Cameron Little is a sustainability consultant and educator who provides policy, systems, program development, training and staff coaching for organisations seeking to seriously pursue and achieve their sustainability objectives. He has over two decades experience within the fields of environment, sustainability and corporate social responsibility.
In addition to his specialist consulting and service delivery within the sustainable events sector, Cameron works with government, industry bodies, retail centres, businesses, ecotourism operations, property developers, Universities, Colleges, Schools, the Early Years Education sector. Cameron has previously coordinated post graduate courses in Environmental Auditing and Permaculture Design for University of New South Wales.
Cameron delivers Sustainable Event Management training for the Australian Centre for Event Management, University of Technology Sydney, International College of Management Sydney, Fitzwilliam Institute, International Society of Sustainability Professionals, several state governments and many local councils. Cameron is a technical adviser in Sustainable Events and ISO 20121 for Bureau Veritas.
Cameron thoroughly enjoys providing his expertise to recognise great work and is called upon regularly by a number of industry bodies to support the judging process of their annual national awards programs. Cameron is a Judge for: the Australian Event Awards; the Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia Annual Awards; the TAG National Awards for the Australian Tertiary Education Sector; the Australian Regional Development Awards; and the Australian Small Business Champion Awards. Cameron previously served as the National Judge for the Australian Sustainable Cities Awards, and has been Chair of the Technical Review Committee for Large & Small Organics Infrastructure Grants for the NSW Environmental Trust.
Cameron has served on the Boards of numerous not-for-profit sustainability focused community organisations and is currently President of Transition Sydney.