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Our newsletters include a monthly round-up of news from SBN and our network on climate, the circular economy, nature and more.
The 71 finalists for this year’s Sustainable Business Awards span sectors from food and beverage to transport, construction, biotechnology and retirement.Read more
The construction industry is coming under the spotlight for the vast quantities of waste and carbon associated with it. SBN is bringing together people from across the sector to identify practical ways forward. James Griffin, General Manager Projects & Advisory, explains why this is important and why you should come along to the Building out Waste and Carbon Masterclass.
Tēnā koutou! At SBN we are committed to improving our knowledge and practice of te reo, tikanga and Te Ao Māori. We know we have a long way to go, but it is already enriching our understanding and appreciation of the land and tangata whenua of Aotearoa New Zealand.
The Sustainable Business Network has been working directly on nature regeneration since 2014. We’ve helped to fund the planting of over 800,000 native plants and trees, working with partners all over the country. In recent years, we’ve funded nature based employment for over 190 people. This is rejuvenating waterways and landscapes and transforming people’s lives.
More young people in South Auckland are set to embark on nature-based careers to help revitalise their communities. This is the focus of a new partnership between the Sustainable Business Network (SBN) and the Milford Foundation.
The Sustainable Business Network (SBN) and Grant Thornton New Zealand have released a report into the barriers Aotearoa New Zealand’s current financial system creates for meaningful progress towards a low carbon circular economy.
Free education and entertainment on the go – wherever and whenever you choose. Podcasts are BIG. More and more are focused on sustainability, but it can be hard to know what to choose. To help out, the SBN team have compiled a list of some of our favourites. Happy listening!
SBN has introduced a nine-day fortnight to improve the way we work. That means we take one day off every two weeks without a reduction in pay. We’re aiming to work smarter rather than harder! Find out why we’ve made the change and how we’re adapting our work practices.
The Te Rapa factory of New Zealand company saveBOARD, which converts packaging waste into environmentally sustainable construction boards, has been officially opened by Hamilton Mayor Paula Southgate and Hamilton West MP Dr Gaurav Sharma.