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September 9, 2020

The Australian Sustainability Conference – people, planet, profits

The Australian Sustainability Conference 2013 will bring together practitioners to explore ideas to create and develop effective sustainable business strategies.

The conference is aimed at industry and business looking to harness the real value of sustainable practice, and understand more of the ‘how’ instead of the ‘why’.

The Australian Sustainability Conference and Exhibition 2013 will be held in Melbourne, alongside Australia’s premier clean energy event, All-Energy Australia. The events will be at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre during October 9-10, 2013.

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australian sustainability conference logoKey areas to be explored include: getting a return on investments in sustainability and demonstrating this through profits. Attendees will also hear about putting sustainability into practice and achieving effective change. Working directly with suppliers to improve management and ethical performance along the supply chain will also be a focus area.

Understanding the value of sustainable technology, tangible solutions and processes for improving water and energy efficiency will also feature strongly at the Australian Sustainability Conference.

The Banksia Foundation’s Sustainability Awards recognising Australia’s most innovative examples of sustainable research, practice and services will also be announced at the conference.

The event also includes a considerable exhibition space and is a business-solutions event for companies looking for commercial solutions to environmental challenges, organisers said.

The Australian Sustainability conference is a magnet for key decision makers and buyers. It is the most effective way to raise brand awareness and increase sales within this growing sector.

Key note speakers at the Australian Sustainability Conference include: Rupert Posner, Chief Executive Good Environmental Choice Australia; Lisa Tarry, Managing Director Turning Green, Andrew Ure, Managing Director OgilvyEarth; Jochen Zeitz, Former Chairman and chief executive Puma; Catherine Bremner, Head of Environmental Sustainability ANZ; and Andrew Peterson, CEO Sustainable Business Australia.

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