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SBA News

SBA welcomes leading carpet and sports pitches company DESSO
13 May 2015

Desso has joined SBA to drive Australian business focus on the circular economy agenda.

Desso globally has set an impressive target for their products to be designed according to Cradle to Cradle® principles by 2020. They are well on the way to achieving their goal, and will contribute valuable learning and insights to the Australian business community.

We are delighted to welcome Desso as a member of SBA and champion of this ambitious Australian work.

Centre for Sustainability Leadership Newsletter
1 May 2015

City of Sydney receives international recognition for Sydney Park
9 April 2015

Why put all our energy eggs in one fossil fuel basket?
27 March 2015

Their Future is also Ours, so what will it take for us to be Ambitious?
20 March 2015

SBAForum Unwrapped
13 March 2015

Let's Get Practical!
05 Mar 2015

Australia’s Road to Paris
27 Feb 2015

Our Work

The Our Green Home project is part of the LIEEP - Low Carbon Communities Program funded by the Australian Government. It is designed to help lower income households save money by reducing energy use. This project is being managed by Sustainable Business Australia and involves SBA members Object Consulting (who provide the smart energy technology), KPMG, Connection Research, Ecocreative and in strategic alliance with APEX Australia. Read more...

SBA Events


Amanda McKenzie, CEO Climate Council
"The great energy transition: what does it mean for the sunny country"

26 May 2015, 5:00pm Art Gallery of NSW

Now in its 2nd year, the Fiona Wain Oration will again be delivered by a leading Australian. In 2015 Climate Council's CEO, Amanda McKenzie will deliver her thoughts on the Sustainability Agenda and the Future of our Country. Details...

Member News


Craig Barker, Ferrero Australia, MD Commercial Division talks Sustainability with SBA CEO, Andrew Petersen
We caught up with Craig Barker at the SBA Forum to discuss the organisations values and objectives and the release of Ferrero Group’s 5th Corporate Social Responsibility Report. We took the opportunity to explore how Ferrero’s global targets and standards translate in the Australian environment and in particular examine Ferrero Australia’s local innovation in critical areas including sustainable sourcing and industrial ecology. Read more...

Ethical Sourcing Program
David Jones sets ambitious target for every product to be ethically sourced. Chief executive Ian Nairn has launched David Jones' ethical sourcing program and supplier code of conduct, saying he wants to see all 1600 brands eventually become sustainable, environmentally friendly, and child and slave-labour free. Click here to read more...

CEO Blog

Could California's drought bookend a new sustainable growth story?
Does California have enough water to grow economically? Does the Golden State have enough water to sustain life? Is California's worst and most severe drought in its history a 1st world problem or a generational bookend on unbridled, unsustainable growth? And what are the global lessons for policymakers, business and civil society? Read more...

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