UPFRONT Sustainable business

Global warming, destructive cyclones in the Americas, devastating floods here in New Zealand and rethink of our key environmental legislation – the Resource Management Act; with all this top-of-mind future focused businesses will this month take an in-depth look at climate change and sustainability issues.
The Sustainable Business Network (SBN) holds its conference and awards presentation in Auckland, October 11-12 and The Australia-New Zealand Conference and Trade Expo on Climate Change and Business takes place November 4-5, also in Auckland. Visit www.sustainable.org.nz for details.
“Sustainable Growth & Innovation – Inspiration towards Action,” the SBN conference at the Carlton Hotel is about the New Zealand way of doing business.
“New Zealand has the chance to model sustainability to the world by creating new way of doing business that delivers on social, environmental, cultural and economic success,” says professor Mike Pratt, dean of Waikato University Management School and chair of the conference technical committee.
The conference will take key speakers to Christchurch for follow-up half-day event on October 14.
The climate change conference targeting senior executives and policymakers has line-up of local and international speakers including Prime Minister Helen Clark and Eileen Claussen, president of the Pew Center on Global Climate Change. Workshops will explore renewable energy, low emission technologies, energy efficiency methods and greenhouse gas reduction methods. The conference venue is the Sky City Convention Centre – details at www.climateandbusiness.com.

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