Sustainability Matters 8th November 2017

In this ‘supa extra-large’ 8 page celebratory edition**;

•    Sustainability Group Events
•    Climate Change and the Human Mind: A Noted Psychiatrist Weighs In
•    A Win for Clean, Green, GE-free New Zealand
•    ISO14004 – Review
•    New Zealand: Polluted Paradise
•    A Lesson from Hurricane Irma: Capitalism Can’t Save the Planet – It Can Only Destroy It
•    WBCSD and COSO Sign Memorandum of Understanding
•    Internal Controls and Sustainability Data: Closing the Confidence Gap
•    Pull Together: Activate Help From the Crowd
•    Could Disclosing Climate-related Financial Information Become the New Normal?
•    Net-Zero Homes Built in Seattle
•    Denver Building Owners Could Be Required to Install Green Roofs
•    2nd Pacific Climate Change Conference
•    New Zealand’s Water Systems Particularly Vulnerable to Climate Change

•    Small is Resilient | Big is Brittle
•    Game-changing Lamp Powered by Gravity Could Provide Light to Billions
•    KPMG’s Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2017
•    Why Roman Concrete Still Stands Strong While Modern Version Decays
•    ‘This is Very Alarming!’: Flying Insects Vanish From Nature Preserves
•    Student Welcome’s Decision in Landmark Climate Lawsuit
•    Insurance: The Canary in the Coalmine of Climate Change?
•    A Circular Economy for Auckland?
•    Integrated Reporting – The Future of Accounting
•    Climate Change Puts Cambodians at Risk of Mental Health Disorders
•    Do You Need Expert In-depth to Help Make Your Business More Sustainable?
•    Fewer Poor Means More Climate Work for the Rich
•    European Social Innovation Tournament Winner
•    Disclosure of Environmental and Social Information – New EU Guidelines
•    A Thank You to Jan Wright, Out Going Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment
•    New PCE Sworn In
•    NZGBC Announces New Chair
•   Trump Nixes Environmental Regulations
•    Around the World in an Electric Car
•    Is Uber Stopping Us from Walking
•    For The Love of Earth, Stop Traveling
•    It Must be Important
•    Scotland Plans Publicly Owned, NFP Renewable Energy Company
•    The Science, Business and Education of Sustainable Infrastructure: Building Resilience in a Changing World

Note: ** Even at 8 pages the material selected is merely a drop in the bucket of that which is available.

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