Sustainability Matters 19th July 2018

This edition is 6 pages rather than the usual 4 as was expected at the time of the most recent (19th June) edition.
Several stories merit greater length than they would usually receive;

       •    Sustainability Working Group – Insights to 17th July 2001 meeting
       •    60 Leading Kiwi CEOs commit to Climate Action
       •    Demystifying the ‘Alphabet Soup’ of Reporting Frameworks
       •    Annual Earth Building Conference
       •    25 Years Ago I Coined the Phrase ‘Triple Bottom Line’ – Time for a Rethink
       •    Government Dialogue on Natural Capital
       •    ‘Global Warming is Happening’ – Defence Adds Climate Change Issues
            to its Strategy for the First Time
       •    New Book Promotes Kiwi Success
       •    Australia-New Zealand Climate Change and Business Conference
       •    SBN Members Step up to Show Us Your Lunch Box!
       •    Indian Start-up is Turning Trash into Treasure
       •    Women Will Drive Transition to Electric Cars
       •    Ireland World’s First Country to Divest from Fossil Fuels
       •    Minister Promises to Extend Scope of Social Value Act
       •    Krill Fishing Industry Backs Massive Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary to
           Protect Penguins, Seals and Whales
       •    Senate Inquiry says Ban All Single-use Plastics by 2023
       •    Crushed Porcelain from Old Toilets Transformed Into a Valuable Resource
       •    Trees That Count
       •    True to Label: Measuring Value in the Non-profit Sector in Aotearoa
           New Zealand
       •    Incentivizing Sustainability Reporting by SMEs Through Policy:      A Primer
       •    A Different Type of Ambulance
       •    Too Far Too Often – Energy Transfer Partners’ Corporate
           Behaviour On Human Rights, Free Speech, and the Environment
       •    Climate Change and Agriculture: The Investment Implications
       •    Tourism and Sustainability
       •    Not Bowling Alone: How American Grassroots Communities are
           Collaborating to Realise Effective Change
       •    Certified Sustainable Beef in Canada

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