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Our Carbon Neutral Product client Sukin-Australian Natural Skincare are running an Australian Rainforest Foundation Campaign on their Facebook page. Visit this page to see how you can help: http://www.sukinorganics.com/ARFCampaign.asp
Sukin are proud to have partnered with the Australian Rainforest Foundation to raise much needed funds for a rainforest rehabilitation site in Queensland’s beautiful Daintree area. The Australian Rainforest Foundation is a not-for-profit company, dedicated to protecting, extending and recovering Australia’s rainforests. For more information, please visitwww.arf.net.au.
Awake’s March e-zine reviews their interesting article of the month ‘What Influences Public Perceptions Of Climate Change?’
“The results reveal that people are most influenced by concerns about the economy – if they believe that climate change threatens the economy, they worry about it. They are also highly influenced by what they are told by the “elite” – including politicians and celebrities. Efforts to disseminate scientific information make very little difference, and neither do weather extremes. The other interesting finding is that people have short memories. They are influenced by the current debate, rather than previous events.”
Read more here: http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=c88e9882ca3b7e7be3a427bc0&id=a7a0d4094c&e=36f7235085#mctoc2
The Carbon Reduction Institute’s Managing Director Rob Cawthorne will be speaking at the Association for Sustainability in Business 2012 Conference on ‘Designing business strategies that prepare your organisation for a carbon constrained future’. For more information about the May 21-22 conference visit: http://sustainabilitybusiness.com.au/
From designer fashion to jewellery, design or tourism, luxury firms are under rising scrutiny from pressure groups demanding traceability on raw materials, and transparency on manufacturing conditions and environmental impact.
“Sustainability is about people, planet and profit,” innovation consultant Francois Prevost told a debate at the show. “The luxury world is very good at one of the three pillars — profit — but needs more work on the other two!
Read more: http://au.news.yahoo.com/entertainment/a/-/entertainment/13320157/paris-show-bets-on-green-fair-luxury/
“With the serious risks associated with climate change threatening the future of Australian agriculture and food production, farmers and landholders have an important role to play in our nation’s clean energy future by increasing the land sector’s resilience to climate change and improving long term farm productivity.”
Read More: http://www.thegreenpages.com.au/news/new-carbon-farming-handbook-will-help-create-revenue-for-farmers/
Excited that Carbon Neutral Products from Australia are hitting the US! Congratulations to Sukin-Australian Natural Skincare in expanding distribution into Amazon.com
Read more: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/3/prweb9319924.htm
“The unseasonable warmth broke temperature records in more than 1,054 locations between March 13–19, as well daily lows in 627 locations, according to Hamweather. Cities as geographically diverse as Chicago, Des Moines, Traverse City (Michigan), Myrtle Beach, Madison (Wisconsin), Atlantic City, New York City, and Duluth, (Minnesota) all broke records for high temperatures in recent days.”
Read more: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=77465&src=share