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WHY WE REALLY NEED A VEGETARIAN MASTERCHEF SERIES

We really need a Vegetarian MasterChef series.   We really need it because our health and the health of our only planet is failing, and failing fast.  And programmes like MasterChef have enormous influence on the cooking habits of their audiences*, so it is ...
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COP21: CORPORATE LOBBYING, COZY MEETINGS AND MIXED MESSAGES – ETHICAL CONSUMER ARTICLE DECEMBER 2015

Georgina Stevens explores the changing face of corporate lobbying in the run up to the climate summit in Paris.   Representatives from 195 nations are currently gathered in Paris for the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) to discuss a new global ...
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GAMERS SAY NO TO SHARK FINNING!

Hungry Shark Evolution bites back at shark finning     Future Games of London (FGOL), makers of the award winning Hungry Shark series, has partnered with one of the most successful grassroots movements on shark conservation; Fin Free™ to help ...
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THE BUSINESS OF SUSTAINABILITY – TVBE

    If you cannot read this article, which lets face it, its pretty difficult to, then please click on this link to read it properly (it needs clicking a couple of times and it will transport you to the ...
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WHY DON’T WE SEE CLIMATE CHANGE ON OUR CINEMA AND TV SCREENS?

There is a groundswell of sustainable production going on in TV and film, but are we still short of sustainability scriptwriters?   Sony claim The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which was released last month, is their most eco-friendly blockbuster to date, ...
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WHO IS RESUSCITATING THE ELECTRIC CAR MARKET? IT SEEMS THERE ARE SOME UNEXPECTED PLAYERS…..INCLUDING POLLUTION, A FRENCH BILLIONAIRE AND A FORMER SPANISH POLITICIAN

For electric cars, 2013 was not a good year. Three electric-vehicle (EV) companies – Better Place, Coda and Fisker – bit the dust, Tesla fires hit the headlines and Aston Martin, renowned for its beautiful cars, ditched the aptly named Cygnet EV. Things ...
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