Nicole Price has 30 years of experience in the field of environmental management and has worked for the last 17 years on capacity building projects that support the uptake of ecoefficiency.
Nicole is a founding director of The Ecoefficiency Group which facilitates best management practices in sustainability across a variety of sectors such as industrial and manufacturing.
Nicole possesses a wealth of knowledge as an ecoBiz Sustainability coach servicing the Brisbane area who was previously an ecoBiz Program Associate.
Nicole has extensive experience in designing, evaluating and providing ecoefficiency resources to food processing and retail, marine, foundry, tourism and general manufacturing industries.
Nicole’s involvement in the field of environmental services and her contributions to the development of assessment tools such as the EarthCheck carbon calculator for the CRC for sustainable Tourism, and a streamlined Life Cycle Analysis tool for Queensland sugarcane farmers speaks to her dedication to sustainability.
Nicole has completed a Diploma in Rural Techniques – Wilderness Reserves and Wildlife and holds a designation in Education, Majoring in Biology from the University of New England NSW.
Nicole’s involvement in the sustainability sector extends to previous roles with local and state governments.
Nicole has published several pieces on sustainable management, most recent of which is a collaboration on ‘Guideline for Water Recycling and Reuse in Red Meat Processing’ in the Australian Meat Processor Corporation.
Nicole is a director of The Ecoefficiency Group which aims to achieve economic outcomes through sustainable practices. Working with businesses to developed tailored sustainability solutions for the ever-changing business landscape. More on The Ecoefficiency Group can be found here.