Green business

CEO & Business Leaders Summit

CEO & Business Leaders Summit

20 November, 2014

Green World City Organisation is a global alliance of CEOs, senior executives and experts of organisations involved in creating sustainable projects in over 120 countries. They are inviting CEOs, business leaders and experts interested in the business opportunities in creating better future cities at CEO & BUSINESS LEADERS SUMMIT.

Where: Skye Venue, Sydney Tower, Sydney, NSW.
When: 9am – 5pm, Thursday 20 November, 2014.
Cost: Various, check site for details.
Click here for more info.


50 shades of green

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Check out this free online resource to help you make decisions on how to add green plant walls and roofs to buildings.

La Madre bakery

A baker's green conversion

Thursday, 12 December 2013

Artisan baker, Tez Kemp, from La Madre in Geelong talks about the unexpected journey to true sustainability.


Hunting for change

Monday, 25 February 2013

From the foothills of Colorado, USA, Hunter Lovins is a woman convincing big businesses globally to become more sustainable.

Sean and Kelli


Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Escaping listless days at a corporate desk, these entrepreneurs had green dreams and took the daunting step to make them reality.

Partnership opportunity, Moral Fairground

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

The ideal position for an entrepreneurial self-starter who can provide leadership on fair trade issues across Australia. You’ll need a passion for fair trade and ethical business, and some event management experience or background.

Location: Melbourne, Vic.
Salary: New start up.
Applications close: Monday 30 April.
For more info, email Susanna:


A quick cuppa with KeepCup

Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Releasing the first barista-standard reusable cup, KeepCup, Abigail Forsyth used her practical knowledge from working in hospitality to complement her natural business savvy.

Everen solar panel installation

Solar Bonus scheme cropped

Thursday, 28 October 2010

The NSW government says the Solar Bonus scheme has been too popular, and so the feed-in tariffs for solar-generated electricity have been reduced from 60 cents per kilowatt-hour to just 20 cents overnight.

Green boss

How to convince your boss to go green

Friday, 24 September 2010

Emissions-intensive industries such as mining and manufacturing are grappling with what a carbon price might mean for them. But what about the day-to-day environmental impact of all kinds of businesses – what about where you work? How do you convince a harried, time-poor business owner or manager that it’s worth adopting environment-friendly measures?

Green Lifestyle Awards winners

The 2013 Green Lifestyle Awards

Thursday, 12 December 2013

Want to know who’s doing great things in greening up Australia? Here are the winners of our second annual Green Lifestyle Awards.

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