Excluded and disadvantaged young people in New Zealand are facing major challenges in finding and keeping jobs, while at the same time key industries are predicting major labour shortages in the coming decade.
SBC’s 2018 Sustainable Leadership programme kicked off with an insightful, challenging and truly inspiring session in Auckland earlier this month.
SBC and Catapult are thrilled to launch 2018’s Sustainability Leaders Programme (SLP2018) also titled leadership in a changing world next week.
A guest blog from one of SBC’s original members, Geoff Bennett, CEO of Energy & Technical Services
SBC’s executive director, Abbie Reynolds, reflects on the big issues affecting sustainable business councils worldwide.
At SBC we’ve noticed since early 2017 that many of our member businesses are setting emissions reduction targets to 2030, 2040 and even 2050.
Abbie Reynolds learns that natural carbon sinks, such as forestry and wetlands, hold huge potential to help New Zealand and the world transition to a low emissions economy, at the WBCSD liaison delegate meeting in Switzerland.
At the World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s Liaison Delegate Meeting last week, Peter Bakker predicted some of the big trends for sustainability professionals will be: The cost of capital, future of work and disruptive technologies.
Sustainable Business Councils around the world are grappling with the same sustainability issues as we are, here in New Zealand. Abbie Reynolds reports back from Switzerland.
SBC interviews Felipe Arango, MD of BSD Consulting, about blockchain’s connection with sustainability, measuring natural capital, and financial inclusion.
A blog about how integrated thinking and reporting can help businesses decide how to adapt and be more resilient in the long term.
Sustainability is no longer a niche pursuit for middle class Kiwis. It’s now about collective action and changing values, says SBC’s Member Engagement Manager, Alison Herft