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The Blue Economy

The linear green approach has had moderate success. Joel Makower, principal author of the State of Green Business 2015 Report says "For all that the impressive work that companies are doing to embed sustainability into their operations, it's not really changing much."   The business risks of unsustainable natural capital consumption are increasing.

Isn't it time we took a systems approach with new innovation and tools led by science and inspired by nature with zero waste to lead strategy, products and operations?

MOSS have spent many years searching the world for the best innovation and leadership in sustainable development and to us, nothing comes close to the opportunities that the Blue Economy brings to building resilience and ensuring real and lasting sustainable development - regardless wether you are a business, community or nation.

Join this workshop for an opportunity to rethink sustainability - get a new perspective and tool kit to achieve your goals - to help you save MONEY - water, waste and energy and revitalise your product / service offerings and or the communities in which you operate.

And if you work in economic development, we will show you a raft of new opportunities to create jobs (thousands of them) working with resources you already have - that you can't yet see because you first need a new filter to view them with. A new blue lens that todate has generated EUR 4B in new investments and an estimated 3m new jobs, but is expected to generation 100m new jobs in the next 10 years.

This is the vanguard. Can you afford not to know about it?

Join us in MELB Fri Feb 13, SYD Wed Feb 25, BRIS Fri Feb 27 and PERTH Fri March 5. 

Hosted by Interface (who are already active in the Blue Economy) and facilitated by Anne-Maree Huxley (1 of only 25 Blue Economy Experts worldwide), this one day workshop will help you DO BUSINESS BETTER.

Earlier Event: 19 February
The Ethics of Art
Later Event: 6 March
B Corp Morning Tea - Sydney