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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: The road to sustainable entreprise

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Global Sustainability: “We need to work hard to make it less bad”

Professor Jeremy B William started off our Sustainable Development and Competitive Advantage course by stating “Now [after years of abusing our planet], we need to work hard to make it less bad, there is no longer an option of making things comfortable”. While this sounds rather

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A Litre of Light – making a solar light bulb from a PET bottle

This is an effective and cheap way some people are lighting their houses using recycled PET bottles, some water and a little bit of bleach. Imagine what this can do for people that cannot afford, or simply do not have

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The Governmental Role in Global Affairs

At one point in time, all people question the actions of their government; this in itself is not a surprise.  It is for this reason that the concept of majority rule was “invented”.  Going beyond the political aspect of this

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CSR and Ecological Sustainability – the right way

Emerging markets such as China, Korea and India are increasing in their overall income level and therefore capacity to own a car. With this increase comes a higher level of fuel consumption and in overpopulated countries there has been subsequent

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Eco-friendly tips for home

As a whole, we are all much more conscious of using chemicals in the house and on our skin these days. The cost of buying different products could see our weekly grocery bills skyrocket. Here are few tips to try at

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China’s growing recycling industry

This video shows that sustainability is not only an investment in the future of our planet, but also a way to economic growth.

Posted in corporate sustainability, ecological footprint, economic development, sustainable development, sustainable living
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