Sustainability Matters 10th May 2018

In this edition;
•    Sustainability Working Group – Reporting framework inventory
•    Factfulness
•    Getting to Zero: Challenging but Achievable
•    Wise Response Submission to the Tax Working Group
•    Native Knowledge: What Ecologists Are Learning from Indigenous People
•    Adding Social Value via Service Procurement
•    Creepy Cuisine: The Rise of Edible Insects
•    Supercharge Your Carbon Reporting with Science and Transparency
•    The Gateway Bug: A Documentary About the Future of Food
•    SBN – A Job in Wellington
•    The Housing Summit 2018 – Because It’s Time for Change
•    Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) – thinkstep Committed
•    This Animal Kills More People In a Day Than Sharks Do In a Century
•    Local Government (Community Well Being) Amendment Bill
•    Psychology for a Better World: Working with People to Save the Planet
•    Scientists Hope New Enzyme Will ‘Eat’ Plastic Pollution
•    Why You Can’t Have Free Trade and Save the Planet
•    Modern Slavery Reporting – Issues and Implications for Business
•    Dutch Company Uses Bison to Maintain Pure Drinking Water
•    Manager – Sustainability/Better Business Reporting.

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