Celsias was created in March 2006, evolved a ‘traditional’ blog in July 2007, and in 2008 developed tools to help people combat climate change, and bring the green community, companies and organisations closer together.
In addition to its thousands of individual members, more than 200 companies and organisations are registered with Celsias – these include Disney, Sun Microsystems, WWF, Columbia University, The University of Auckland, New Zealand Post and Ausra Solar Technologies.
Companies and organisations that Celsias feel genuinely want to help the environment can showcase their environmental programmes, issue press releases, post jobs and advertise – both on Celsias, and through Celsias’ partners.
Nick Gerritsen is a knowledge broker and business start-up specialist . Nick is currently engaged in projects in the renewable energy, cleantech, and lifesciences sectors. He is co-founder and director of algae biodiesel developer Aquaflow Bionomic Corporation, Carbonscape and others.
Vicki Buck is involved in climate change companies. She is also a director of NZ Windfarms. She is the former mayor of Christchurch. Vicki is also involved in education having set up two state schools in Christchurch .
Paul Roussell is a veteran of the computer industry, having commenced programming over 38 years ago. He has worked in almost every IT role, across almost every imaginable IT application. . Paul is based in Brisbane, Australia.
Karen Walshe is is an experienced marketer and runs her own small marketing contracting and consulting business called Future Footprints . Karen’s key focus is sustainability related marketing and helping local companies develop their strategic sustainability plans, environmental management systems and measure their carbon footprints.
Our editorial manager at present is Vicki Buck.
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