Meng Foon, New Zealand’s Race Relations Commissioner, spoke to members recently about the important role of business in reducing inequality for people, business, and communities to thrive together, and how they can contribute to the national action plan shaping a racism-free Aotearoa.
Before lockdown, Megan spoke with Shaun Philp (Chief People Officer) about Chorus’s award-winning programmes to support employee wellbeing.
Colmar Brunton presents the 2021 Better Futures launch event in partnership with the Sustainable Business Council.
This Future of Work project brought together Auckland Unlimited, Sanford, IAG, BNZ, and NZ Steel, along with MBIE.
Mike Burrell talks to Alice Andrew, one of our newest board members, about how 4Sight Consulting’s approach to sustainability has changed due to Covid and the role of SBC and CLC to influence government policy.
Conservation Volunteers New Zealand, Mondelēz New Zealand and Auckland Council are partnering to protect the habitat of the endangered Hochstetter’s frog.
At our 2020 Annual Council Meeting, we heard from Transpower, DB Breweries and The Warehouse Group, as well as Karen Silk, Advisory Board Chair, and Mike Burrell.
On 24 September, the Sustainable Business Council and Climate Leaders Coalition launched their new five-year strategies. We share the highlights from the event.
We introduced Mike Burrell, SBC’s new Executive Director, to our membership at our annual Start of the Year event, and looked at what is coming up for sustainability in 2020.
Developed by SBC and Colmar Brunton, the Good Life 2.0 Playbook New Zealand is the first major national survey on New Zealanders’ aspirations and attitudes to ‘living well’.
Alumni have kindly shared their insights from this year’s Sustainability Leadership programme. Applications for the 2020 programme are now open and early bird registrations close on 31 October.
Catch up on the sessions at the Annual Council Meeting in August, including the work programme update, presentations by our Executive Director Abbie Reynolds and outgoing Chair Alistair Davis, and our panel of young people advising businesses how best to engage with their communities.