The National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM) is the largest professional association for corporate environment, health and safety (EHS) and sustainability decision-makers. We are dedicated to empowering our members to advance environmental stewardship, create safe and healthy workplaces, and promote global sustainability.
NAEM welcomes EHS and Sustainability professionals from the government and non-profit sector: City, state and federal government agencies may join NAEM at a discounted rate and receive the same benefits as a corporate sponsor.
Benefits of Government/Nonprofit Membership
Networking and benchmarking:
Connect with other leaders at the national level, as well as locally through NAEM’s regional chapters.
Showcase your EHS and Sustainability achievements:
As a government member you will receive an opportunity to showcase your achievements at our professional development programs, a web link on our homepage and recognition in our external communications and newsletters.
Discounts on professional developments programs:
Receive large savings on all of NAEM’s peer-to-peer professional development programs, including our EHS Management Forum - the preeminent conference in the field.
Network with other EHS and Sustainability leaders, and benchmark your program all in one place. Featuring private social networking, original content, a resource library and our Green Tie blog, NAEM’s website keeps you connected to the leaders who are moving the profession forward.
NAEM job board and publications:
This exciting feature lists jobs you won’t find anywhere else! Stay informed of the most pertinent issues though our original online content, quarterly newsletter and NAEM Network News, our bi-weekly roundup of the most relevant headlines for EHS and Sustainability professionals.
Cost of Government/Nonprofit membership
Government/Non-profit dues are based on the revenue size of your organization.
NAEM membership connects you to the largest community of your peers. Ready to join?
Each year NAEM’s annual conference convenes more than 550 attendees for a three-day showcase of the latest strategies corporate environment, health, safety and sustainability (EHS&S) leaders are using to keep employees safe, minimize their company’s environmental footprint and deliver business value through sustainability programs.