There are three Sustainable Business Network events coming up in Tauranga;
GreenDrinks, One-Day Forum and Sustainable Backyards forum: Prosperity, Innovation & Action.
February GreenDrinks Tauranga
The Soapbox sessions will now be held on Wednesday 22nd February. Sponsored by BNZ, this is your opportunity to present a 5 minute message to Tauranga MP Simon Bridges on an issue relating to sustainable development. Think renewable energy, infrastructure, agriculture, transport…speakers must be members of SBN, but you can invite a non-member to attend. Click here for more information.
One-Day Forum 29 March 2012
This SBN forum aims to shed light on the latest sustainable thinking which will be evidenced via real business case studies. You'll have the opportunity to participate in practical and co-creation sessions to ensure your business excels in a new sustainable era of shared values and collaboration. An effective sustainable business must redefine value; engage its audiences; and work collaboratively in order to thrive. This forum will endeavour to provide the thinking and tools necessary to facilitate this.
Sustainable Backyards forum: Prosperity, Innovation & Action.
International Business Journalist Rod Oram returns to Tauranga with Morgan Williams, Former Commissioner for the Environment, and a local guest speaker to examine local, national and international initiatives working towards sustainable growth. The Forum will be held at Tauranga Boys College on 20th March, 7-9pm and tickets will be $15. For more information or to pre-book a ticket, please email the Environment Centre email@example.com
Have you heard about CReW?
In 2011, Energy Options started a funded collaboration with Pou Whakaaro, Te Runanga o Ngati Awa and Whakatane District Council, to work on the establishment of Community Resources Whakatane (CReW). CReW will be a place to recover, reuse and resell waste materials from the Whakatane District. There is a vacancy for a Manager for day to day management of the facility. Click here for more information about the role.
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