In this edition of Sustainability Matters in which you can read about;
• Learning Through Doing: The Role of Academia in Driving Sustainability
• Critics of ‘Degrowth’ Economics Say it’s Unworkable – But from an Ecologist’s Perspective, it’s Inevitable
• Unexpected Benefits of Having Bank Branches in Local Communities
• Framing Messages Around the Climate Emergency
• The Transition to an ‘Economy of Enough’
• Sir Jonathon Porritt Accuses the Two Chrises Failing at Climate Leadership
• To Avoid Doubt Company Directors Now Have Enhanced Clarity About Their Duties
• Calls for ‘Ecocide’ Law in Scotland to Punish Those Who Destroy Nature Like War Criminals
• Funding to Upgrade Hot Water Heating
• Potential of Rock Dust to Draw Down Huge Amounts of Carbon Dioxide
• To Save the Planet, Should We Really Be Moving Slower?
• Report of the Expert Working Group on Managed Retreat: A Proposed System for Te Hekenga Rauora/Planned Relocation
• Oil Exec Joined the BlackRock Board Weeks Before Government Climate Announcement
• Sustainability: The Power of Industry Associations
• An Alternative to Plastic Building Wrap
• Disappearance of Vultures Can Have Unforeseen Consequences – for Humans Too.
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