Entries by Nathan Dale

Point Advisory recognised as ‘Best For The World 2019 (Community)’

Point Advisory has been recognised by BCorp as being a 2019 Best For The World Honoree in Community! This means that we have a verified B Impact Assessment score in the top 10% of all B Corps, globally. Point Advisory’s mission is to accelerate the transition to a more sustainable future for people and the […]

FareShare Kitchen – Volunteering

FareShare, Melbourne. Last week 13 of Point Advisory’s team members spent the afternoon volunteering at the FareShare kitchen in Melbourne. The team had a great time and assisted with the preparation of nearly 4,000 meals. FareShare rescues surplus food and cooks free, nutritious meals for people doing tough. For more information on this great charity visit https://www.fareshare.net.au/ […]

Event: Building the business case and a roadmap for action

Climate Risk: Building the business case and a roadmap for action. “It is likely to be only a matter of time before we see litigation against a director who has failed to perceive, disclose or take steps in relation to a foreseeable climate-related risk that can be demonstrated to have caused harm to a company.” […]

Event: The role of Ethics in Human Rights and Sustainability (SYD)

We are excited to officially launch Point Advisory’s Sydney office. Join us for the launch and hear from experts about “The role of Ethics in Human Rights and Sustainability” ‘Chief Sustainability Officers’ and their teams are increasingly being exposed to ethics-based challenges in relation to their material sustainability topics and salient human rights issues. Since […]

Point Advisory welcomes Alan Dayeh

Alan has recently joined Point Advisory as Managing Principal of our new Sydney practice and to lead our new Human Rights team.   With over 20 years of industry and professional services experience, and over 10 years as a sustainability practitioner, Alan has worked both as a consultant and leading in-house teams. Prior to joining Point […]

Polished Man – Join us and help end violence

1 Child dies every 5 minutes as a result of violence. Thats 1 too many. Join us and help end violence agaisnt children. We’re fundraising for YGAP’s Polished Man 2018 campaign because we believe we can create a world in which no child suffers from violence. We’re doing this for the 1 child who dies […]

Future Business Council / Members Drinks

Member Drinks Hosted By Point Advisory —————————— Members and partners are invited to join us for an informal evening of drinks and canapes – a great opportunity for networking, collaborating and sharing stories. Date: Thursday 30th August 2018 Location: Level 17, 31 Queen St, Melbourne VCIC 3000. Click here to reserve a ticket  

Point Advisory launches Point Bundle, including a new battery storage finance product

low carbon finance & project advisory services Point Advisory is proud to announce that we have launched a new brand, Point Bundle (or Bundle for short) into the marketplace. Bundle specialises in low carbon finance, offsets and project advisory services, both here in Australia and across South East Asia. Bundle’s core services will include: Low Carbon Finance such as Managed […]

Point Advisory welcomes Rebecca De Cicco

We are pleased to announce that Rebecca De Cicco has joined Point Advisory as a Senior Associate in the Built Environment (BIM) team.  Rebecca has worked in the AEC field for 15 years and more recently been involved with BIM related activities on a global scale. Having worked and lived in the UK over ten years, […]

Sustainable Procurement Masterclass (Low Carbon), 26th April, Melbourne.

 How to use ISO20400 to successfully achieve social, environmental and economic objectives through procurement After 4 years of development, ISO20400 is coming! Join other like-minded Sustainability and Procurement Professionals from the public and private sectors for an highly interactive one-day workshop (15 participants maximum) about how to use ISO20400, the first international standard on Sustainable Procurement publishing in March […]