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Throwback - Climate Fresk Workshop with the FNZCCI

The FNZCCI Sustainability Committee recently organised a Climate Fresk workshop for its members and friends.

Following on from the FNZCCI Board's successful participation in Climate Fresk workshop earlier this year, the FNZCCI's Sustainability Committee recently organised another workshop, this time for FNZCCI members and friends.


The Climate Fresk is a collaborative workshop which assists participants in understanding the underlying causes-consequences of climate change and identify where they can take action. It's also a great tool for companies looking for an engaging way to collaboratively identify where they can make tangible changes, or assistance in meeting climate training or sustainability commitments.

The workshop was facilitated by one of New Zealand's official Climate Fresk facilitators, Caroline Poujol (Director of Sustainable Finance ANZ New Zealand). We were thrilled to welcome an engaged group of participants from Veolia, Allco Waterproofing Solutions and The Warehouse Group.


At the conclusion of the workshop, participants also enjoyed a networking session over French wine and cheese courtesy of FNZCCI member Maison Vauron!


Merci beaucoup, thank you so much to Caroline for helping us bring this great initiative to our French-Kiwi business community! For more information about the Climate Fresk, check our the organisation's website here, or alternatively don't hesitate to contact us if you would like to attend a Climate Fresk workshop in the future. 


Scroll through the image carousel above for a sneak peek at this particular Climate Fresk session!

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