Sustainability Matters 14th November

In this “supa” edition of Sustainability Matters – yes so soon after the previous “supa” edition – you can read about;

      •   Zero Carbon Bill Passes with Almost Unanimous Support in Parliament
      •   Consultation Opens on Kiwi Businesses Assessing and Reporting Their Climate-Related Financial Risks
      •   Heat, Greed and Human Need: Climate Change, Capitalism and Sustainable Wellbeing
      •   Sorcha Carr’s Speech to the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA)
      •   Enviro-Mark Solutions Ltd Rebrands to ‘Toitū Envirocare’
      •   Climate Liability News
      •   Focusing Aotearoa New Zealand’s Environmental Reporting System
      •   Gen Less Campaign by EECA
      •   U.S. Gas Station Ditches Oil for 100% EV Charging
      •   Accounting for Sustainability
      •   Dear GRETA, GRETA, GRETA….
      •   UK’s Treasury’s Net-Zero Minister: Climate Action will be a ‘Signature Theme’ of Next Government
      •   Inefficient Light Bulb Sales Halve
      •   Inequality and the Climate Crisis: Reflections on Gough’s Heat, Greed and Human Need
      •   Transition Engineering: Building a Sustainable Future
      •   How Green are New Zealand’s Supermarkets?
      •   The Aotearoa Circle’s Sustainable Finance Forum Names Three Top Priorities for Sustainable Finance System
      •   Should Directors Who Ignore Climate Change Risks Keep Their Jobs? [and 18 other stories]
      •   Hard Truths About the Green Economy: The Race to Clean Up Mineral Supply Chains
      •   Focusing on the Positive
      •   Italy to Become First Country to Make Studying Climate Change Compulsory in Schools
      •   How to Talk About Climate Change: A Toolkit for Encouraging Collective Action
      •   LCANZ 10th Anniversary Summit

  • Plus ‘Breaking news’: Reinventing the financial system, by Rod Oram, journalist, who investigates the political, economic, and business spheres in New Zealand.
    www.newsroom.co.nz/2019/11/03/888404/reinvent-financial-system

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