Christmas has come early for Million Metres after receiving $200,000 in funding from Foundation North, making the goal of planting one million trees by 2026 a whole lot easier.
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Little Yellow Bird, a supplier of ethically-made corporate uniforms and business apparel, has achieved New Zealand’s highest sustainability accolade, winning the supreme award at the 2019 NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards.
At last year’s SBN Annual Conference, Minister for Climate Change James Shaw outlined the government’s aim to establish a new legislative framework to address the environmental and social crises of our time. It includes suite of changes with the aim of setting a foundation to tackle climate change and enhance social wellbeing over the next few decades.
Taking responsibility for what you sell – top 5 things we learned from our product stewardship roadshow
Product stewardship is when producers, brand owners, importers, retailers and/or consumers accept responsibility for reducing a product’s environmental impact throughout the whole life cycle.
On Tuesday 15 October, SBN hosted the second masterclass of our Plastic Packaging Series – Innovate – moving away from problematic plastics. A huge thanks to our partners New Zealand King Salmon, Ministry for Primary Industries and Foodstuffs NZ.
The 12th Climate and Business Conference took place in Auckland on 8-9 October 2019, drawing delegates from business, central and local government, and academia.
Submit today on the Government’s new plan to halt waterway decline in Aotearoa. You have until the end of October to submit and help ensure our government has a clear mandate to set strong rules to limit pollution and degradation of our waterways.
Ever thought about what happens to your washing machine when it breaks and can’t be fixed? Landfill right? What if there was a way to avoid this…