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We established our not-for-profit sister company Sustainable Table in 2009 to drive the change in Australia’s food industry.




High profile campaigns about sustainable fish, food waste, growing your own food and encouraging retailers and hospitality to source local are making a real difference. 




Sustainable Table have funded sustainability projects here in Australia as well as food, cooking and sanitation projects in Cambodia, Tibet, Kenya and Uganda.






We’ve joined forces with The Clothing Exchange, who been leading the way in the sharing economy by providing a forum for recycling unwanted high quality clothing to Australia’s fashion conscious for nearly a decade.


Founded by Kate Luckins in 2004, it’s now an institution at Melbourne Fashion week, and hosts regular swapping events all over the country, as well as delivering services to Councils and Corporate clients.


We’re helping them to take their collaborative consumption model online, scaling up and reaching new audiences.

The products and services we offer top the market today have been shaped by our relationship with Computershare.


Computershare Ltd is a Melbourne-based global share registry, and one of Australia’s biggest business success stories.


In collaboration with Computershre, we evolved our software offering from a tool that offered simple input of units and reporting of carbon impacts for Australian offices, to one that stands tall as a global carbon and environmental reporting solution – managing a variety of input units and currencies, and utilising global methodologies and emission factors for carbon calculations.


Our offering also included the successful migration of historical data from Computershare’s 42 sites around the world.




Impact Sustainability helped us to step outside our day-to-day mode of thinking and find initiatives which not only improve our sustainability and community connection, but also contribute to a healthier bottom line. We have been impressed by their dedication and the quality of their work.”


Lawrence Dowd: General Manager, Colonial Leisure Group



We worked with Colonial Leisure Group to turn their sustainability risks into opportunities.

For example, during our strategy workshop, CLG staff identified food sourcing was as a key challenge: with rising costs forcing them to choose between reducing the quality and sustainability of their produce or raising meal prices.


IS helped CLG to remove the middleman and up-skill staff to work directly with food producers. Farmers now get more for their produce, and CLG pay less, along with having more direct control over the ethics, quality and sustainability of production. We now support CLG to track progress on its sustainability strategy through our software platform, and communicate their achievements with stakeholders.