Covid-19 threw the world a real curve ball last year so who knows what’s in store for 2021? That’s the question we put to some our key sponsors as we welcomed in the New Year.
Oxygen Consulting in collaboration with the Sustainable Business Network (SBN), Sustainable Business Council (SBC) and Auckland University of Technology (AUT) have kicked off their second annual survey on the sustainability profession and are inviting eligible participants to take part.Read More
A new business venture is pitching in to reduce the number of tents that end up in landfill after festivals and events around Aotearoa.
New Zealand’s paint industry is the latest to move forward with creating an industry-led product stewardship scheme, reports Trevor Tutt from 3R Group.
The Sustainable Business Network has written to the Government to suggest how sustainability can be practically prioritised during the next meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in 2021, which New Zealand is hosting. We have incorporated the views of our network into the letter.
The Sustainable Business Network has written to the Prime Minister and Ministers, on behalf of our network, in support of a declaration of a climate emergency. To be meaningful, it must trigger more government investment to make it easier for businesses to act.
Tahi is the big winner at the 2020 Sustainable Business Awards, first winning the Restoring Nature category and then trumping three other finalists to win the supreme award, Transforming New Zealand.
Judges for the Sustainable Business Awards have announced five finalists for the Resilience in Crisis Award. The winner will be chosen by public vote.
Major businesses, local authorities, three major New Zealand universities and representatives from national and local government are all working together on a new initiative to make business purchasing more sustainable.
Your jeans may look innocent but they’ve been involved in numerous crimes of fashion long before you fell in love with them. And, they haven’t stopped. While your bootcuts may be guilty, along with just about every other piece of clothing you own, Phil Crawford finds redemption is possible.