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21 October - 17 November
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Fashioning Sustainable Wellbeing: Eco-numbers for a brighter future?

Film Screening and Discussion on the intersection of climate change and wellbeing through Accounting Statements

A house made of wood on a hill under a tree with solar panels on the roof in Australia

Lifelong wellbeing theme

What’s on offer?

A film screening followed by panel discussion focused on systainable living and the interconnection between wellbeing and climate change.

What’s it about?

This event will start by watching a documentary called 'The True Cost' (2015) and will be followed by discussion, focused on the interconnection between wellbeing and climate change through accounting statements. 'The True Cost' documentary (2015) delves into the environmental and social impacts of the fast fashion industry. It highlights the need for sustainable accounting practices to account for the true costs of production and consumption, including the environmental and social consequences. The film connects these issues to the well-being of workers, communities, and the planet.
Screening of this documentary will be followed by Panel Discussion on Sustainable Living. Experts and practitioners will be invited to a panel discussion focusing on sustainable living practices which also provides opportunity to engage audience from public. Topics can include sustainable consumption, sustainable energy, reducing carbon footprint, and sustainable transportation.
This event will be supported by social media campaign which will focus on sustainable living tips, climate change facts, and actions individuals can take for lifelong wellbeing. Participants will be encouraged to share their own ideas and experiences (fostering a sense of community engagement) that how and how far they can take their own environmental impact into account based on 'self-accounting' practices that while make them environmentally accountable they also enhance theirs and others lifelong wellbeing.

Who’s leading the event?

Dr Solmaz Rohani

Open to

Open to all

Of particular interest to

Accountants and green business enthusiasts. Those interested in learning about the positive impacts of sustainable living.