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Having your cake and eating it too…then still having your cake but with a lot of extra cake added in.

The first part of that proverb is one that everyone knows, pretty much. It’s about consumption. Once eaten, the cake is gone. This analogy is often used to describe heavy spenders. 431 more words


Coventry University BES represented at World Jewellery Confederation (CIBJO) Annual Congress 2014

Findings from the recent BES Pump Prime-funded jewellery study have recently been presented at the World Jewellery Confederation (CIBJO) Annual Congress 2014 in Moscow.


Congress of the World Jewellery Confederation (CIBJO) in Moscow, Russia, with (left to right): Willie Hamilton, CEO of The Company of Master Jewellers; Gay Penfold, Manager, Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre; Professor Marylyn Carrigan; Vivien Johnston, ethical jewellery maker; Nigel Paxman, CEO of security firm Malca-Amit; Greg Valerio, Fairtrade Gold campaigner. 64 more words

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Hot Summer, Winter Ready

I can’t believe that Gyeongbokgung Palace will be snowfilled in December, Spring and Summer will soon pass and my next trip North East Asia will be in December. 175 more words


Eldre mennesker sitter inne i kokende hus

Kjenner du et eldre menneske som sitter inne alene? Få dem ut i frisk luft isteden for å sitte inne i et hus eller leilighet som har lite eller dårlig ventilasjon. 45 more words

Corporate Social Responsibility

How to measure responsibility in mining

The mining industry has global standards for operations, production and health and safety, but few, if any, exist for the nebulous zone of social and environmental responsibility. 252 more words


Ethical Fashion Forum Source Summit 2014 – People, Planet, Profit

People are ripe for something deeper…products that have stories of a personal and ethical connection that is smart and sexy.” –Sara Simmonds

I am so thrilled I was able to attend Source Summit 2014!

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The high cost of Employee Disengagement

We all have those days – some more than others – those days when work is the last place you want to be. Whenever this happens and you do happen to go to work, more often than not you’re unfocused, disinterested and/or liable to not do as much or as you usually would and as a result, to some extent, your work suffers. 745 more words