The night of Wednesday, July 11th not only saw the second semifinal of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, with Croatia eliminating England from the running, or the third game of the 2018 State of Origin Series. It also saw the birth of a new and exciting format in the Australian sustainability landscape.
On Wednesday, 11 July South Pole launched the first event of its “Climate Leaders Forum” event series, kindly hosted by EnergyLab on Buckland Street, Chippendale in Sydney’s inner-city. With over 150 registrations, the sold-out event saw a diverse crowd of seasoned sustainability professionals and enthusiasts from both the public and the private sector, as well as academia.
Hosted by South Pole’s Luke Poliszcuk, the event was a real success. The evening kicked off with an hour of casual networking to put the crowd at ease where they made new connections and rekindled existing ones. Next, a series of expert speakers each presented a professional challenge they are faced with. Speakers included representatives of the University of Sydney, Siemens, Smart Commercial Solar, GECA (Good Environmental Choice Australia), NuGreen Solutions, as well as South Pole.
Were you there? Check out the picture gallery to see if you can spot yourself here
Find out more on South Pole’s blog