February 2018 WOM

Join us on February 20th for our special event on Climate Change

Join the CEO of the Carbon Markets Institute to hear all the news from COP23. Held at the end of 2017, the world’s nations met in Bonn for the UNFCCC's 23rd annual “Conference of the Parties” aimed at halting global warming. 

Our speaker, Peter Castellas, will share some key insights from the international negotiations held at COP23.  This was the first COP since the USA announced it's withdrawal from the Paris agreement and also  the first time a small island nation, Fiji, played the role of Presidency for the conference in another country. 


Location: University of Sydney Business School, Level 17, 133 Castlereagh St, Sydney
Date: 20 February 2017 
Time: 6pm for a 6:30pm start 

Thank you to our event sponsors:

Other Upcoming events:

Purpose is a completely unique and transformative two day forum where people come together to power the idea of business as a force for good and examine the role of purpose in organisations.
Visit http://purpose.do for tickets.

The Climate Leadership Conference will bring together Australia’s top climate and sustainability professionals to discuss the latest developments, opportunities and best practice case studies in climate change mitigation and adaptation..

The Conference will provide critical and timely insights into COP23, which clarified Australia’s obligations and responsibilities under the Paris Agreement, including transparency, adaptation, emission reductions, provision of finance, capacity-building and technology.

Sydney, March 15 – 16, 2018
Visit http://climateleadership2018.com.au for more details

National Sustainability in Business Conference

The sustainability topics will include integration, politics, technology, automation, future of renewables, procurement, food security, sustainable construction and waste as a resource. We will provide insight into how  they are interweaving sustainability practices within their organisations, navigating change and the differences they are making within national and  multinational companies and small business.

Thursday 8 and Friday 9 March 2018, Brisbane. Visit https://conference.sustainability.asn.au for more details


We’ve brought together global experts who are excited to share their knowledge of how the apparel sector is tackling sustainability overseas.

22 March 2018, Sydney. Details here


Whether you want to start a movement, start or reset strategy, tap into the SDG $12T business opportunity, take a stand on issues that matters, be inspired or learn new skills - then join MOSS for a 2 day intensive COMMUNICATING SUSTAINABILITY MasterClass. 
 
February 14 and 15 in SYDNEY @ Interface or April 19 and 20 in BRISBANE @ Griffith Uni. Details here
 
Discover new and inspirational case studies, storytelling tips and techniques, sustainability trends and challenges, the importance of purpose, a simple 4 step narrative and the 9 Principles of Communicating Sustainability that are driving global success - and much much more. 

Professional Development



CSL - Future Makers Fellowship
6 months, 5 Mar - 31 Aug 2018. Fellowship applications are due by the 18th of February.



Moss - Communicating Sustainability
February 14-15 in SYDNEY @ Interface 
April 19-20 in BRISBANE @ Griffith Uni



Changeology - behaviour change

Changeology - Master Communicator for Change 

Changeology - Facilitate with Confidence 

Changeology course available April and May in Sydney and Melbourne



Centre for Environmental Training - On-site Wastewater Management:Melbourne, 5-7 March 2018

 

Contribute to Word of Mouth

Do you have positions, events or points of interest you’d like to share with the EPF network via Word of Mouth? Please send them to the volunteer EPF Committee. Please note that we require approx 12 days lead time. We welcome your contributions.

For last minute or immediate posting of events/positions please use our LinkedIn group.

Your 2017 EPF Committee
Margaret Harvie, Jonathon Heys, Lisa Tracy (nee Tarry), Lee Stewart, Simone Awramenko, Scott Shade and Miranda Siu.