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2015: ‘Let’s ask the right questions about corporate compensation’

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C-Suite. Can CEO compensation be linked to long-term sustainability goals? If so, then, the current obsession for short-term quarterly results must give way to long-term goals. . . . → Read More: 2015: ‘Let’s ask the right questions about corporate compensation’

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Top Business Sustainability Trends of 2014

Solutions to climate change would gain more success if they are driven by a political and a market agenda. The voluntary and mutual understanding between the US and China, reached this year, indicates that there is both – a political and a business case in the concept of circular economy. . . . → Read More: Top Business Sustainability Trends of 2014

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What really inspires millennials to live more sustainably?

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Unlike much market research, an on-site eye tracking study showed people’s actual reactions in everyday life environments to messages and products, rather than just recording what they said. Photograph: BT

 

This article titled “What really inspires millennials to live more sustainably?” was written by David Benady, for theguardian.com on Monday 22nd December 2014 09.46 UTC

The task of persuading the public to live more sustainably is getting a boost from the latest technology which is showing how we react to sustainability messages in the real world.

The rapid uptake of smartphones and . . . → Read More: What really inspires millennials to live more sustainably?

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Can North Sea installations be recycled, or decommissioned sustainably

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Encouraging oil and gas operators to find ways of reusing assets comes with its own challenges – economics being one of them

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The surfing companies making waves with sustainable design

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Finisterre and Riz Boardshorts are taking action against marine litter, from recycled surfing gear to compostable packaging

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Thinking outside the box: unwrapping a massive packaging problem

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As online purchases increase, packaging grows. Several companies are working to reduce waste and find green alternatives.

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Why metals should be recycled, not mined

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Extractive companies need to recast themselves as resource stewards and embrace the circular economy by investing in recycling, not mining

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8 ways to rethink resources: nappies to benches and food waste to biogas

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Businesses are using circular economy thinking to find radical new ways to repurpose waste and save scarce resources

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Circular economy in action: mining metals from street sweepings and making plastic from sewage

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Waste is becoming an exciting commodity in our economy. For Veolia UK, the circular economy share of its operations has grown to 20% of 1.7bn turnover

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Why are major beverage companies refusing to use a 90% recycled can?

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Recycling aluminum cans is cheap, efficient and doesn’t damage the integrity of the container. So why won’t Coke, Pepsi or Budweiser use them?

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