The Central Northland Science & Technology Fair (CNSTF) kicked-off in Whangarei on Monday (August 29) with a record number of exhibitors from across the region.
We’ve revised the newsletter’s layout slightly to make it easier to navigate and to access stories about Australasian companies using Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) to accelerate their businesses.
Some of Northland’s best and brightest young minds will be joined by humanoid robot “Baxter” at the Central Northland Science & Technology Fair (CNSTF) in Whangarei from August 30 to September 1.
Should I entrust my entire digital life to the world’s most advanced search engine and purveyor of incredible free software? It’s time to bring my data management completely into the 21st century and I’m doing some house cleaning.
It’s been an exciting two months for the Life Cycle community in New Zealand. We continue to see a growing awareness for the value of Life Cycle Assessment.
The internet and social media have made the ability to reach, engage and influence anybody, anywhere in the world, a reality.
Not long ago you needed access to a printing press, radio station or a TV channel to get your message out to a large audience. It’s not that way today.
Thanks for reading the Australasian EPD® Programme’s latest newsletter. Our aim is to keep you up-to-date with the newest Environmental Product Declarations registered in Australia and NZ.
It’s my pleasure to introduce LCANZ’s new look member newsletter. The LCANZ steering committee is keen to share topical and engaging stories that keep you up to date with the latest Life Cycle thinking.
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