Our Top 10 Articles of 2019
As 2019 draws to a close, we are counting down our top 10 articles from this year for your holiday reading!
"Last week, the final report from the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry was tabled in Parliament after being submitted by Commissioner the Honourable Kenneth Madison Hayne AC QC the previous Friday."
"Sustainability campaigns not only drive engagement in your business but also create better in-house policies and procedures which could reduce costs and have positive long-term effects on your triple bottom line."
"As more and more companies engage in this idea of corporate sustainability, ensuring their business model is centred around the three pillars of economic, social and environmental sustainability, consumers are wanting to see proof of success in these businesses' efforts to create a better future."
"In recent years, companies are becoming more and more recognised for their efforts in their sustainability practices. This happens through the presentation of awards, the listing of top companies and the mention in the news of great feats in sustainability."
"Goal 3 of the United Nation's Global Goals for Sustainable Development aims to increase the health and well-being of citizens around the world. A corporate wellness program is a fantastic way to commit to this goal. "
"Canberra-based sustainability consultant, Caterina Sullivan, has told a Senate inquiry into oil and gas reserves that we're simply playing for time with our reserves as we transition to renewable energy."
"Two Canberra women are using their challenges with adversity to encourage other Canberra women to implement a meaningful self-care routine in 2020 for emotional well-being. A lunchtime workshop is being conducted by resilience advocate Kate Seselja and sustainability consultant Caterina Sullivan who has had a year-long battle with a tumour on her pituitary gland, They have joined forces to help others deal with adversity."
"As more and more companies engage in this idea of corporate sustainability, ensuring their business model is centred around the three pillars of economic, social and environmental sustainability, consumers are wanting to see proof of success in these business' efforts to create a better future."
"For a number of businesses, the commitment to sustainability can seem financially daunting. However, there are a number of ways to commit to sustainability without even touching the bank account."
"Leading Australian consultancy, Strategic Sustainability Consultants, has put forward a submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Agriculture and Water Resources Inquiry into Growing Australian Agriculture to $100 Billion by 2030."
On behalf of the team at Strategic Sustainability Consultants, I would like to wish all of our clients and readers a safe and happy holiday season and all the best in 2020! We will see you back on the 20th of January.