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Greening Australia and WWF-Australia announce new Climate-ready Restoration partnership[1] in response to increasing natural disasters

The partnership will experimentally test, validate and scale practical climate-ready restoration approaches nationally, designed by eminent scientists across Australia. In an example of just one of the series of innovative projects within the partnership, Greening Australia and WWF-Australia will employ eco-evolutionary approaches to identify ‘super seed’ that has enhanced

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Mary Kay Inc., Executive Producer of Award-Winning “Guardians of the Gulf,” Joins CEO Water Mandate and UN Global Compact Sustainable Ocean Principles

To celebrate World Oceans Day, Mary Kay Inc., a global advocate for environmental consciousness and corporate responsibility, today announced that it has committed to two crucial causes in protecting our world’s waterways: the CEO Water Mandate and the United Nations Global Compact’s Sustainable Ocean Principles. The news come in

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Allianz affirms commitment to addressing climate change

In line with World Environment Day, Allianz is proud to demonstrate its commitment to environmental, social and corporate governance initiatives with the launch of the latest annual Sustainability Report of the global Allianz Group, as well as an extension of its climate change strategy. New environmental milestones & targetsThe

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Epson Partners with National Geographic to Encourage Consumers and Businesses to Turn Down the Heat in the Fight against Climate Change

Epson’s TURN DOWN THE HEAT’ campaign encouraging people at homes and offices to switch to Heat-Free Technology with low power consumption. ©Jasper Gibson Epson has joined forces with National Geographic to promote the protection of the world’s permafrost – the frozen ground beneath the polar regions of the earth –

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Adopt a coral with the Coral Gardeners, Tahiti

The Coral Gardeners, a group of young ocean lovers based on the French Polynesian island of Moorea could see the damage done to the reefs in the waters they call home, and decided to something about it. The founder Titouan and his team of surfers, free divers, and fishermen

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Growing momentum for sustainability reporting in South Asia

New analysis by leading sustainability standards setter GRI has found that sustainability reporting is on the rise in three South Asian countries – India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. 2020 Sustainability Reporting Trends in South Asia considers the reporting landscape in the region and analyzes to what extent various disclosure

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Nature-loss news stories increase 400% in Australia

A new report reveals Australia is at the forefront of a global trend showing hundreds of millions of people all over the world are concerned by biodiversity loss and this number is growing. Commissioned by the World Wide Fund for Nature with research and analysis by The Economist Intelligence

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