Today on Terra Nova Earth Talks we are talking about small and medium sized businesses and what contributions they can make to be more connected with the earth. We consider… if Mother Earth could talk to SMEs, what would she say?
Small and medium sized enterprises are the majority of businesses here in Aotearoa New Zealand and around the world. The potential impact of these enterprises is huge and arguably where the innovation for our future will come.
At Terra Nova we separate out the main areas of contribution to the environment that businesses can make in the following ways:
And then, only if it is needed, how a business can redress or counter any damage it does to the environment.
So… this all sounds great in theory but what does this mean in practice? How do you avoid totally unethical greenwashing and get going on the practice that is a win-win for all parts of you and your business? How do you take the steps that Mother Earth would be proud of?
Interviewee Hannah Duder
In the podcast we speak to Hannah Duder, based in Ōtautahi Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand.
Hannah is leading the way with business and community environment projects here in Ōtautahi Christchurch, but is no stranger to the role small businesses can take having founded the very successful company Indigo & Iris. Set up with the specific purpose of raising funds for social impact projects & organisations, Indigo Iris sold high quality beauty products that are vegan, cruelty-free, ethically sourced and eco conscious.
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