Sustainable 60

Thursday, 30 June 2016


Yearlands top sustainability winner
A winery with the vision of becoming the world’s most sustainable wine producer is the Overall Large winner at this year’s Sustainable 60 Awards. Read More
Sustainable 60 2012 winners revealed
Five organisations recognised in community, environment, marketplace, strategy and governance, and workplace categories. Read More
La Nuova laundry focuses on sustainability
Sustainable 60 finalist is a family firm established in 1959. Read More
Green Star shows good returns
Property Council data shows Green Star rated office buildings outperform non-rated buildings. Read More
Work gives Mana Recovery clients new purpose
Landfill operation supports people with mental health needs. Read More
Taking it to heart
Sustainability isn’t mandated for crown research institutes, but it’s a key philosophy for Landcare Research Read More
Put money on it
Sustainability is a driver of long term profitability for ASB. Read More
Aohanga Inc's 100-year plan a valuable lesson
Typical of Maori organisations, Aohanga sees itself as the kaitiaki, or guardian, of the land. Read More
Keeping the balance
Sustainability is the pivot as Morphum maintains the delicate balance between engineering design and nature. Read More
Sustainable to the core
As a not for profit, sustainable social and financial objectives are key at Mana Recovery, says general manager Elizabeth Meaclem. Read More
How to be a sustainability leader
Colmar Brunton has five tips for companies who want to lead the way.
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The test of time
Sachie Nomura is the entrepreneur behind Auckland Asian cooking school Sachie’s Kitchen — a finalist in the 2012 Sustainable 60 Awards. She explains why sustainability drives what she does. Read More
Green leaders missing in action
Businesses have a chance to fill a communications gap and win over consumers.
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CarbonScape runner up in envirobusiness challenge
Grant will help expansion of Blenheim plant. Read More
Cleantech company hunts Clinton prize
Blenheim's Carbonscape in the running for a $788,000 grant for microwave technology that turns biowaste into graphite Read More
Auckland Airport recognised in global sustainability index
Features in Dow Jones list of socially responsible investors. Read More
2012's sustainability finalists found
Fifteen companies make the cut for overall performance in Sustainable 60 Awards.
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Canty firms win $18m Afghanistan solar project
Supplying power to 2500 homes, businesses and government buildings Read More
The swinging door to sustainability
How community involvement is key businesses growing and growing Read More
Business sustainability a matter of definition
60% of respondents to the 2012 Sustainable Business Council/Fairfax Business and Consumer Survey said their organisation behaved sustainably Read More
Pure Advantage hits back at govt
Chair Rob Morrison says the appeal of green growth should be obvious. Read More
Kiwi schoolgirl addresses world leaders at Rio+20 summit
Wellington student tells summit not enough is being done to solve environmental problems.
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NZ’s ‘green’ performance belies brand
Pure Advantage calls on corporates, industry groups, academics, iwi and government to address slide in economic indicators. Read More
Starring in sustainability
Would your company make the top 10? Read More
Getting green
Ngai Tahu's Mark Solomon joins Pure Advantage Read More
The new oil
Forbes Elworthy has a plan for sustainable, guilt-free farming investment.
Can he pull it off? Read More
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