August 23, 2016

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Getting Kenya on the right track to address climate change

On 28th July 2016, the Government of Kenya launched its 2nd National Communication to the UNFCCC. Read all about it here.

Your Employees Are Already Job Hunting. What Are You Going to Do?

Whether you know it or not, a lot of your employees are probably job-hunting on the job. And you can guarantee this is...

4 Eco-Friendly Fashion Brands That Are Making Sustainability Look Chic

In 2013, global authorities, such as the European Union (EU), began to take note of the startling Danish Fashion Institution claim that the...

Why Starbucks issued its first 'sustainability' bond

Starbucks is using its sustainability bond proceeds to train farmers in places such as Costa Rica and Mexico how to grow coffee more...

Sydney Opera House's sustainability plan

This week, the Sydney Opera House is launching the next phase of its sustainability strategy and reconciliation plan...

Where are the world’s most water-stressed cities?

More than 2.5 billion people don’t have access to basic levels of fresh water for at least one month each year – a...

From Helsinki To San Francisco: The Smart City's Quest For New Professionals

Smart cities need a vision. More than that, they need people who are able to draft it and bring it forward. Some of...

Investing in Sustainability Is More Profitable Than You'd Think

CEO James Tansey describes how NatureBank's business model allows the company to profit from improving the environment.

How to keep four years of trash in one jar

Meet Lauren Singer, the New Yorker who has spent the last four years living a zero waste lifestyle.

Viewpoint: The waste mountain of coffee cups

Every day hundreds of thousands of Britons put their coffee cup into a recycling bin. They're wrong - those cups aren't recyclable, and...




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