Lisa Corbyn addressed an Executive Boardroom lunch for 25 senior business executives where she discussed "Sustainability in NSW". This boardroom event was proudly hosted by Griffith Hack.
Transforming to a low-carbon economy brings with it numerous business opportunities, especially for small & medium sized businesses!
Innovative cleantech / sustainability products and services can make NSW a centre of excellence in the Asia Pacific region and the NSW government has committed over $1b for a number of funding programs and initiatives to facilitate this opportunity.
Lisa Corbyn is the Director General of the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water and previously held the positions of Director General of the NSW Department of Environment and Conservation and Director General of the NSW Environment Protection Authority. She was a Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner of the Murray Darling Basin Commission from 2000-2008.
Ms Corbyn has had a varied career as a senior manager in both the public and private sectors in Australia where she has worked for the Ministry of the Environment, AWA Limited, the Sydney Water Board and the Department of Planning.
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