Keep Australia Beautiful

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The Keep Australia Beautiful (KAB) Association is a not-for-profit organisation best known for running the Australia's national Tidy Towns program.

KAB says it's mission is "to encourage the Australian community to protect and conserve the natural environment through individual actions".

KAB has branches in each state.

They endorse the beverage industry's Don't Waste Australia Do the Right Thing campaign. [1]

Directors

Accessed October 2007: [1]

Board Members

  • Don Chambers - Chairman - Representing Victoria
  • Mel Hay - APM Senior Vice Chair - Representing Western Australia
  • Ken Stewart - Junior Vice Chair - Representing Tasmania
  • Hugh Springford - Treasurer - Representing New South Wales
  • Geoff Finch - Representing Northern Territory
  • John Harry - Representing South Australia
  • Bruce Wallace - Representing Queensland
  • Tanya Ha Writer -, presenter, environmental campaigner Sustainable living advocate
  • Greg Charlesworth - Company Director, Member of past winner of Australian Tidy Towns Awards
  • Rolfe Hartley - President of the Australian Institute of Engineers; Chair of the KAB ACT Committee.

Staff

Keep Australia Beautiful Network

Accessed August 2007: [2]

Funding

KAB has corporate sponsors from a wide range of industries and from government. Notable sponsors include:

Contact details

Level 1, 83 Marion Street,
Harris Park NSW 2150
Phone: 02 9633 3380
Fax: 02 9633 4402
Web: http://www.kab.org.au/

See also

Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch

References

  1. People, Keep Australia Beautiful, accessed October 1, 2007.
  2. Our Board, Keep Australia Beautiful, accessed August 13, 2007.
  3. Your Board, Environmental Group Limited, accessed August 13, 2007.

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