Danny Pritchard

12/11/2018

Danny is the CEO of Duffle & Co, which sells high quality, ethical merchandise. Everything Danny does is centred on proving business can create great products and experiences, while having a positive impact on the environment and the people who make the products. He focuses on every aspect of the supply chain.

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Olivia Philpott

12/11/2018

Olivia joined Watercare in 2016 after completing a Masters degree, attracted by the topic of water and public service.

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Holly Norton

12/11/2018

Holly founded Collaborate, a platform that empowers and upskills people to create social change through volunteering.

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Siddhartha Mehta

12/11/2018

Sidd has volunteered with Generation Zero, the youth-led movement dedicated to reduce NZ’s carbon emissions, for the past four and a half years.

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Maddison McQueen-Davies

12/11/2018

At just 16 years old, Maddison single-handedly runs Share a Pair. Share a Pair, which Maddison started at the age of 15, collects pre-loved shoes and distributes them to people in need.

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Catherine Lea

12/11/2018

Catherine Lea is Marine Research and Conservation Officer at Auckland Whale and Dolphin Safari. She manages a wide range of activities at the company related to research, conservation and sustainability. These range from organising new research projects and building relationships, to ensuring people separate waste on board boats, and starting a blog on the company website. In her spare time she helps with marine mammal research and volunteers for the Department of Conservation.

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Finn Lawrence

12/11/2018

Finn Lawrence is co-founder of car share company Mevo. He has a pivotal role in making convenient car sharing a reality in Wellington.

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Olie Body

12/11/2018

Olie founded Wā Collective. She is passionate about ending period poverty, period waste and changing the way we talk and act about menstruation.

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Tongariro River Rafting

12/11/2018

Tongariro River Rafting set up the Blue Duck Project Charitable Trust with other business owners to protect the Whio (blue duck). The aim was to increase the number of blue duck on the Tongariro and other Central North Island rivers by eradicating the pests that are threatening their population. The Trust has established trapping lines that stretch 42 km along the banks of North Island rivers and the project is in its 10th year of operation.

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Te Whangai Trust

12/11/2018

Te Whangai is a socio-environmental enterprise that harnesses skills of vulnerable people to restore waterways and wetlands. It was founded 13 years ago to address issues on climate change, water quality, social inclusion, poverty, and equity.

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