Each month we hear from thought leaders straddling the theory and practice of social enterprise – then facilitate inclusive and open discussion with a global audience.
It’s a place for safe and brave conversation of real, lasting impact.
Sonja Markovic is co-founder and CEO of Evitat a new Direct-to-Consumer platform acting as a trusted transparent source on sustainability in the global home improvement market. It unlocks a brand new value proposition for sustainable renovations and operates as a disruptive force by deepening the relationship between all players in the ecosystem.
‘Re-wiring the Australian Dream’
The Australian Government has committed to re-wiring Australia to transition to make climate progress through electricity.
Sustainable housing is more that switching to electric. A deeper change is needed to the Australian dream through low-carbon, healthy, climate-resilient renovations & retrofits.
Re-discovering the meaning of home, filling it with life, connections and purpose is our opportunity to create sustainable value, to break the system of spiraling costs and create lasting solutions in balance with nature for generations to come.
What is worth considering for the commercial space applies even more for the residential. De-risking the one asset people spend their lifetime savings on, should be highest priority.
And with that, comes the opportunity to create a housing sector fit for purpose, for people and the planet.
The Social Enterprise Scholar Practitioner Network was formed in 2020 to create a closer bond, intersectional identity and knowledge exchange between social enterprise practitioners and academia.