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CLC Statement of Ambition case studies
These case studies are designed to support signatories to meet the new Statement of Ambition
Z Energy – Navigating the journey to a zero-carbon and climate resilient future
In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action we put the spotlight on Z Energy’s leadership and forward thinking that is helping drive a low carbon future.
Technology taps into a sustainable future – told through Spark
In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate actionhttps://wordpress.org/support/article/settings-sidebar/#excerpt, we feature the mahi that Climate Change and Business Conference Platinum Sponsor Spark New Zealand is doing to enable smart tech solutions and helping shift Aotearoa to a low-carbon economy.
Downer – Social Purpose and a Just Transition
In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action Downer puts the spotlight on social purpose, and how ensuring a Just Transition is a critical part of our climate change response and transition to Net Zero.
DB Breweries – the path to a zero carbon future
In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action we put the spotlight on reducing carbon footprints, showcasing some of the big wins so far, as well as the challenges ahead.
When it comes to reducing carbon footprints, the team at DB Breweries have notched up some pretty impressive achievements, and they aren’t done yet.
Brewing a Better New Zealand is their business purpose, and the drive to be a positive force for change comes straight from the top.
IAG – Adaptation and Mitigation go hand in hand
In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action we put the spotlight on adaptation and hear from Insurance Australia Group Limited (IAG) to find out more about why adaptation plays such a key role in the country’s response to climate change.
Countdown and CHEP collaborating in the circular economy
In 2020, Countdown released its ambitious 2025 Sustainability Plan. The plan features 14 goals and more than 40 commitments across ‘People’, ‘Planet’, and ‘Product’.
Genesis – Carbon footprint reduction wins
In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action, we put the spotlight on Genesis Energy and its work to reduce its carbon footprint. We showcase some of the company’s big wins so far, and the challenges ahead.
Christchurch Airport – Creating Space for Future Generations
In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action we put the spotlight on Christchurch Airport’s leadership and forward thinking guiding their plans for the future.
Like many leadership teams, those at the helm of Christchurch International Airport (CIAL) understand acutely the urgency to reduce our emissions in order to give us a chance of keeping temperatures within 1.5 degrees, as increasingly unlikely as that may be.
EECA insights into NZers’ attitudes and behaviours towards climate change and energy use
Findings from more than three years of research into New Zealanders’ attitudes and behaviours towards climate change and energy use.
The research shines a light on the impact of age, gender, culture, income, and regionality on people’s beliefs, priorities, and actions.
Building the future airport now – Christchurch Airport’s green transition
Dr Piers Locke, a sustainability consultant and researcher, recently completed a deep dive into, and assessment of, Christchurch Airport’s sustainability claims and programmes.