Auckland Council’s Low Carbon Living team has developed a science-based programme called ‘Live Lightly – Noho Ma-ma-’.
Since 2016, The Warehouse’s Red Shirts in the Community programme has helped more than 1100 young people who are not currently in employment, education, or training, gain retail skills and experience the workforce.
Steve Dixon is GM Strategy and Partnerships, Enviro-Mark Solutions, and will be speaking at the Embark event on 24 July at SKYCITY Auckland.
Pablo Kraus, Managing Director of ecostore, shares his family journey on sustainability, how he came to lead ecostore, and what they are doing to reduce emissions in the Climate Leaders Coalition as well as helping out with Plastic Free July.
Is SBC helping its members be the best for New Zealand and the world?
Stephen Tindall was one of the original founders of the New Zealand Business Council for Sustainable Development in 1999. He reflects on the progress made in sustainability and what is yet to be achieved.
Members talk about the Good Life 2.0 Playbook New Zealand
Alison Herft, Member and Consumer Programme Manager, reports back on the highlights from the Sustainable Brands conference in Detroit, and interviews CHEP and L’Oreal.
Contact has been providing energy for New Zealanders for just over 20 years. Kaapua Smith, Head of Sustainability, talks about her path to sustainability, what she has seen in sustainability at Contact and what she would like to see in future.
Waste Management was a founding member of the New Zealand Business Council for Sustainable Development (now SBC) in 1999, along with Living Earth.
Volker Kuntzsch reflects on what he has seen in sustainable business in the last 20 years and what needs to happen in the next 20 years.
Alistair Davis reflects on what has been achieved in the last 20 years and what we need to do in the next 20 years.