Climate Manager Kate Ferguson reflects on the successful SBC collaboration behind the pathway to decarbonise the freight sector, and the steps underway to now develop a model to implement some of the opportunities the work identified.
Risky business: How to help your Board manage climate risk
SBC’s Leadership Manager Jay Crangle and Head of Climate Kate Wilson Butler share their top takeaways following a pilot workshop on how sustainability leads can effectively engage Boards on climate.
Remembering Peter Neilson
Following the recent death of Peter Neilson, former Chief Executive of the New Zealand Business Council for Sustainable Development, SBC spoke to Sir Stephen Tindall and Nick Main to reflect on the contribution Peter made during his time as CEO.
5 Sustainability trends to watch in 2022
Leadership Manager Jay Crangle delves into some of the top emerging sustainability trends to keep your eye on in 2022.
A summer with SBC
Climate Action and Sustainability Intern, Mandira Shailaj, reflects on the insights and learnings gained from her summer interning at the Sustainable Business Council.
The year in review – Mike Burrell
SBC Executive Director Mike Burrell signs off by reflecting on some highlights from the past year.
Thriving through to 2022
Thriving People Manager Rob Perry reflects on his top five 2021 highlights, and looks forward to what’s coming up in 2022.
Leadership in trackpants – lessons from 2021
Leadership Manager Jay Crangle reflects on what we’ve learnt from the high profile speakers we’ve hosted this year in our Taking the Lead webinar series.
COP26 Wrap up
The key takeaways from COP26 in Glasgow.
COP26 event guide
To help you take the pulse of global climate action and engage with COP26, we have created a guide to help you get the most out of the programme from NZ.
NZ business at COP26: Dave Rouse, CarbonClick
We talked to some of those who will be taking part on the ground in Glasgow to find out why they are going, and what they are hoping to achieve.
Guest blog: Sustainable technology – a small change can make a big difference
When Vector upgraded 600 employee laptops in 2020, Quadrent’s sustainable technology lifecycle service rescued them from going to landfill.