Sustainability Matters 14th May 2020

In this 6 page edition of Sustainability Matters which has some longer than usual articles you can read about;
      •    University of Auckland Tops Global Sustainability Impact Second Year in a Row
      •    Tessa Meyer Named NZGBC Future Thinker of the Year
      •    Our Regenerative Future Launch
      •    John Houghton, Who Sounded Alarm on Climate Change, Dies at 88
      •    Research Opportunity into Finance Function
      •    Inequality and the Ecological Transition
      •    Climate Action 20/25: Accelerating Climate Action by New Zealand SME’s
      •    Improving Nature’s Visibility in Financial Accounting
      •    Covid-19 Has Nothing on What’s Coming
      •    A Satellite Lets Scientists See Antarctica’s Melting like Never Before
      •    Amsterdam to Embrace ‘Doughnut’ Model to Mend Post-coronavirus Economy
      •    Reviving the Economy
      •    Webinar: Small is Mighty! – SMEs, Science Based Targets and Systemic Carbon Shifts
      •    Unilever’s Alan Jope on Repairing Capitalism, Covid-19 and Sustainable Living Plans
      •    Is Asparagopsis Seaweed the Answer to NZ’s Methane Emissions?
      •    A ‘Feminist Economic Recovery Plan’
      •    General Mills Advance Regenerative Agriculture Practices on One Million Acres of Farmland by 2030
      •    Vietnam and the Indian State of Kerala Curbed Covid-19 on the Cheap
      •    Packaging: Rewriting the Narrative
      •    NZ Should Lead Move to Fossil-fuel Reduction Treaty
      •    How Noise Pollution Threatens Ocean Life
      •    The Sustainability Reporting and Communications Handbook 2020
      •    The Regenerative Farming Revolution
      •    ‘We Need a Radically Different Form of Leadership to Come Out the Other Side of Covid-19’
      •    How to Link the GRI Standards with the SDGs.

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