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Plastic free pioneers!

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Ground breaking organisations are responding to New Zealanders growing call for businesses to help them go plastic-free. At GoodSense we’ve been stoked to begin work with two such plastic-free pioneers this year – and to see one of our clients who was new in 2019 go from strength to strength.

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Powerhouse Wind – Overview

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At GoodSense we were able to create a quick-win website for this client ourselves, ensuring enough care could also be taken with site planning, so the website is strategically strong, and write effective sales copy and basic search optimisation.

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Video conferencing – Hand signals help!

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We’re now using hand signals to run our marketing strategy workshops using video conferencing. Here’s how >

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Woman’s Day showcases First Kids’ Bikes Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles

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Wishbone’s latest product development is part of the NZ government’s Gen Less initiative on carbon dioxide reduction and, together, the couple are on a passionate mission to disrupt the global toy industry.

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Zero Carbon Christchurch Conference 2019

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GoodSense conducted a workshop at the Carbon Zero Christchurch conference on 11th October 2019 and were delighted to support Enviro-Mark Solutions and the Sustainable Business Network with this ako.

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SBN Conference 2019 – Communicating The End of Plastic as We Know It

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GoodSense conducted a workshop at ‘The end of plastics as we know it conference’ on 28th August 2019 and were delighted to support the Sustainable Business Network with this ako.

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How greenwashing became big business

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How greenwash became big business
Kath Dewar, quoted by Stuff:
 “Look for the businesses who are investing in proper Fair Trade and organic certifications, programmes that cost money for a good reason. There are companies that make fluffy self claims about being fair trade, so look for the gold standard certifications.” 
Read more from our interview with The Spinoff, 10 May 2018

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The Future of Food is more mindful

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The NZ Institute of Directors has made sustainability a priority for governance, the new NZX Governance Code now requires environmental and social risks to be disclosed and the political landscape has significantly changed.

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Make 2018 the year to go green

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The NZ Institute of Directors has made sustainability a priority for governance, the new NZX Governance Code now requires environmental and social risks to be disclosed and the political landscape has significantly changed.

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Kiwi consumers are voting with our wallets

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Kiwi consumers are voting green with our wallets
Kath Dewar, quoted by Stuff:
“The smart ones business leaders realise investments that reduce the cost of operations, and create a good story to tell, will be the businesses that survive in the future.”
Read more from our interview with Stuff, October 6 2017

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