Monthly Archives: November 2014

Black Friday is NOT good for the environment.

This post originally appeared on my blog There Has to be a Better Way. American Thanksgiving is here and with it comes Black Friday and the newly added Cyber Monday – the obscene and absurd practice of merchants reducing their

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More Good News – Oxford Diocese to Divest from Fossil Fuels announces Oxford Diocese has voted to divest from fossil fuels and calls on the Church of England to do the same.  Another positive step in addressing climate change and the urgent need to move away from investment and support

Posted in Climate Change, Environment, Good News, Sustainable Business

Take a Trip – Patagonia’s Aysén Region – New National Park

A new national park has been established in Chile’s Aysén Region that aims to restore the area to it’s wild state through exceptional conservation practices.  It is also designed to allow visitors – local and global – to experience nature

Posted in Amazing Places, Environment, Nature, The World and You

Video – Social Sustainability: Satisfying Human Needs

Another great illustration video to help you understand the human aspect of a sustainable world. For more please check out Sustainability Illustrated’s YouTube channel or their website here.      

Posted in Social Justice, Sustainable Business, Videos

Video – Business & Sustainable Value Creation

Posted in Sustainable Business, Videos

Divestment – it’s finally happening and it’s a good thing

 An Everyday Sustainable Action Divestment from fossil fuel investments is gathering speed, universities and foundations are realizing better long-term investment lies with sustainable, socially responsible companies.  If you have investments consider this as an Everyday Sustainable action you can take

Posted in Climate Change, Everyday Sustainability

Another Fair Trade Success – Numi Tea and Turmeric Growers in Madagascar

Numi Tea has worked with a group of turmeric farmers in Madagascar to create the first Fair Trade Certified turmeric for a new line of teas they are making that uses the amazing spice.  Whatever your business is, if it

Posted in Fair Trade, Social Justice