What Matters in sustainability

What matters in sustainability

Sustainability is about forward thinking governance that manages risk, responds to consumer demand, and develops solid foundations for future growth. With resources and branch events on sustainability, you can learn how to make your organisation strong for future generations to come.

The NZX Corporate Governance Code now requires listed companies to disclose their environmental, economic and social sustainability risks. As more businesses incorporate this into their reporting, we expect this to have a flow-on impact for other boards. 

BoardRoom

BoardRoomThe October/November issue of BoardRoom is the sustainability issue.
Read articles on:
Getting to the core of sustainable solutions
BoardRoom spoke with four organisations putting sustainability at the heart of what they do: Tourism Holdings Limited, Air New Zealand, Meridian Energy and New Zealand Post.
A firm commitment
Wakatū: A cause greater than profit

Resources

Our section on sustainability in The Four Pillars of Governance Best Practice contains information that you can use to ensure your board maintains a long term focus and inspires trust through good reporting structures.  Read more

Other resources of interest:


Recent branch events

Two recent events in Otago Southland Branch on this topic were an event in Queenstown with Paul Brainerd who outlined the challenges and opportunities of creating a triple bottom-line business from scratch, and Lani Evans and Casey Davies- Bell on the topic business beyond the bottom line. Read more