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What’s COP got to do with it?

As the world gears up, and media attention grows, ahead of COP26 in Glasgow, Kate Wilson Butler, Head of Climate Action, shares some thoughts about why the UN Climate Conference...

Moving Beyond Diversity

With SBC's latest Thriving People initiative launched, here's what our Moving Beyond Diversity ambition means, what key insights are driving our work, and how you can get involved.

The Future is Fair

By choosing Fairtrade products, you’re telling your team, your clients and associates that you support an environmentally responsible and socially just world.

Low Carbon Freight Pathway

  • 16 Apr 2021

The new low carbon freight pathway report

Helping your staff be future ready

Building the capability of our businesses and workforce will be crucial to social and economic wellbeing. Robert Perry reports on our Microcredential pilot with Auckland Unlimited, Sanford and Education Unlimited.

Climate top of agenda for sustainable businesses

We have learned from Covid that by working together we could bend the curve. Now it’s time for us to work together to bend another curve – New Zealand emissions.

Guest Blog: Sustainability Reporting: a worthy endeavour

Sustainability reporting can be daunting for smaller organisations. thinkstep-anz share their reporting journey to help others on the path to success.

Brewing a better New Zealand

SBC’s new ‘showcase’ series for members launched with an inspirational session with DB’s Managing Director, Peter Simons, and Sustainability Manager, Rosie Cotter.

2020's vision - EG Magazine

Mike Burrell was interviewed recently on the topic of Will Covid-19’s economic disruption catalyse a more resilient and sustainable New Zealand?

Guest Blog: When is net-zero really net-zero?

The Science Based Targets initiative has published new guidance for setting credible and meaningful net-zero targets. Barbara Nebel of thinkstep-anz has the key takeaways.