Sustainability Matters 3rd October 2019

In this ‘supa size’ 6 page edition of Sustainability Matters with no mention of climate marches and related events you can read about;
      •   Choices Made Now Are Critical for the Future of Our Ocean and Cryosphere
      •   What Love Looks Like
      •   The Climate Crisis: Justice, Emotion and Social Change
      •   Sustainability Matters
      •   Loophole Threatening Zero Carbon Bill
      •   Talking About Climate Change with Your Kids
      •   Five Ways UK Farmers are Tackling Climate Change
      •   Interim Climate Change Committee Calls for Evidence
      •   ESG Reporting Uptake in S&P/NZX 50 Index and Investor Perspective 2019
      •   Air Travel Emissions ‘Worse than Anyone Expected’, Vastly Outpace Predictions
      •   New Masters Degree Tackles Urgent Issue of Sustainability
      •   Radical Joy for Hard Times: Finding Meaning and Making Beauty in Earth’s Broken Places
      •   How to Lower Your Waste and Carbon Footprint
      •   The National Product Stewardship Roadshow
      •   TCFD Good Practice Handbook
      •   Air New Zealand 2019 Sustainability Report
      •   Legislation to Have Wellbeing ‘Enshrined in Law’ Introduced
      •   Bezos: Amazon Is ‘Done Being In the Middle of the Herd’ on Climate Issues
      •   Dreaming of Sustainability in a Material World
      •   Global Pumped Energy Storage
      •   Coalition of 10,000 Farmers and Ranchers Call on Congress to Pass Green New Deal
      •   Commit To Applying Natural Capital Thinking To Improve Organisational Decision Making
      •   A Circular Solution to Plastic Waste
      •   New Tools to Reduce Climate Impact of Freight
      •   Holland Turns Hundreds of Bus Stops into Bee Stops As Gift To Honeybees
      •   Trees and Land Use in NZ
      •   Spaceship to Earth – NZ has a Problem
      •   Loan of NZ$50m Tied to Environment, Social and Governance Measures
      •   The Hard Truths of Climate Change – By the Numbers

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