About this Workshop
It is now well accepted that businesses need to be climate conscious. Environmentally sustainable practices are now expected …. not only to benefit the planet but to benefit the day-to-day and long-term profit and ethical outcomes for businesses and organisations.
In a world where more work is going to be subject to sustainability-oriented procurement requirements all businesses need to ‘go sustainable.’
Until recently there have been few practical guidelines to help build truly sustainable businesses. This workshop highlights the chief reasons for building a more climate conscious business. It also gives specific ideas for how this can happen for your business so that it can be even better at walking the talk on climate consciousness while building its financial profitability.
The benefits are that you will know what:
• Sustainability action is relevant to your organisation
• Tools to use to decide on sustainable practice on a daily basis
• Tools to use to track progress toward achieving sustainable practice
• Processes to use to engage management, staff and other key stakeholders in deciding on and implementing climate conscious practices
About the Presenter
Howard Nielsen is one of the most experienced sustainability consultants in Australia having conducted high-level leadership, sustainability and community development projects with clients as diverse as Boeing, Toyota, Colorcorp, Brisbane City Council, QLD Treasury, Regional Development Australia and many more over a twenty-year period. Howard has a history of initiating and following through on major innovative projects such as the establishment of Green Street and was appointed as a Global Adviser to the United Nations Global Compact Cities Programme.
How to attend this Business Workshop
This workshop will be presented live at Business Moreton Bay Region, 433 Elizabeth Avenue, Kippa Ring 4021. To adhere to physical distancing restrictions there will be very limited spaces available to attend the workshop live. The presentation will also be live streamed to the Official Business Moreton Bay Region Facebook page.
The workshop is presented by Business Moreton Bay Region, Innovate Moreton Bay and RDA Moreton Bay, and proudly supported by Moreton Bay Regional Council.