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The NZ businesses leading the way on sustainability
Opinion piece from Business New Zealand CEO Kirk Hope on CLC and SBC’s pre-election briefing.
Business leaders outline election priorities to drive climate action
The Sustainable Business Council (SBC) and Climate Leaders Coalition (CLC) have laid out their joint climate policy priorities for political parties to consider as they gear up for October’s General Election. The briefing paper sets out 10 key...
‘Open for business: Ag JV to help farmers reduce emissions’
Update from Ag JV which includes Coalition signatories ANZCO Foods, Fonterra, Ravensdown, Silver Fern Farms and Synlait.
Give us certainty, sustainable business leaders plead after climate assessment
The Climate Action Report Card assessed some of New Zealand’s biggest companies on their climate progress. While the report painted a picture of an economy moving too slowly, business sustainability leaders say there are green opportunities just waiting to be grasped.
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KiwiRail joins Climate Leaders Coalition
KiwiRail has today committed to help New Zealand move to a low-emissions future, through improving its own operations as well as helping other businesses reach their own sustainability targets.
Watch the launch event on July 12
Watch the Climate Leaders Coalition launch event, which occurred on July 12, 2018.
Background on the Climate Leaders Coalition
Supporting the announcement of the Climate Leaders Coalition and the signing of the CEO Climate Change Statement, the following document has been created to provide an overview of the Coalition, the case for a low emissions economy, and the background of Coalition members, business leaders, and their sentiment and action in this space.
Business leaders embrace the opportunity of a low-carbon future, says Meridian
Business leaders embrace the opportunity of a low-carbon future, says Meridian. Meridian Energy is proud to be one of 60 businesses that today have signed the CEO Climate Change Statement, the first step taken by the Climate Leaders Coalition to drive positive change.
From Z to Air New Zealand: New Zealand’s leading businesses take up the climate change challenge
60 businesses making up nearly fifty percent of New Zealand’s emissions have joined forces to tackle the issue of climate change.
It’s a significant move by the New Zealand business community, being praised as “strong” and “unprecedented” by local and global organisations.
On a mission to reduce emissions in New Zealand, the group of 60 CEOs have formed the Climate Leaders Coalition, recognising the role that business can play in bringing about change and signing a joint statement, which commits their companies to action.
Lion’s latest craft beer brewery sets the sustainability tone for more
Lion has opened its latest craft brew bar in Christchurch which will be a pilot for its next one due to open in Auckland next January.
Lion and rival DB Breweries enjoy about 90 per cent of all beer sales in New Zealand but have faced growing competition from nearly 200 independent craft breweries in recent years.