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A GoodSense project in University of Auckland, New Zealand
Updated in July 2012
The rules for marketing green promises are strict in NZ and many businesses break them by mistake. This one-day course is designed for marketing professionals and anyone interested in targeting green / ethical consumers, or businesses greening their supply chain. You will learn how to market your organisation effectively to these ...
Project about marketing
A Poynter Agencies Ltd project in Kumeu, New Zealand
Updated in September 2011
Big business generally continues to be driven by "bottom line" considerations at the expense of more environmentally sustainable alternatives that are available today. We continue to hear the pleas of prominent learned and sincerely concerned people around the world, that NOW is the time to act, and that we are ...
Project about Branding, Clean Tech, Climate Change, Corporate Social Responsibility, Emissions, Environment & Wildlife, greenhouse gas, Industry & Business, Infrastructure, Innovation, Lifestyle & Behavior, marketing, Ocean, Pollution, Recycling, Retail, Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans, Sustainability, Weather
A Protege Consulting project in Marlborough, New Zealand
Updated in May 2011
The Marlborough Snug is an innovative design providing a high quality work space, bedroom or sauna using the unique properties of pine heartwood. 85% of the Snug is low cost untreated pine heartwood made from CO2, water and solar energy. Dry shavings, or wool provide insulation levels R3.5 to ...
TSB Arena & Shed 6, Wellington, New Zealand
Updated in March
Wellington - October 12th & 13th 2013 Annual Organic, Efficiency, Sustainability Expo. The Mecca of 'Organic and Sustainable living!' Come and discover a whole new range of exciting products and services that will delight your senses and tantalise your taste buds, look for home improvements and buy gifts! What is the Go ...
Project about Advertising, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Business & Biodiversity, carbon certification, Carbon Sequestration, Carbon Trading, Clean Tech, Clean Technologies, Coal & Oil, Earth, Soil, & Landscape, Electric vehicles, Emissions, Energy Saving, Environment & Wildlife, Events, Fairtrade, Food, Green energy, Health, hydro energy, Lifestyle & Behavior, marketing, Media, Organic, Recycling, Soil, Solar, Sustainability, Technology, Transport, waste, Wind Energy
University of Auckland, Business School, New Zealand
Updated in July 2012
88% of New Zealanders want to buy more sustainable products and services, with spends increasing, even in tough times. Yet 72% can't name any green brand leaders.* This means your customers are more likely to evaluate your products and services on ethical and environmental criteria than ever before, presenting ...
Updated in March 2011
The Paper Bag is a blog about graphic design in New Zealand. We have chosen to focus on companies that share our interest and commitment to sustainability, whether it be social, environmental or economic.
Project about Advertising, Branding, Business & Biodiversity, Climate Change, Corporate Citizenship, Corporate Social Responsibility, Design, Design, Environment & Wildlife, Fairtrade, marketing, Organic, Recycling, Sustainability
Updated in May 2010
Good magazine started a Kiwi shopping guide for everyone seeking green, ethical or sustainable products - from grocery and fashion products to travel and footwear.
Updated in April 2010
By Corinne Blumsky 05 March 2009 Feeling green? Want to promote your greenishness? Beware. The Commerce Commission is coming down hard on try-hards and greenwashers. Corrine Blumskey of AJ Park has some sage advice for the good guys out there. GREEN OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS Businesses making ‘green’ claims in their advertising ...