10.08.20

Five alternatives to aluminium at Tiwai

The market failure imposed by the use of Tiwai Point as an aluminium smelter does not mean that there are no other good options. Five alternatives are explored by Associate Professor Nicola Gaston, co-director of the MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology and a Physicist at the University of Auckland.

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Sustainable Business Awards 2020

21.07.20

Enter our Awards now!

There’s just one week to go until entries close for the 2020 Sustainable Business Awards. More than ever we need to celebrate and recognise leaders in sustainability!

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1.07.20

Entries open for 2020 Sustainable Business Awards

A special award for resilience during Covid-19 features among new categories this year.

The Sustainable Business Awards are New Zealand’s longest-running and pre-eminent sustainability awards. Now in their 18th year, they recognise businesses, local government, social enterprises and individuals for success in sustainability.

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1.07.20

Beyond a plastic free July

The Sustainable Business Network is helping businesses meet their commitments to reduce plastic waste and pollution. Find out how you can get involved.

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16.06.20

Beyond Platitudes #blacklivesmatter

There’s nothing new about police violence toward black Americans.  Here in Aotearoa, the level of extra attention of all kinds police pay towards our Pasifika, Māori and migrant communities is well documented. 

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28.05.20

Insights into sustainability professionals: Q&A with Sarah Holden

The findings of New Zealand’s first survey into sustainability professionals have just been launched in a collaboration between Oxygen Consulting, Sustainable Business Network, Sustainable Business Council and AUT University. Sarah Holden, author of the report and Director of Oxygen Consulting, shares some of  her most interesting findings with us.Read More

28.05.20

It’s the climate for the sustainability professional

A ground-breaking report launched today in collaboration with Oxygen Consulting, the Sustainable Business Network (SBN), the Sustainable Business Council (SBC) and Auckland University of Technology (AUT), provides in-depth insights into the rapidly evolving roles of sustainability professionals within New Zealand organisations.

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