Sustainability Matters 9th June

Dear Reader,
In this edition of Sustainability Matters you can read about;

• Sustainability Group Events
• Singapore Exchange Launches its First Sustainability Index
• The Brutal Landscape of the Climate Crisis
• We Need to Talk about Paris – Webinar: Green and Balanced
• An Inconvenient Truth, Ten Years On
• Sixth New Zealand Sustainability Accounting Research Symposium 2016
• Donald Trump’s Biggest Vulnerability, According to a Nobel Prize-Winning Economist
• Wind Farms – Positive Effects on Crops
• Choose Clean Water – Update
• How Transparency Can Drive Integrated Thinking
• Looking Through the Wellbeing Kaleidoscope
• Malcolm Rands Sells Out of Ecostore
• How to Let Go of the World and Love all the Things Climate Can’t Change
• Cattle Drugs Could Fuel Climate Change
• Is Earth F****d?
• The Renewable Energy Future is Bright
• What Land Shortage?

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Sustainability Matters 26th May

Dear Reader,
In this edition of Sustainability Matters you can read about;

• Sustainability Group Events
• How to Let Go of the World and Love all the Things Climate Can’t Change
• Inside Syria’s Besieged Areas
• Sustainability Manager – Waitemata DHB
• Impact of Tree Planting – Photos
• The Waste Levy, a Waste of Time?
• Some USA Fracking Facts
• Lead and Influence Sustainability
• Printing Costs – Habitual, Often Mindless Choices
• Electric Bikes – Good Info to Know
• Technical Guide for ISO 14001:2015
• Growth vs Fixed Mindset: What Does it Mean for Sustainability?
• Why More is Too Much, and Less is Beautiful
• Purpose
• Auckland Sustainable Housing Summit
• Leaked Docs Reveal TTIP Unfriendly to Environment, Consumers, Democracy
• Using Sport to Save Energy Wins Award
• Revision of AS/NZS ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management Systems
• Finding Ways to Stop Spraying Crops.

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Sustainability Matters 12th May

Dear Reader,
In this edition of Sustainability Matters you can read about;

  • Sustainability Group Events
  • Neoliberalism – The Ideology at the Root of All Our Problems
  • We Scientists Don’t Know How to Do That
  • Two Important UN Appointments
  • Vast Planting of Trees Needed to Boost Green Economy
  • Revision of AS/NZS ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management Systems
  • ISO 5001 – Have You Heard About It?
  • Some USA Fracking Facts
  • Electric Bikes – Good Info to Know
  • Carbon Targets for Shipping – Pressure
  • Driven by Purpose with Intrepid Travel Co-Founder Geoff Manchester
  • For James Hansen, the Science Demands Activism on Climate
  • Climate Change Implications for NZ
  • Making Australian Groundwater Data Accessible to All
  • Defining What Matters
  • Creating Living Buildings and Integrated Design: Short Course
  • Teaching Case Study Competition
  • Nepal Earthquake – Consequences

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Sustainability Matters 28th April 2016

Dear Reader,

In this edition of Sustainability Matters you can read about;

  • Sustainability Group Events
  • Project Litefoot: New Zealand’s Gamified Green-sports Movement
  • Polluted Inheritance
  • Ten Things NZ Should be Doing Now to Combat Climate Change
  • A-CSEAR Conference 2016
  • From Finance to Farmer – ‘Incredible’ Permaculture Farm Created in 3 Years!
  • It’s How You Pitch It
  • AMP Capital Opens up Responsible Investment from $2,000
  • The Someday Challenge
  • Reality Bites the Dairy Industry: De-intensify or Sell, Dairy Farmers’ Choice
  • Integrated Reporting Swells Britain’s Soft Power
  • World’s Largest Sovereign Wealth Fund  Drops 11 Companies Over Deforestation
  • Auckland Sustainable Housing Summit 2016: Scaling up Sustainably
  • Australia and New Zealand’s Ethical Fashion Companies for 2016 Revealed
  • The Great Denmark to Become A 100% Organic Country
  • Wind Turbine of the Future
  • Workshop: Create Tangible Business Value through Life Cycle Assessments
  • Climate Hypocrisy: JP Morgan’s Empty Promises on Coal
  • Disobedience: Courage to Break Free

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Sustainability Matters 14th April 2016

Dear Reader,

In this ‘monster’ 6 page** edition of Sustainability Matters you can read about;

** = Currently there is such a large amount of ‘relevant’ sustainability related material it seems appropriate to convey more of it to you.

  • Sustainability Group Events
  • Policy Makers Raising the Bar on Sustainability Reporting Worldwide
  • How to Make a Nation: A Monocle Guide
  • Edelman Trust Barometer Published in NZ For the First Time
  • Why Would You Think About Becoming a TNS Professional?
  • What if Every Act of Design and Construction Made the World a Better Place?
  • The Farm which Grows Climate Change Solutions
  • Fit for the Future: Be More Effective, Get More Done, with Less Stress
  • Antarctic Loss Could Double Sea Rise by 2100
  • Do Good Jobs
  • British Columbia Businesses Call for a Stronger Carbon Tax
  • Ecolabel Index
  • Environment & Sustainability Consulting Commercial Manager – Local & International
  • These 21 Countries are Cutting Carbon While Growing GDP
  • One Million Climate Jobs: Tackling the Environmental and Economic Crises
  • ‘Up to 100 Years’ to Restore Waikato River
  • The True Cost – Who Pays the Price for Our Clothing?
  • John Elkington’s Required Reading
  • Dairy Downturn Chance to Change
  • The Role of Internal Audit in Non-financial and Integrated Reporting
  • Success in a Time of Economic Distress
  • ACCA Welcomes Launch of the EC Public consultation on Non-financial Reporting Guidelines
  • Ranui Sustainable Brings Kiwi Innovators to Northland
  • Sorry, Feds: Kids Can Sue Over Climate Negligence, Judge Says
  • Battle of Giants: GRI vs SASB vs IR

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