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SUEZ: Becoming More Sustainable. Oui - But How?

16/07/2020
at12:00 pm

War on Waste, Paris Agreement, Climate Change, … In a world calling for more sustainable practices, how can we do our bit?

What can events – of all sizes – do with their partners, suppliers, and visitors, to contribute? What can YOU do to help?

Join Stephanie Lebeau from SUEZ as she talks about the journey to sustainability and the small steps that we can all take towards achieving it.

Live Streaming from Sydney!
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Stephanie Lebeau

Stephanie Lebeau is the Sustainability Manager at SUEZ Australia and New Zealand. She works with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders to unlock sustainable value in everything that SUEZ does. Her purpose is to drive actions that align with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. These actions include, for example, achieving circular economy, fighting for climate change, protecting the environment, and creating a positive social impact. In addition, Stephanie also leads the Reconciliation Action Plan and the Community Grants Program of SUEZ. Stephanie is convinced that the small actions we take will contribute to a big positive impact.

Prior to working for SUEZ, she spent 5 years as the Environmental Advisor for George Weston Foods in Australia, and 7 years before that as the Environmental Manager for Chanel in Paris. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry, a Master’s degree in International Business, and a Masters in Environmental Management. Stephanie has also completed the Centre for Sustainability Leadership e-training program and is a Certified Environmental Practitioner (CEnvP).