Sustainability Matters 14th December 2017

In this final 2017 edition of Sustainability Matters;
•    Sustainability Group Events
•    15 Tips for Commercial-free, Fun-filled Family Holidays
•    The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons Wins Nobel Peace Prize
•    500 Clean-ups – Milestone!
•    Children’s Clothes for Hire
•    Otaki Summer Camp: 3 Days of Ideas, Politics, Comedy, Music and Nature
•    Green Star – Performance
•    Young Champions of the Earth – Prize
•    Moody’s Warns Cities, Address Climate Risks or Face Downgrades
•    Biggest Corporate Polluters Revealed
•    Targeting Value: Setting, Tracking & Integrating High-Impact Sustainability Goals
•    Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming
•    European Air Quality is Improving Slowly
•    An Investor Guide on Agricultural Supply Chain Risk
•    On Our Radar: Winter Reading List
•    Lancet Report says Environmental Pollution is Killing More People than Violence or War, or Even Smoking and Major Diseases
•    ‘Sustainable’ Palm Oil? New Investigation Shows Rampant Abuse
•    A Team Effort: Manukau RFC’s Massive Water [and Power] Savings
•    The Living House at Beachlands [Auckland]
•    ‘People Seem Happier’: How Planting Trees Changed Lives in a Former Coal Community
•    The Paradise Papers Show Accountancy Firms are Engaged in Wilful and Organised Hypocrisy

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