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New Zealand’s leading and longest running annual Climate Change and Business Conference is set to bring to life critical discussions in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland next week around what is needed to secure the country’s net zero future. Delivered in partnership between...
In this week's edition of Pānui, COP28 kicks off, SBC welcomes the new Government, we share the 'This Climate Business' episode about CLC turning 5, Westpac survey finds Kiwis are calling for more climate action, Robert Perry shares his takeaways from the recent...
8, 10, [??], 8,000 – What’s the missing number? The answer is 77. If you answered correctly, you must have been among the 90+ business leaders who joined me at our recent deep dive on Modern Slavery, which SBC co-hosted with our friends at DLA Piper. If you couldn’t...
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Gerri Ward, Sustainability Manager at Z Energy shares highlights from the Sustainable Brands 2015 conference in San Diego.
Options in plain sight for increasing uptake of plug-in vehicles
Otago Daily Times interviews Penny Garland from O-I New Zealand and SBC’s Kate Alcock about their work to remove glass from an Otago landfill and ship it to the O-I site for reuse.
The Sustainable Business Council (SBC) is launching an online guide this week to help businesses map and manage their value chains, which it says has been driven by the consumer need for greater transparency.
The Sustainable Business Council (SBC) welcomes the NZ Initiative’s report ‘Investing for Success: Social Impact Bonds and the future of public services.’
Video presentations are now available from the SBC event, ‘Business & Ecosystems: Identifying Risks and Opportunities’. The event brought together speakers from the public and private sectors to talk about how to identify business risks and opportunities arising from ecosystem change in New Zealand
Dieseltalk interviews Penny Nelson about SBC members’ freight efficiency work.
Three SBC member companies, Aotearoa Fisheries Ltd (AFL), Sanford Limited and Terra Moana Ltd recently presented perspectives on natural capital and ecosystem services at the SeaWeb Seafood Summit in New Orleans.
A study by the University of Waikato Management School into New Zealand’s global environmental positioning has found that businesses engaging with sustainability issues and practice are still a minority in New Zealand and an emerging shift in business expectations of government.
Jacqueline Smart talks to SBC members about the big shift in young New Zealanders’ attitudes towards national and cultural identity and how this is reshaping their relationship with brands and companies.
NZ Herald talks to Lisa Watkins from CareEd4 – one of the 11 teams taking part in the Launchpad incubator programme.