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The Sustainable Business Network (SBN) has announced the winners of the 21st Sustainable Business Awards at an annual ceremony in Auckland this evening.Read more
New research into New Zealand’s sustainability profession has found most sustainability professionals are reasonably confident in their current ability to do their role. However, only half of them believe their current capability development is enough for their future role requirements.
The Sustainable Business Awards are New Zealand’s longest-running and pre-eminent sustainability awards. Now in their 21st year, they recognise businesses, local government, social enterprises and individuals for success in sustainability.
Oxygen Consulting, in partnership with the Sustainable Business Network (SBN), the Sustainable Business Council (SBC) and Auckland University of Technology (AUT), have launched their fourth annual survey on the sustainability profession in New Zealand and are inviting eligible participants to take part.
Kiwi comedian and TV personality Te Radar has taken drastic action to reverse the effects of climate change in the Pacific by attempting to # Sue the Sea. Unfortunately his surprising approach has had completely unsurprising results – failing to get the ocean, and the New Zealand court system, to take any notice whatsoever of his legal intervention.
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.
New research into New Zealand’s sustainability profession has found Kiwi businesses are continuing to invest in and prioritise sustainability by embedding it more broadly across their organisations, but highlights there are challenges ahead.
Oxygen Consulting, in collaboration with the Sustainable Business Network (SBN), Sustainable Business Council (SBC) and Auckland University of Technology (AUT), have launched their third annual survey on the sustainability profession and are inviting eligible participants to take part.