Sustainable Development Goals Australia 2016 Conference
University of Sydney
Sustainable Development Goals Australia 2016 - SDGA16 - is a broad ranging multi-stakeholder Conference to stimulate action on the 17 biggest social, environmental and economic challenges. It will be held in Sydney from 29-30 November. Register here to attend.
Focusing on the 'what, why and how' of implementation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals in Australia, this Conference aims to build awareness and identify key priorities for Australia's sustainable growth. GECA's Kate Harris will be the convenor for Goal 12 and will moderate the panel session at the event, which will also include the following speakers:
Alice Cahill, NSW Office of Environment & Heritage
Helen Dornom, Dairy Australia
Lachlan Feggans, Brambles
Selena Griffith, University of NSW
Gordon Renouf, Good on You (and Chair of GECA)
Tony Cudmore, BHP Billiton
If you're coming along to the SDGA Conference, you can also hear from GECA at a special side event, 'Supply Chain Management to Enable the SDGs', taking place at 8:30am on 30 November. Hear more about the upcoming ISO20400 Sustainable Procurement standard in an interactive session, presented by GECA's Shaila Divakarla, Jean-Louis Haie of Planet Procurement, and Tanya Harris from Fred Hollows Foundation.
And, of course, don't miss out on hearing from the winners of this year's Banksia Awards, presented in conjunction with the conference! More information available here.