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Co-creating a new culture to heal ourselves, the earth, atmosphere and community
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Three Reasons Investors Are Beginning to Take Sustainability Seriously | World Resources Institute

Three Reasons Investors Are Beginning to Take Sustainability Seriously | World Resources Institute | Healthy, healing culture | Scoop.it
Rapidly declining natural systems are bad news for business. There is a two-way street between the economy and the environment: Businesses damage the environment, and the damaged environment then creates risks to the bottom lines of businesses.

Three reasons explain why investors should include sustainability considerations in their decisions, and why doing so is compatible with fiduciary responsibility.

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Building the Story of Cascadia - New Tools for the Transition, Willi Paul newmythologist.com

Building the Story of Cascadia: New Tools for the Transition Workshop Video & Hand-out from 2012 Northwest Permaculture Convergence by Willi Paul newmytholog...
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Green Smoothies - Make the diet transition today

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Three Reasons Investors Are Beginning to Take Sustainability Seriously | World Resources Institute

Three Reasons Investors Are Beginning to Take Sustainability Seriously | World Resources Institute | Healthy, healing culture | Scoop.it
Rapidly declining natural systems are bad news for business. There is a two-way street between the economy and the environment: Businesses damage the environment, and the damaged environment then creates risks to the bottom lines of businesses.

Three reasons explain why investors should include sustainability considerations in their decisions, and why doing so is compatible with fiduciary responsibility.

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Experts link forest fire severity to climate change

Experts link forest fire severity to climate change | Healthy, healing culture | Scoop.it
Top scientists are now certain climate change is warming the average temperatures 1.8 degrees over 100 years making normal droughts more severe, which leads to more fires.
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