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September 2008

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The New Verteego is here

A real lifting of the responsible companies’ web platform. The streamline interface takes into account more than 250 remarks and suggestions coming from the pilot companies that subscribed to www.verteego.com. A new networking tool enables companies to invite and follow …
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/ September 30, 2008
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To whom should the VP of Sustainability report?

Ante scriptum for those companies without a VP of Sustainability yet (those who already do may pass this paragraph): If you don’t have an in-house VP of Sustainability or Corporate Social Responsibility Manager yet, then start thinking about it. True, …
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/ September 30, 2008 / 2 Comments
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Dance your way through sustainability

Music may not save the world, but the latest news coming straight from Rotterdam can change your vision on sustainability. Planet, People, Profits, the tagline of sustainable development practices worldwide, is now being transformed into Planet, People and … Party! …
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/ September 22, 2008 / 2 Comments
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Big News for Environmental Protestors

Greenpeace activists charged with causing 35,000 pounds worth of damage to a coal-fired power plant have been found not-guilty, dealing a crushing blow to Britain’s plans to expand coal power in the country and setting an important precedent for future …
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/ September 12, 2008 / 1 Comment
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Polar bears leave and die in NYC

A really nice, full of symbols video from a fight climate change campaign. Produced by Ogilvy New York for the Defense Fund for the Environment, it encourages inhabitants of the big apple to use rather public transport than car. A …
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/ September 12, 2008
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Proposal for sustainable food labels in U.K.

A top U.K. food policy adviser has advocated a comprehensive food labeling program that could help consumers to better understand the environmental, social, and health impacts of their food. Prof. Tim Lang, who popularized the term “food miles”, argues that …
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The green attitude

Going green can sometimes get… extreme! 🙂 But as long as it’s for a good cause, I’m fine with it. To raise awareness about oceans pollution, two men spent three months crossing the Pacific on a raft made of 15 …
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