The Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council (ASBEC) is the peak body of key organisations committed to a sustainable built environment in Australia.
ASBEC's membership consists of industry and professional associations, non-government organisations and government observers who are involved in the planning, design, delivery and operation of our built environment, and are concerned with the social and environmental impacts of this sector.
ASBEC provides a forum for diverse groups involved in the built environment to gather, find common ground and intelligently discuss contentious issues as well as advocate their own sustainability products, policies and initiatives.
ASBEC is a non-profit volunteer organisation. Members commit their time, resources and energy to developing practical opportunities for a more sustainable built environment.
For more information on the organisational structure, constitution and governance of ASBEC, click HERE to download the ASBEC Rules (latest amendment: 11 November 2008)
“There was strong agreement for the need to develop a practical sustainable agenda for Australia’s planning, property and construction industry. The formation of ASBEC creates a national forum for constructive dialogue between key players in the ‘Green Space’ to encourage linkages and a shared national vision and approach.”
Jane Montgomery-Hribar | Executive Director
Australian Procurement and Construction Council