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The Sustainability Inequality

  Although this topic was quickly glossed over near the end of our class in day 1 (July 21), I was intrigued by the dichotomy of sustainability between the rich and poor. Prior to any research  conducted, I’ve always had

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Price of Beauty

How much does it cost to have well-moisturized skin? A bar of Dove soap costs US$ 1.50 and sometimes less if you buy bulk. Every bar contains a third of moisturizer, so your skin will be smooth, healthy and radiant.

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Sustainable Transportation in Canadian Cities

I live in Ottawa Canada where a public bike sharing system and segregated bike lanes in the downtown core were finally introduced last year, some thirty years after these concepts became the norm in Denmark. While these initiatives do provide a healthier/greener transportation

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Earth Debt

‘Antique Sunlight’, a term lifted directly from my recent viewing of the 11th hour resonated with me more than any other concept in Leonardo Di Caprio’s ecological wake up plea. We, as a race, are cashing in on previous generations

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Sustainable Development Practices in the Australian Football League

I thought I would take a look at some of the sustainable practices in Australian sport, particularly with a focus on the Western Bulldogs. As most of you are aware I have been working for the Bulldogs for nearly three

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