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Research explores how we can change the behaviour of our groups | Adi Gaskell on Social Business

“A fundamental part of being a sense and respond organization is the ability for change to occur from throughout the organization. Suffice to say however, few”
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The Doctor Game: Obesity equation has a simple solution

The Doctor Game: Obesity equation has a simple solution | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“It has been said Einstein’s E=mc2 (energy=mass x C speed of light squared) is the world’s most important scientific equation. Unfortunately, it created the atomic bomb that killed thousands in the . .”
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From vegan beef to fishless filets: meat substitutes are on the rise - The Guardian (blog)

From vegan beef to fishless filets: meat substitutes are on the rise - The Guardian (blog) | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“Meat alternatives put significantly fewer demands on the planet and are increasingly popular, but globally, meat consumption is still set to grow”
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Peak Meat Production Strains Land and Water Resources | Worldwatch Institute

Peak Meat Production Strains Land and Water Resources | Worldwatch Institute | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“ New Worldwatch analysis examines global trends in meat production, prices, and practices”
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Pseudo-Sustainability: The Beef With Grass-Fed Beef - One Green Planet

Pseudo-Sustainability: The Beef With Grass-Fed Beef - One Green Planet | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“Pseudo-Sustainability: The Beef With Grass-Fed Beef One Green Planet As we become increasingly aware of the environmental impact of our food choices, we find ourselves looking for ways to minimize this impact.”
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Winning at Sustainability–Turning Principles into Action

Winning at Sustainability–Turning Principles into Action | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
With more people saying they're willing to pay more for products and services from socially responsible companies, how can companies communicate that they’re on the same page? The most direct option may be how you’ve been communicating with them for years—at the point of sale. Making your social commitment clearly visible on your product packaging is not only a good way to tout your product’s benefits, but it can also be the difference between a purchase and a pass for many consumers.
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Business Case for Sustainability

Business Case for Sustainability | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“This video presents the business case for sustainability: research shows that companies integrating sustainability into their corporate DNA make more profit (Business Case for Sustainability http://t.co/BqcM1abXOz)...”
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40% of American adults

40% of American adults | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“40% of American adults will develop type 2 diabetes in their lifetime, 40% of American adults will develop type 2 diabetes in their lifetime (40% of American adults will develop type 2 diabetes in their lifetime http://t.co/mfB85bFNFf)...”
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Where's the Beef? One Man's Journey From Burgers to Broccoli -

Where's the Beef? One Man's Journey From Burgers to Broccoli - | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“Barbeques, beer, and broccoli? Fitness coach Andrew Raines says eating your greens is the manly thing to do.”
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The new low-carbon diet: eat well without gobbling up resources!

The new low-carbon diet: eat well without gobbling up resources! | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“Recipes from all over the world that highlight the difficulties - and the pleasures - of eating sustainably (RT @guardianeco: The new low-carbon diet: eat well without gobbling up resources!”
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Food security and nutrition — 2 sides of the same coin - Devex

Food security and nutrition — 2 sides of the same coin - Devex | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“Food security and nutrition — 2 sides of the same coin Devex Nutrition has many, well-known faces: healthy babies in the first 1,000 days of life, smiling lactating and pregnant mothers, focused children learning in school.”
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Vegetarian or flexitarian: How much meat do you really want to give up? - CBC.ca

Vegetarian or flexitarian: How much meat do you really want to give up? - CBC.ca | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“DigitalJournal.com Vegetarian or flexitarian: How much meat do you really want to give up?”
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Call for end to 'throwaway society'

Call for end to 'throwaway society' | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“A ban on sending leftover food to landfill is needed to move away from a 'throwaway society', say MPs. (V @CommonsEAC: end ‘throwaway society’ where only 6% of 7.2 million tons recycled per yr.”
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Have the Danes cracked childhood obesity?

Have the Danes cracked childhood obesity? | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“A Danish "whole life" anti-obesity programme has had impressive results, and the doctor leading it thinks other countries should copy it.”
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Drug-resistant infections lurk in meat we eat

Drug-resistant infections lurk in meat we eat | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“Seventy percent of the antibiotics in the U.S. are fed to livestock, often to help speed their growth. But the routine use has caused some animals to develop virulent drug-resistant infections that can be passed to people — sometimes killing them.”
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Childhood obesity rates stabilise in Ireland, but ‘global fattening’ highlights inequality

Childhood obesity rates stabilise in Ireland, but ‘global fattening’ highlights inequality | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“A new obesity study brings cautious optimism, but the researchers say the current level is unacceptable”
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How sustainability leaders hold steady over the long haul - GreenBiz.com (blog)

“How sustainability leaders hold steady over the long haul GreenBiz.com (blog) Without the resolve to weather a few storms, your sustainability program is at risk of puttering out or blowing up in your face — that is, if it ever gets going in the...”
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Winning at Sustainability–Turning Principles into Action

Winning at Sustainability–Turning Principles into Action | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
With more people saying they're willing to pay more for products and services from socially responsible companies, how can companies communicate that they’re on the same page? The most direct option may be how you’ve been communicating with them for years—at the point of sale. Making your social commitment clearly visible on your product packaging is not only a good way to tout your product’s benefits, but it can also be the difference between a purchase and a pass for many consumers.
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Eating less meat: Solution to reduce water use?

Eating less meat: Solution to reduce water use? | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“ Eating less meat would protect water resources in dry areas around the world, researchers have found. Reducing the use of animal products can have a considerable impact on areas suffering scarce water resources, as meat production requires more water than other agricultural products, they say.”
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40 percent of Americans will develop diabetes, study says - CBS News

40 percent of Americans will develop diabetes, study says - CBS News | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“CBS News 40 percent of Americans will develop diabetes, study says CBS News The ongoing diabetes and obesity epidemics have combined with ever-increasing human lifespans to raise lifetime risk of type 2 diabetes to about 40 percent for both men and...”
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Giving up beef could reduce carbon footprint ‘more than giving up cars’ - Virgin.com

Giving up beef could reduce carbon footprint ‘more than giving up cars’ - Virgin.com | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“The reaction to my blog was fascinating, and I really appreciated reading all of your own views, ranging from those who have long been vegetarians and vegans to those who couldn’t comprehend giving up burgers.”
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The American Workforce And Obesity - YouTube

The American Workforce And Obesity - YouTube | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
http://www.dailyrx.com/obesity-may-lead-fatigue-and-lower-endurance-job?autoplay=612273247 One in three US adults are now considered obese, according to the ...
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Business Case for Sustainability

Business Case for Sustainability | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
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We Eat 92 Percent of the Food on Our Plates

We Eat 92 Percent of the Food on Our Plates | Sustainable Food Future | Scoop.it
“Serving size is destiny, a new study finds. (RT @Dr_Lanie: We Eat 92 Percent of the Food on Our Plates http://t.co/hLtHA7YcAJ @chrissjarratt #obesity)...”
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