The latest instalment of The Office Space’s popular Insight talk series brings together Australia’s best and brightest champions of sustainability.
October 24th, 2018
On September 2015 at a historic UN Summit, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development that were agreed by 193 members of the UN General Assembly officially came into force. The new Goals are unique in that they call for action by all countries, poor, rich and middle-income to promote prosperity while protecting the planet.
Despite our wealth of natural and economic resources, Australia’s overall response to climate change is appalling. The Climate Change Performance Index has ranked us 57 out of 60 countries and rated China’s climate efforts as higher than Australia’s.
Thankfully, large-scale corporate initiatives, standout sustainability ambassadors, and a groundswell of grassroots activists are embracing transformation and taking up the cause.
This month’s Insight seminar by The Office Space features three outstanding sustainability crusaders making waves for a better future:
Signed copies of Clare’s new book, Rise & Resist (Melbourne University Press), will be available for purchase on the night by cash or credit card.
When: Tuesday 30th October, from 5:30-7pm
Where: Golden Age Cinema, 80 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
Cost: Tickets $25 + GST (includes a welcome drink and light canapes)
Now in its fourth year of production, Insight by The Office Space is a business talk series that brings together innovative entrepreneurs and business leaders to explore burgeoning topics and reveal the secrets of their success under a monthly theme.
Traversing all aspects of business across the fields of design, film, innovation, technology, finance and marketing, the program has featured speakers such as Susie Porter, Del Kathryn Barton, Vince Frost, Jan Chapman and Counsellor Jess Scully.
Insight proudly supports the Sydney Community Foundation with full proceeds from ticket sales going directly to the SCF Business Incubator for disadvantaged women.
For more information, please contact Naomi Tosic at email@example.com or 02 82182100. For 2018 Insight program information, please Click Here.
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