New Zealand Food Waste Champions 12.3 is a coalition of 12 champions from across our food supply chain who are committed to halving food waste by 2030. This is in line with the global Sustainable Development Goal Target 12.3. We are sponsored by Countdown. To get in touch with our Co-ordinator, email Tessa Vincent at email@example.com
Victoria University of Wellington is committed to helping New Zealand and the world develop a sustainable and resilient future through our teaching, research and engagement activities and to being a leader in sustainable practice itself.
The Ākina Foundation is growing social enterprise in New Zealand.
Our mission Reframe Aotearoa’s mission is to make accessible to everyone in New Zealand the support and skills they need for communication, conflict, and connectedness. Our dream is for everyone to have the skills to be able to have good conversations and communicate through difficult situations – and access to professional support when they need it. Our work and our Read more [...]
We love amplifying the impact of social impact and sustainably oriented organisations by using the latest web tools to automate your work, saving you time and money so you do less admin and have more impact!
Sustainability Trust is a social enterprise that has been helping people across the Greater Wellington region warm up their homes and live more sustainably for over 15 years. The Trust has a team of sustainability consultants that provide advice and support to businesses, communities and schools on how to live and work in more sustainable ways; with a focus on Read more [...]
Leadership Collaboration Specialist – Helping good people do great things.
We’ve been combining development and trade for over 40 years, illustrating that it is possible to use business to build a better world. We do things a little differently than your average business. We champion an alternative way of trade – a fair way.
We are a network of leading researchers united in a common goal: to create and explore innovative, sustainable materials that will improve the lives of people in Aotearoa and around the world. The MacDiarmid Institute pulls together passionate and committed investigators from seven institutions across Aotearoa who combine their expertise to find new ways to positively transform people’s lives. We Read more [...]
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