June 30, 2016

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Ikea starts selling solar panels in UK stores

Swedish firm is optimistic of sales despite recent cuts to solar incentives...

Power plan maps out route to follow for 100% renewable energy future

GetUp! and SolarCitizens say its ‘homegrown power plan’ means it would be technically feasible and cheaper for Australia to switch from fossil fuels...

Chris Ying and Lucky Peach examine the importance of what we eat without an extra helping of sanctimony

“I believe in sustainability and I’m a huge proponent of organic, but they all kind of get tied up in the idea that...

China signs historic Paris climate agreement – what's next?

With only 10% of Chinese firms carrying out sustainability initiatives, the country’s business sector will need to act quickly if China is to...

Economics needs a new paradigm

The aim must not be merely GDP growth, but more urgently, fair inclusion and environmental sustainability.

Modelling shows move to 100% renewable energy would save Australia money

Estimated cost of moving all electricity, industry and transport onto renewables by 2050 would be $800bn, a saving of $90bn.

Powered By Pee: How Your Toilet Could Fuel The Future

Conversations on excreta (feces and urine) are rarely seen as polite or appropriate, but we really need to get over that. The reality...

How ugly food can end hunger

Ugly Food" is being wasted every day in the United States. The USDA says 133 billion pounds of food was thrown away in...

What one milk carton says about sustainability messaging around the world

To be truly sustainable, companies must reconcile the different marketing messages they use around the world.

4 Things Every Employee Needs to Be Happy

Seventy percent. That’s the number of employees in this country who couldn’t care less about their jobs. Your disengaged staff are cutting every...




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