- adding the weight of your organisation to the state's peak voice on environment matters
- having a vote on Council and an opportunity to have your say on many Conservation policies and decisions
- the opportunity to link-in and network with other groups to share expertise, resources and ideas
- strategic advice and support around lobbying and representation of conservation issues that concern you, to politicians, media, the public and industry
- the opportunity to nominate for the Conservation Council's annual environmental awards
- input to Council work on a wide array of issues, including
o creation of environmental policy and position statements
o representation on government committees
o development of submissions
- access to the Conservation Centre, with its range of facilities and services including
o meeting spaces (with kitchen facilities) for up to 30 people
o a permanent mailing address, and
o space for promotion of membership;
- invitations to seminars and workshops on matters of environment and conservation interest
- attendance at quarterly Council meetings with guest speakers, environmental 'hot topic' updates
- promotion of your group and it's activities and events, particularly through CCSA's fortnightly E-bulletin, and
- membership of our facebook and twitter communities.
YOUR VOICE AS A MEMBER
Members are asked to nominate:-
o one councillor, and
o one deputy for that councillor
to represent the member organization at Council.
Councillors shall be entitled to participate in discussion and decision-making at quarterly Council meetings and shall have one vote in any decision where voting is required.
Peta Montgomery, CCSA Executive Support Officer Ph (08) 8223 5155.