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Reflections from the Alliance for Water Stewardship Forum 2017

The Alliance for Water Stewardship forum in Edinburgh has just finished. It’s only in its second year but feels like a meeting that’s gathering momentum and it would be great to see it continue. There were many interesting sessions and discussions, including the launch of a new WWF report looking at how well agricultural sustainability […]

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Making a difference: How Alpro is helping us conserve forests in East Africa

East Africa is globally renowned for its ‘Big 5’ species, found across the landscape in national parks such as the Selous, Serengeti and Mara in Kenya and Tanzania. These vast stretches of land that elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos and buffalo call home, like the miombo woodlands, savanna grasslands and coastal forests, often go unnoticed, yet […]

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Five reasons why your business will be tackling water issues by 2020

People, economies and nature – they all depend on water. But by 2025, UNESCO predicts that water demands for two-thirds of the world’s population will exceed the available supply. In a world of increasingly severe water scarcity and pollution, it’s essential we improve how we manage freshwater resources right now. Businesses of every kind and […]

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Seven things you need to know about Livewell

What is food consumption’s share of delivering the Paris Agreement? Can the Livewell approach include additional environmental metrics – such as land use and water footprint? What can a healthy, sustainable diet look like in 2030? Can we develop a Livewell Plate for the elderly? And, what about a vegan Livewell Plate? These are some […]

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G20’s financial task force recommendations could be the catalyst to a low-carbon future

Today sees the publication of a milestone set of recommendations from the highly influential Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). Chaired by Michael Bloomberg, the philanthropist and former Mayor of New York, and created by Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England and Chair of the Financial Stability Board (FSB), it sets […]

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Natural capital stress testing – helping to build resilience in UK Plc

We’re seeing more and more evidence of the heavy price we pay when we damage the natural systems that sustain us. Businesses are increasingly responding to this changing reality, shifting to more resource efficient practices to reduce risks and tapping into new sustainable market opportunities. But many are also calling on governments to manage the […]

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