Sustainability Matters 12th April 2018

There have been 79 responses to the Sustainability Matters reader survey. A set of
preliminary results are attached for possible interest. They have yet to be analysed
in detail and decisions made. Every contribution is much appreciated. Thank you.

In this edition;
•    Sustainability Working Group – First edition of newsletter
•    Measuring the Meaning of Life
•    The Commitment to Reducing Inequality Index – July 2017
•    How Climate Activists Failed to Make Clear the Problem with Natural Gas
•    A New Global Standard to Address Bribery Risk: ISO 37001
•    Energy Hogs: Can World’s Huge Data Centres be More Efficient?
•    The Case for Taking Early Action on Climate Change
•    Southeast Asia Closes Island Beaches to Recover from Climate Change and Tourism
•    Waste Land, Promised Land
•    GRI Standards and Courses Soon
•    Impact Investing Fund Goes Live in NZ
•    Learning from Tūhoe – Four Practical Insights to Run Great Design Workshops
•    Will the ‘Educated’ Save the Environment?
•    The Growth Delusion: Wealth, Poverty, and the Well-being of Nations
•    The Statistics are Mind-Numbing …
•    Trading for Good: A Report on Small and Medium-sized Social Enterprises
•    World Congress of Accountants
•    It’s Time for Companies to Clean up Their Act
•    Greenpeace International Ends its Forest Stewardship Council Membership

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