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Sustainability

Crowdsourcing clean streams

The “million metres streams” project – a newly-developed crowdsourcing platform looking to raise $30 million for waterway restoration projects ­­– is hoping to go live in August. More …


The very green decomposable cookbook

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A cookbook with a difference won three gold medals recently at the Pride in Print Awards - it's certified carbon zero and is printed on paper that can decompose at the end of its life. More …


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Sustainability

Making theBIGshift on sustainability

Thinking about changing the world one company at a time? So 2000s. Instead, the latest thing in sustainability is “systems innovation”, getting everyone across a sector to work together. This will be top of the agenda when a UK sustainability ... More …






NZ tops global social progress index

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US-based not-for-profit the Social Progress Imperative has just released the first Social Progress Index, rating 132 countries based on their social and environmental performance, which New Zealand tops across a wide range of measures. More …


Kiwi teen’s short film premieres in the US

Arboraceous, a short film by 16-year old Kiwi Natasha Bishop, premiered this week at the Environmental Film Festival in Washington DC alongside films made by the BBC and Discovery Channel. More …


Royal Society: We’re in the Anthropocene

Environmental problems are beginning to threaten our social and economic wellbeing, according to a new paper from the Royal Society - another argument for a move to a green economy. More …






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