When selling sustainable development, think about the experience and the outcomes, not the theory and the framework.
Diversity and Inclusion is a central pillar of the Social and Economic contribution to Sustainable Development. It is also one of the most challenging areas for small business to measure and take meaningful action.
Australia’s Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the built environment sector face increasing pressures to incorporate sustainability in their practices. Yet, despite broad directives (e.g., NetZero) and Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) ambitions, strategic change agents of SMEs have little guidance on how to re-align their practices to adapt to these disruptions. SDG Align has already […]
Resilient and Sustainable Rebuilt – What does a sustainable recovery look like after the NSW and Queensland floods
As of Thursday 10 March, the Insurance Council of Australia reported over 118.000 flood-related claims across Queensland and New South Wales, of which 95.000 (81%) relate to property with the remainder relating to 19.000 motor vehicles (16%) and some other (3%). The total value of the claims is almost $1.8 billion. This doesn’t include the […]
Sustainable development and organizational capacity building should go hand-in-hand. As more and more industry organizations and their member businesses are stepping up the pace towards a sustainable futures it is a good time to reflect on past present and future status of sustainability in Australian VET education. Historical perspective According to the UN the 2009 […]
Lessons learned from our sustainable development journey.
The DutchGP is an example for sustainable development in sports. Curious where you stand on the SDG grid?
Setting a higher Nathers standard for housing to get to Net zero in the built environment with the BDAA
Three peak industry bodies in the built environment sign declaration of commitment to sustainable development
Press release Hobart – Sydney, November 2nd, 2021 – The built environment is not only the largest employer in Australia, but is also responsible for 75% of all carbon emissions. Three leading peak industry bodies, Consulting Surveyors National, Building Designers Association of Australia and Strata Community Association have joined forces with social impact specialists SDG […]
University of Western Australia, Monash and SDG Align have signed an MOU to collaborate on the development of new tools for businesses to impact sustainable development. the partnership will; Co-development of the feedback dashboard and a suite of SDG development support tools Investigating cross data instrument complementarity, efficiency and alignment Company specific feedback Develop of […]