Due to the necessity to remain out of public spaces where possible, we are continuing our Zoom breakfast meetings until a decision is made to return to face-to-face meetings.

If you would like to visit our meeting, please contact us by email on rotaryclubcentralmelbourne@gmail.com or phone 0455-858-996 and request log-in details.

The meeting will commence at 7:40am and conclude no later than 8:45.

Suvam Ganguli: UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and what it means for your organisation

We are in the 5th year of United Nations Sustainability Development Goals 2030 (UN SDG 2030). We will discuss how far we have come and what does the next decade looks like for both Not-for-Profit and For-Profit organisations.

Suvam Ganguli is a member of Rotary Central Melbourne and has had a long career in Banking & Finance specialising in Institutional Funding and Capital Markets. Suvam is also the Co-Founder of Consult Urth, a data driven Software as a Service Platform that helps organisations plan, implement, monitor and report their sustainability journeys.

Suvam is passionate about helping organisations find their purpose and make sustainability practices central to the organisation’s strategy which with help build a resilient future for every organisation and the communities they serve.

Garden DesignFest is back in 2021. Our own Roger Thornton is Chair of this year's Garden DesignFest (GDF) Organising Committee. The event will take place in November and you can find out more about it through this link: 

www.gardendesignfest.com.au. Of course, you can always contact Roger.

Garden DesignFest 2021 - A Rotary event showcasing the work of professional garden designers.

Managed by the Rotary Clubs of Kew, Brighton North and Central Melbourne.

Club Information

Welcome to Rotary
Central Melbourne

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Tuesday 7.20am
for 7.40am
RACV City Club
501 Bourke Street
Melbourne 3000
Rotary Theme
Suvam Ganguli
Feb 02, 2021 7:40 AM
UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030 - what it means for your organisation
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