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Sustainability is at the core of what we do. Without healthy people, communities and ecosystems, we will be unable to continue to operate in the long term. However, sustainability is more than just protecting people, planet and profit, it is also about being adaptable to change, innovation and ensuring that we can respond to future challenges.
Shayne Rutheford, Wilmar Sugar
Sustainability is part of what we do -- it's a part of our business. We want to be a role model and take a leadership role in water stewardship. Our membership with SAI and the contacts we've made has gone a way toward us realising this.
Julia Seddon, Inghams
SAI's next event

25 February 2020

SAI Platform's next event will be a virtual members session on the Climate Readiness tool and a Roundtable on sustainability issues facing members in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic on 19 May 2020. Contact Selwyn Heilbron if you have any...

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Video highlights from SAI's recent meeting and field visit

19 August 2019

See video highlights from the recent SAI Australia meeting and field visit - go to the publications page.

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Tassal is committed to understanding and managing the long-term risks, issues and opportunities presented by climate change. This is why the company has adopted a sophisticated risk management proc...

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Water is essential to every aspect of Ingham’s operations, as it is to so many businesses. Accessing the required volume consistently and at high quality is essential especially for a growing globa...

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