The Awards are in their 17th year. They recognise businesses, local government, social enterprises and individuals for success in sustainability.
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At the end of last month, the Ministry for the Environment and Stats NZ released a stocktake of the state of our environment. This report comes out once every three years and we’ve summarised it for you. Spoiler alert: it’s not in good shape.
Don Macky is chair of the Lower Mangapiko Stream Care Group, a volunteer group that has been working over the last thirteen years to improve water quality in their local stream. The group are currently crowdfunding with Million Metres.
At SBN we’re privileged to work alongside some of New Zealand’s smartest companies, organisations that are making a real difference to the wellbeing of people and nature. Yet we’ve never been able to quantify this collective impact, and nor have we asked our members to make this type of formal commitment to sustainability – until now. Read More
This year Organic Week will focus on celebrating and educating Kiwis on all things organic. The focus is on building awareness around where food comes from and highlighting ways organics can benefit families, communities and the environment.Read More
Did you know that your morning cup of tea or coffee can change lives every day?
Fairtrade care deeply about people, the planet and collective prosperity. Working towards fairness for all and sustainability is at the heart of everything they do.
‘Beyond excited’ was how the very first winner of the Future Thinker of the Year Award, Kate Boylan, described her feelings when her name was announced at the celebratory ceremony.Read More
The place you call home often gives you a sense of pride and with that comes a sense of responsibility. A duty to do your bit and look after the land so future generations can enjoy it the same way you have. Speight’s is excited to announce that it’s taking its duty seriously and partnering with Million Metres to make a real difference to the health of waterways in the Otago region.
Speight’s is excited to announce that it’s partnering with Million Metres, an initiative of the Sustainable Business Network, to make a real difference to the health of waterways in the Otago region.
The Sustainable Business Network’s waterway restoration programme Million Metres will receive a $200,000 funding boost from the Ministry for the Environment.