How good is this! SumoSalad has teamed up with Vinnies this winter, to provide hot meals to the homeless across Australia. Continue reading SumoSalad & Vinnies: Heating the streets this winter
A new LGBTI professional networking event has landed in Perth, the first of its kind to support WA’s gay & lesbian business community. Continue reading LGTBI professional networking events hit WA
Tesla has just announced the future of energy storage – stationary battery modules to power homes and industry with clean energy. Continue reading Tesla unveils PowerWall home battery system
Big companies have the financial flexibility to implement big CSR programs. But what about the little guys? For small to mid-sized Continue reading How to embed CSR on a shoestring
So the World Bank, in line with the United Nation’s Millenium Development Goals has the twin goals of ending extreme poverty and boosting shared properity. More recently this has included a stronger focus on environmental and social sustainability, which has resulted in a newly released set of global reporting indicators to assist in reading their 2014 Sustainability Review. Continue reading World Bank ups the stakes on Sustainability Reporting
This time of year is Christmas time for many of us, and here at SustainingPeople, we love nothing more than sitting back with our loved ones, and eating all manner of delicious treats. We understand that it’s now after Christmas and that we should’ve stopped eating, however that is no fun at all so we are still inhaling turkey and fruit mince pies. It is in this food induced delirium, that we have decided to take a break from our normal content to bring you something rather silly and completely unrelated: Dogs at a christmas Dinner Party.
So in the name of the festive season and in giving our poor writers a break, please enjoy the above short christmassy film about 12 dogs, and one cat enjoying all the trappings of a lovely Christmas Dinner.
Guess what!?! Sustaining People is now live on Twitter, using the handle @sustainppl.
Whilst we will continue to serve up regular weekly articles and posts about the state of sustainability and corporate social responsibility in Australia, Twitter will give us stronger functionality in linking our readers to events and articles as they happen.
Sustaining People is excited to be expanding its operations as it will allow us to bring you heaps of content in different and more accessible ways. If you would like to follow us search for @sustainppl on Twitter and get plugged in!
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