Monthly Archives: February 2013

A new collaborative network of health organisations has agreed to joint action to raise awareness of the adverse health effects of Australia’s current minerals and energy policy at a meeting in Canberra this week. Hosted by five national health organisations, the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA), Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA), National Rural Health Alliance.
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The UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF) is working with government and industry to divert urine from the sewerage system for reuse as agricultural fertiliser. It’s the flipside of the Institute's pioneering research into how to manage the world’s finite supply of phosphate, a vital ingredient in fertiliser. Building giant Lend Lease will install the.
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Whether you are a LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability) company or a LOHAS shopper, you need to understand the megatrend of Conscious Capitalism — because it represents the larger economic context in which the critical trend of sustainability continues to unfold. Patricia Aburdene's article explains why. She co-authored the number one New York Times bestseller.
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