Creating Opportunities & Managing Risk
in the Transition to a Low Carbon World
Patrick Crittenden is the Director of the Sustainable Business Group Pty Ltd. He is an advisor, trainer and facilitator providing services to governments and business on strategies that accelerate corporate sustainability.
Patrick has partnered with clients on projects that span climate change strategy development, training and education, government policy, evaluation and program development. He has a PhD from the University of Technology, Sydney where he examined strategic change practices for energy management and corporate sustainability in business. This website showcases Patrick's work.
Photo by Fiona Livy
Photo by Fiona Livy
Facility Management Association of Australia (FMA)
This Guide outlines the actions that Facilities Managers can take to add value to the facilities that they manage through a structured approach to energy management. The release of this Guide is particularly timely as the transition to net zero emissions gains momentum.
A key challenge for building owners and managers who seek improved energy efficiency and greenhouse performance is tenant engagement. This practical guide draws on research in the fields of psychology, social psychology and organisational change to provide actionable insights that can inform the design of effective tenant engagement and behaviour change initiatives.
The Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation
Patrick Crittenden was contracted by the Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) to develop a practical guide that food service organisations of all sizes can use to improve packaging sustainability from purchase through reuse, recycling and disposal.
Since 2017 Patrick Crittenden has been a lead trainer at the International Energy Agency Training Weeks. He has delivered energy efficiency policy training to more than 100 policy makers at events held in Paris, Singapore, Rio de Janeiro, Jakarta, New Delhi, Bangkok and Pretoria. These 4 and 5-day training events are dedicated to sharing experience on planning, implementing and evaluating energy efficiency policies in emerging economies.