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Sat 27.07.19 – Wellington
Festival for the Future is a remarkable event that attracts 1,200+ emerging leaders from across New Zealand, and increasingly the Asia–Pacific. The action-packed weekend features a diverse range of inspiring speakers, future-focused panels, hands-on workshops and a marketplace for great ideas.
Tue 30.07.19 – Auckland
Join other SBN members in a one-day media training workshop where you will learn how to effectively deal with the news media, get your message across and protect your organisation’s reputation by staying on message when under pressure.
Thu 01.08.19 – Wellington
The Circular Economy Model Office (CEMO) Guide is a free and easy-to-use publication from the Sustainable Business Network which shows how to design out waste in commercial builds and refurbishments.
Sat 03.08.19 – Auckland
Love Omaru Stream are fundraising with 1/2 price tickets for a special trip with Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari.
Tue 06.08.19 – Auckland
If our water could speak, what would she say? The Sustainable Business Network’s Gulf X invites you to a unique experience. Gulf X is working with businesses to restore the mauri, or life giving essence, of Tikapa Moana – Te Moana nui a Toi, the Hauraki Gulf.
Tue 06.08.19 – Bay of Plenty
Deborah Crowe is currently researching the ways in which Blockchain can contribute to solutions supporting environmental sustainability.
Tue 06.08.19 – Bay of Plenty
Hugh Jellie, Managing Director of Āta has invited Tre’ Cates, a highly-respected, regenerative agriculture entrepreneur from Boulder, Colorado to come and visit down-under to run a series of individual sessions and group workshops across the country.
Wed 14.08.19 – Auckland
SBN is excited to host an informative and tasty evening revolving around something many of us love – BEER!
Mon 26.08.19 – Auckland
Empowering NZ business and acting on plastic
We are in the middle of a worldwide movement away from the waste and pollution of discarding fossil fuel derived plastics. It is having profound impacts throughout every business and sector. Huge advantages await those getting ahead of the curve, with growing risks for those lagging behind.
Mon 02.09.19 – Auckland
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals provide an agenda for transforming the world to meet the challenges of ending poverty, enhancing social inclusion, environmental sustainability, peace, good governance and economic prosperity for all countries and peoples. The organising committee are pleased to invite you to join this national, multi-sector Summit on the Sustainable Development Goals – together we are accepting the challenge for our sphere of influence in New Zealand.
Tue 03.09.19 – Wellington
As the most popular training in our portfolio, participants gain advanced communication skills to enhance relationships and generate greater win-win possibilities.
Tue 08.10 – Wed 09.10.19 – Auckland
Where the world is going to arrive is not clear: 1.5°, 2°, or 3° of warming are all still potential futures. Which one eventuates depends on how fast we act and how hard we work to change. What is clear, is that a transition to a climate change-resilient future for New Zealand and it’s business community is must happen.
Tue 29.10 – Sun 03.11.19 – Otago
The ONE Summit is a six day annual event held in the Southern Lakes District. It’s aim is to educate, inspire and enable our transition as a community and nation to a carbon zero, thriving community. The inaugural event in October 2018 was a huge success with 16 events held in Wanaka, Queenstown and Glenorchy with 44 speakers and over 1,000 participants.
Wed 04.12.19 – Nationwide
It is estimated that more than 4.8 million tonnes of plastics were floating in marine environments in 2010. This number is expected to increase by 50-fold by 2100. Cleanup systems need to be actively deployed to collect the plastic litter in the marine environment.