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The Hollywood documentaries putting sustainability on the map - Cinema still represents big business - revenues in the UK stood at more than £1bn in each of the last four years. With 165.5m individual ticket sales, film remains a medium with the capability to r...
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How to encourage financial markets to engage in natural capital? - live chat - The natural world is being consistently degraded as a result of the pursuit of economic growth at any cost. While trillions of dollars are pumped into the financial system which powers this destruc...
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Solar energy technology for those with no access to electricity - Around the world approximately 1.7 billion people still live off the grid, with no access to mains electricity. This comes with numerous problems, with lighting and access to income among the most ...
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Green groups too white and too male compared to other sectors – report - Environmental groups do a worse job than the business and sports sectors in welcoming and promoting minorities and women, a new report has found. The report by University of Michigan professor, Dor...
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Reimagining refugee shelter design: eight new models for conflict housing - For the first time since World War II, the number of displaced people has topped 50 million, according to a June report from the UN Refugee Agency. As wars drag on in countries like Afghanistan and...
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Operating in conflict zones: lessons from a financial institution in Somalia - When Sir Paul Collier made reference to a "bottom billion" he shone a much-needed light on a group of small nations largely unnoticed by the west. He argued a bold new plan was required to support ...
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SMEs face £40bn in unpaid invoices, prompt payment is an ethical issue - Big business likes to boast that the consumer is king. Small companies would love to join them, only they know that its cash flow that wears the crown. The UK economy may be picking up, but sadly ...
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Why reporting does matter- Get more value out of your CR Report - Motivate your workforce. Drive business profits. Relate to stakeholders. Create positive change. New research shows how companies reporting on sustainability ...
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Corporate governance: why the board must lead on ethics- Make sustainable innovation add to your bottom line. 15+ CEOs and C-Suite from leading multinationals plus heads of CSR will discuss the future of sustainability Business ethics are good for compan...
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Get the boss on board with sustainability- Toby Webb has 15 ideas your chief executive wont be able to resist Convincing senior leadership that sustainable business matters remains a major challenge. Heres a few proven ways of doing so, i...
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C3- The Community Climate Chest or C3 gives households and businesses access to cheaper, tax-deductible GreenPower and carbon offsets on-line, while directing a share of the proceeds to local environ...
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UK fashion social enterprises support recovering addicts, refugees and ageing - If you are an ageing woman, a refugee or overcoming an eating disorder or drug addiction, finding a job might feel like scaling Everest. Especially a job in which you can be creative and your uniqu...
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Ethical Clothing Infographic - I thought Id share this handy and succinct ethical clothing infographic I found on Pinterest the other day.  As with all things Pinterest it can be difficult to find the original image source.  In...
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The man behind G Adventures: Bruce Poon Tip interview - Founder of tour company G Adventures, Bruce Poon Tip is a leader in the sustainable travel industry. Lyn Hughes quizzed him about business, ethical tourism, and his guilty love of Disneyland... Lyn...
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Bankers should look eastwards for ethical guidance- The crash of 2008 revealed an ethical crisis in banking, one of our most powerful and critical industries. To encourage bankers to clean up their act, proposals including caps on bankers bonuses, b...
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Fair & Ethical Trade on the Fringe at St Andrew Square, Edinburgh City Centre - What's On Scotland- About Fair & Ethical Trade on the Fringe Fair Trade on the Fringe, a well established international platform for fair trade, ethical gifts from across the globe as well local gifts. Held in a marqu...
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How can technology advance sustainability in fashion? - live chat - Weve come a long way from Flintstone fashion. Today, we can engineer textiles to the point of being accused of "technological doping" and banned for use in competitive swimming, 3D printed garment...
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Tackling the food waste challenge with technology - The challenges of the 21st century will stretch our collective capacity for innovation like never before. Take food security. Our mission, should we choose to accept it, is first to find 175-220m h...
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Climate crisis caused by ethical & institutional 'vacuum' - Thats the view of Stephen Gardiner, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Washington ... whos vistiing Australia. He says a moral and institutional failure to act on climate change, means ...
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It's Not OK Cupid: Co-Founder Defends User Experiments - The Takeaway- Online dating can feel like a shot in the dark, but for those in the business of selling match-making services online, theres no much mystery to it. Its all about data and algorithmic calculation...
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How Humans Respond to Robots- Historically, robotics in industry meant automation, a field that asks how machines perform more effectively than humans. These days, new innovation highlights a very different design space: what p...
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Deep Brain Stimulation: A Principled... [Curr Top Behav Neurosci. 2014] - PubMed - NCBI- DBS has emerged in the past few decades as a powerful clinical tool in the treatment of movement disordersMovement disorders such as dystoniaDystonia and Parkinsons diseaseParkinsons disease . As...
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It’s complicated: Why we need a new etiquette for handling what’s private and what’s public — Tech News and Analysis- The private vs. public divide used to be relatively straightforward: things remained private unless you disclosed them to someone, either deliberately or accidentally - but even in the case of acci...
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How Does Your Business Score in Ethical Marketing? - Its great to talk about ethical marketing , but how well are we putting it into practice Take the 7 Graces Ethical Marketing Self-Assessment Quiz and find out. When I wrote The 7 Graces of Market...
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Free-to-play free-for-all: Is the EC's F2P clampdown a farce? - Free-to-play games are free - I dont see it as misleading. As long as an app offers a gaming experience that a user does not have to pay for, there should be no problem with listing that app as fr...
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Ethical Corporation magazine - This 24-page pack is comprised of the best and most popular articles from EthicalCorp.com. The analysis delves into some of the key issues and topics currently prevalent in the sustainability secto...
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Mens Breckenridge Ethical Overhead Hoodie by Rock Bear-bear.com - Breckenridge Overhead Hoodie. Our Ethical Overhead Hoodie is a great piece of kit for layering up on the hills or to warm up when it gets a little chilly at the beach! Its got a great fit and desi...
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Get your Ethics right and reap the rewards- What does it mean to be ethical in your email marketing For me its the same as being ethical in anything you do.  Its about being open, honest and trustworthy, giving those who deal with you th...
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Jersey's compulsory cycle helmet law: based on emotion, not evidence? - For UK cyclists the issue of compulsory helmet use has been until now, to use the phrase, a quarrel in a faraway land, with the main proponents being Australia, New Zealand and parts of Canada and ...
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Putting European food law back on the political menu - In his speech to the European Parliament on 15 July, the European commissions president, Jean-Claude Juncker, outlined his priorities for the next five years. Perhaps to the surprise of some obser...
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Delaying climate action will carry heavy economic cost, White House warned - The White House has warned that delaying action on climate change would carry a heavy price, racking up an additional 40% in economic losses from climate impacts and other costs over the course of ...
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Diesel drivers may face higher costs in pollution battle - Drivers in London with vehicles fuelled by diesel will be charged an additional fee similar to the existing £11.50 congestion charge, if proposals by the mayor Boris Johnson are accepted. The plans...
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Volvo and Renault lead way as electric car sales double in EU - New models helped sales of electric cars in the European Union double in 2013, but the zero-emission vehicles still only account for one in every 250 new cars sold. Electric cars are a crucial part...
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The Sustainable Supply Chain Summit- Auditing, codes of conduct and presenting the business case to suppliers is not enough. Actually changing the business practice of suppliers requires more than platitudinous statements of commitm...
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Challenges for LGBT people in the workplace and how to overcome them - Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people who are out at work waste little energy hiding aspects of their personalities, meaning they feel more confident and progress within the business. How...
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Support Alison Jane Reid creating Ethical Hedonist Magazine - Vanity Fair Meets The Ecologist- I am reinventing myself in  the profession I love to bits with Ethical Hedonist - An online Magazine that puts a dash of Emerald Princess Style and chutzpah into all things sustainable. That mean...
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Africa Fashion Week London - Africa Fashion Week London is Europes largest event for African and African-inspired fashion. It also promotes ethical fashion production in the African fashion industry and welcomes designers of ...
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Burlesque Toy Shop: Bringing Glamour Back Into the Bedroom- This Burlesque Signature Toy - Limited Edition Sex & Mischief Fantasy Restraint Kit is at an unbelievable value courtesy of our generous sponsor Sportsheets. Beginners to connoisseurs alike will en...
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The Sustainable Angle presents at the Ethical Fashion Forum Source Summit- The Sustainable Angle presents at the Ethical Fashion Forum Source Summit On 25th July the Ethical Fashion Forum hosted the Source Summit in London, to enable Source members from all stages of the ...
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Saying the Unsayable: Wittgenstein's Early Ethical Thought- Saying the Unsayable: Wittgensteins Early Ethical Thought Saying the Unsayable: Wittgensteins Early Ethical Thought In a letter to Ludwig von Ficker, Wittgenstein explains that the key to underst...
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