Sustainability Matters 21st February 2019

In this edition of Sustainability Matters you can read about;
      •   Ambitious Danish Island Ends Fossil Fuel Use
      •   Ecolabel to Develop Construction Waste Specification
      •   Fixing the New Zealand Building Code
      •   Drought Turns Part of Iran Into a New Dust Bowl
      •   The Hidden Environmental Toll of Mining the World’s Sand
      •   World in Grip of ‘High Impact Weather’ as US Freezes, Australia Sizzles
      •   The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History, by Elizabeth Kolbert
      •   What is Important to You is More or Less Important to Me [OR, Perceptions of Fear Shaped by Where We Live]
      •   Manila’s Zero Waste Neighbourhoods
      •   The Rush for White Gold
      •   New Hunter Valley Coalmine Rejected on Climate Change Grounds
      •   What Could Other Countries Learn from Costa Rica?
      •   Philippines – 12M Houses Needed by 2030
      •   Australia Found a Way to Save Water From Plastic Pollution and We Can Start Doing the Same
      •   The Rosewood Trade: An Illicit Trail from Forest to Furniture
      •   World-first Water Quality Project Improves Tested Stream
      •   ‘If Not Us, Who?’ Failure of Representation Drives Youth Climate Strike
      •   Living Wood Fair
      •   Sooner or Later, We Have to Stop Economic Growth — and We’ll Be Better for It
      •   Striking for their Lives

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