate action by convening a National Climate Change Collaboration Platform with a focus on collaboration across sectors and industries to share approaches, lessons and success, to sustain momentum to net zero. UNAA advocates for climate change champions working within UN multilateral programs for action.

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Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) represents more than 131,000 financial professionals who are embedded in every level of business, who are pivotal to the increasing need for reporting and assurance on environmental, social and governance issues and risks.

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Indigenous Carbon Industry Network

ICIN is a network of Indigenous-owned organisations that develop and deliver carbon projects, mainly through savanna fire management across north Australia. Our members are currently abating 1.2 million tonnes each year generating $59 million of Australian Carbon Credit Units. We promote and facilitate an active, innovative and Indigenous-led carbon industry supporting healthy country and better livelihoods for Indigenous people.

Ecotourism Australia

Ecotourism Australia is the national peak body to support the growing ecotourism industry. We developed the first ECO certification program, recognised by the GSTC. We actively champion our ECO Certified operators while inspiring and informing sustainable tourism across our industry.

Engineers Australia

With around 100,000 individual members, Engineers Australia is the profession’s peak body. We are the voice of the profession, and exist to advance the science and practice of engineering for the benefit of the community.

 

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Planning Institute of Australia

As the national body for planners and the planning profession, PIA represents approximately 5,300 planners and connects with over 10,500 planners annually. PIA believes in the power of planning to shape our world, including driving action on climate change. You can read more about PIA’s climate advocacy here.

Griffith Climate Action Beacon

Griffith’s Climate Action Beacon seeks to develop the knowledge, leadership, capacity and responses to enable effective and just climate action throughout society. action. Learn more about Griffith Climate Action Beacon and its commitment to progressing climate action.

Australian Youth Affairs Coalition

We are the national voice and advocate for young people. We represent more than 4.5 million age 12–25 across the country and believe that young people have the power to create a better world. Learn more about AYAC.

Infrastructure Sustainability Council

The Infrastructure Sustainability Council is a member-based, purpose-led peak body working in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand to enable sustainability outcomes in infrastructure including through the leading quadruple bottom line infrastructure assurance tool, the IS Rating Scheme.

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Australian Institute of Landscape Architects

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects leads a dynamic and respected profession: creating great places to support healthy communities and a sustainable planet. Find out about our Climate Positive Design plan here.

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United Nations Association of Australia

The UNAA contributes to climate action by convening a National Climate Change Collaboration Platform with a focus on collaboration across sectors and industries to share approaches, lessons and success, to sustain momentum to net zero. UNAA advocates for climate change champions working within UN multilateral programs for action.

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Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) represents more than 131,000 financial professionals who are embedded in every level of business, who are pivotal to the increasing need for reporting and assurance on environmental, social and governance issues and risks.

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Indigenous Carbon Industry Network

ICIN is a network of Indigenous-owned organisations that develop and deliver carbon projects, mainly through savanna fire management across north Australia. Our members are currently abating 1.2 million tonnes each year generating $59 million of Australian Carbon Credit Units. We promote and facilitate an active, innovative and Indigenous-led carbon industry supporting healthy country and better livelihoods for Indigenous people.

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Ecotourism Australia

Ecotourism Australia is the national peak body to support the growing ecotourism industry. We developed the first ECO certification program, recognised by the GSTC. We actively champion our ECO Certified operators while inspiring and informing sustainable tourism across our industry.

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