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Catalyst Ltd carbon footprinting workshops




In the month of February, in conjunction with the Sustainable Business Network, Wymond Symes and Kimberly Robertson will be holding a series of workshops on carbon footrpinting. This promises to be an interactive event that will identify what a carbon footprint is, why and how you would measure it, and importantly what you would do with the results.

  • The workshop will have a component of “how to do” a carbon footprint but the emphasis will be on the value and next steps
  • There will be a mix of theory and application with plenty of time for group discussions
  • A case study will be  presented  to give a real life example
  • Attendees will have the opportunity to talk about where they are at on their carbon or wider environmental footprinting “journey”, where they hope to go, any roadblocks  so that we can help you move forward.

The workshops are to be held from 9.30am - 12.00pm in Tauranga and Hamiton at the following venues:

  • Redpath Room, Smart Business Centre, 65 Chapel Street, Tauranga on Tuesday 12 February, 2013
  • BNZ Partners Centre, Level 1, 354 Victoria Street, Hamilton on Tuesday 19 February, 2013

For more information please contact Wymond by email or phone 07 549 5749

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