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Beyond 3000, The Role of Technology in Shaping a Sustainable Future’; EPF in conversation with Lee Stewart, Head of Sustainability – Fujitsu Oceania.

  • The University of Sydney Business School Level 17, 133 Castlereagh Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia (map)

The Environmental Professionals Forum (EPF) is delighted to invite you to a Fujitsu Oceania and Centre for Sustainability Leadership sponsored event, ‘Beyond 3000, The Role of Technology in Shaping a Sustainable Future’; EPF in conversation with Lee Stewart, Head of Sustainability – Fujitsu Oceania.
 
Lee Stewart is known as an effective influencer and high-level networker with a track record of building productive senior level partnerships for ICT and sustainability. Lee appeared on Sky News launching the Tech Report – ‘ICT Sustainability: The Global Benchmark Report 2011’, and as part of Ignite Sydney presented on how doing nothing about Climate Change is simply not an option. Join EPF as Lee shares his personal journey of his career path including insights into how he uses speed thinking to progress change toward sustainability in his past and present roles.
 
Date:       Monday 8 June 2015
Venue:    The University of Sydney Business School, Level 17, 133 Castlereagh Street, City
Access:  Via lifts on the ground floor. EPF will be at the entrance to swipe you in until 6:30pm.
Time:       6pm for 6:30pm-7:30 presentation, preceded and followed by networking.
Cost:       This event is free of charge thanks to Fujitsu and the Centre for Sustainability Leadership (CSL).
RSVP:     CLICK HERE

Seats are limited to 70. Reserve your spot early to avoid disappointment. 

Lucky door prize & giving opportunity: There will be a lucky door prize of a CSL coaching session as well as giving jar for disaster relief in Nepal if you’re so inclined.
 
Kindly,
 
Your 2014 EPF Committee
 
Sally Asker, Margaret Harvie, Jonathon Heys, Lisa Tarry
 
About Lee Stewart: 
Lee is currently Head of Sustainability – Fujitsu Oceania. He has experience in innovating ICT Sustainability Strategies and Energy Efficiency Programs for mid-to-large enterprises. His focus is on monetising sustainability both internally and for the Fujitsu client-base as a means to incentivise the stakeholder engagement required to drive sustainable change.

He supports transparent changes in management culture, corporate social responsibility and stakeholder engagement by addressing audiences on the harmful effects of climate change and encourages thinking around how to work toward solutions at a grassroots-level.

Lee has a track record of generating significant return on investment, whilst providing sustainability leadership to CIOs & CEOs of leading companies in Australia and NZ. To date he has launched 20+ new programs in the Sustainability, ICT, Telco and Finance sectors and has delivered 30+ presentations/workshops to over 900 people from industry bodies and professional groups. He has also had three white papers published.

About CSL: The Centre for Sustainability Leadership (CSL) is a 10 year old not for profit organisation dedicated to enabling and empowering the next generation of leaders for a positive future. They offer capability building for individuals, organisations and communities that have passion, potential and commitment to create a successful and resilient future. These unique experiences in leadership for sustainability are delivered through a transformational and an action based approach. CSL are well renowned for supporting leadership development through transformative learning processes embedded in a culture of creativity, capability and community. Their programs use facilitated learning frameworks to enable leadership potential and entrepreneurial outcomes, in the relevant culture of that project, challenge, culture or regional context. They are all about collaboration and action.
 
About the Environmental Professionals Forum: EPF was formed by a group of masters’ students in 2005 over a few beverages at the Art House. The EPF charter is to advance the environmental and sustainability profession by providing an informal space to network and exchange ideas. Today the EPF network has grown to over 1000 professionals who reflect the dynamic evolution of the field.

The EPF is run by a voluntary group of committed professionals, is free of charge and is open to anyone with an interest in the environment and sustainability. 

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