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Oxygen Consulting, in partnership with Auckland University of Technology (AUT), the Sustainable Business Council (SBC), and the Sustainable Business Network (SBN), have launched their fifth annual survey on the sustainability profession in Aotearoa New Zealand and are inviting eligible participants to take part.Read more
Looking for a New Year’s resolution that avoids gut-busting exercise and a punishing diet? Here are some easy steps for your business to cut down on the carbs and lose a few kilos (aka reducing your carbon emissions and waste).
Effective communication plays a fundamental role in progressing sustainability. It’s essential to enhancing understanding and motivating people to act. Here are what I consider to be the best pieces of sustainability communication over the past 60+ years.
As more companies embrace sustainability and consumers seek out ethical brands, there’s been a rapid growth of firms trumpeting their green credentials. However, this has been accompanied by a proliferation of claims of ‘greenwashing’. For businesses wanting to let their customers know about their good work, it can be confusing to know how to communicate it.
Once just a corporate buzzword, sustainability has now cemented its place in the mainstream business agenda. No longer considered a 'nice to have', it has become a critical cornerstone of everyday business operations. Today, the majority of the world's big brands and corporations employ skilled sustainability teams to navigate the journey.
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!
We’ve created a series of new and updated resources covering some of the key sustainability topics to help your business survive and thrive. Taking these steps will help assist the New Zealand economy, as a whole, to shift onto a more resilient path.