Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°25
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Free Environment Data Fact Sheets and Posters from the UN via @rmbyrne

Free Environment Data Fact Sheets and Posters from the UN via @rmbyrne | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°25 | Scoop.it

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Does having children make us care more about the environment?

Does having children make us care more about the environment? | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°25 | Scoop.it
Parents only want the best for their children, but caring for the environment doesn't happen overnight.

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ESRC's curator insight, February 1, 2018 4:00 AM

This study used data from Understanding Society, which is funded by ESRC through its Centre for Longitudinal Studies. 

UK Data Service's curator insight, February 5, 2018 8:55 AM
This article covers research which uses data held by the UK Data Service.

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UK Fashion Retailers Urged To Reduce Environmental Impact Of Their Clothes

UK Fashion Retailers Urged To Reduce Environmental Impact Of Their Clothes | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°25 | Scoop.it

The Chair of the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) Mary Creagh MP has written to the chief executives of the UK’s ten leading fashion retailers to find out what steps they are taking to reduce the environmental and social impact of the clothes and shoes they sell. The request for evidence will inform the Committee’s inquiry into the sustainability of the fashion industry, which is investigating how the UK’s fashion industry – that is worth £28bn a year to the UK economy – can reduce its environmental footprint.


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