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Welcome to the human-to-human era

If there was any place to be this year to get the latest on how brands are increasingly connecting sustainability and marketing, and meet the people making the change on...

Guest blog: Sustainability - an approach whose time has come

As a founding member celebrating the Sustainable Business Council (SBC) turning 20-years-old, The Warehouse Group’s Chief Sustainability Officer David Benattar says the Council embodies an idea whose time has come....

How can transport get to net zero?

Over 45 transport industry company leaders met in Christchurch for a joint SBC and Climate Leaders Coalition event on Tuesday, to explore the pathway to zero emissions for freight transport...

Guest blog: The Budget is coming...

Is this just a normal budget with a better brand? How can a spreadsheet have feelings? James Walker from Porter Novelli looks at the the Government’s first “Wellbeing budget”.

On to a good target…

How Science-Based Targets can help your business – Kate Alcock has the latest.

Helping you embark on a low-emissions voyage

So you want to make a difference on climate change, but don’t know where to start? Embark is a one-day event dedicated to connecting businesses with low emissions solutions, products,...

Guest blog: A few thoughts on the Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Bill

Storytelling, climate related risk and helping customers offset their own emissions - what does the Zero Carbon Bill mean for businesses? James Walker from Porter Novelli’s new sustainability practice looks...

Guest blog: Tidy Kiwis are becoming more considerate

Nearly three-quarters of New Zealanders say that environmentally friendly packaging influences their purchase decisions.

Guest blog: How Fairtrade impact achieves the Sustainable Development Goals

Did you know that your morning cup of tea or coffee can change lives every day?

Working with consumers towards a better life for all New Zealanders

Brands have the power to support New Zealanders to live a good life that just happens to be a sustainable one.