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    Ride . Walk . Scoot - Exploring the connections between workplace wellbeing, urban design & biodiversity

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    Helmet on, Backpack on, Lights on ... It's time to get to work!

    Research has shown that people who commute short distances, walk or cycle to work, are more likely to be happy commuters and thus more productive. (Ethical Jobs) So you can imagine that Melbourne workers who ride, walk or scoot are not only benefitting themselves but also the businesses and organisations they work in.

    Melbourne Business & Biodiversity Circle #8 will explore the connections between workplace wellbeing, urban design & biodiversity. Run in partnership with MB&BC members Merri Creek Management Committee and McGregor Coxall, along with RMIT University, the event will take place on International Biodiversity Day (May 22).

    Special Guests:

    • Bernadette Thomas, Merri Creek Management Committee (MB&BC Member)
    • Thomas Flugge, McGregor Coxall (MB&BC Member)
    • Ben Roberts, Metro Trains
    • Chris Speed, RMIT University

    Life is a journey and the path to realising The Biodiversity Plan (formerly the Global Biodiversity Framework) is just the same. So no matter where you and your organisation is at in its Nature journey, come along and surround yourself with like-minded people in a safe, inclusive and positive space.

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    * Free of charge for MB&BC paid members

    ** Newcomers welcome!

    Join the Melbourne Business & Biodiversity Circle

    Emerging as a response to the Global Biodiversity Framework, the Melbourne Business & Biodiversity Circle (MB&BC) is a collaborative space where professionals working at the intersection of our economy and Nature can come together to share their knowledge, visions and anxieties in a positive, aspirational space. Learn more and register your interest in becoming a MB&BC 2024 Member by emailing 

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