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Reimagine Sustainability : moving beyond tick-box compliance

The only thing sustainable about the brutal reality of the  normative paradigm of sustainability is the ‘green’ colour of cash sadly rather than the altruism of this -ism. 419 more words

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Biodiversity Legislation Review for NSW Farmers' Association

Evidentiary assisted NSW Farmers’ Association with their submission to the Biodiversity Legislation Review. We conducted a rapid literature review around key questions of concern for the association regarding the Native Vegetation Act 2003. 242 more words

Social Impact Calculator

This week on TBLHub we are covering tools that provide critical data demonstrating the value of investing in multi-benefit initiatives.  These tools help to gauge the return on investment from investing in affordable housing, education, alternative energy, transit oriented development, food systems and green infrastructure. 102 more words

Triple Bottom Line

What is the Triple Bottom Line in Business?

The triple bottom line is an evolved concept of how executive company officials make decisions.

The old bottom line use to be profits. It worked in the benefit of one primary stakeholder, the shareholders who invested monetarily into the company. 108 more words

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Little Tokyo Cultural EcoDistrict

Impacted communities face a multitude of challenges that makes it difficult for them to thrive.  Issues like heavy pollution, lack of economic opportunity, violence, lack of access to healthy food, barriers to civic engagement, and poor education to name a few.   302 more words

Green Infrastructure

TNT Eco-Innovation District

Impacted communities face a multitude of challenges that makes it difficult for them to thrive.  Issues like heavy pollution, lack of economic opportunity, violence, lack of access to healthy food, barriers to civic engagement, and poor education to name a few.   381 more words

Green Infrastructure

Local Harvest Supper: Nothing To See Here, Folks

Eat the best food in Central Maine this THURSDAY NIGHT | November 6th | 5:30PM | First Universalist Church of Pittsfield on Easy Street

Suggested donation: $9 adults | $4 children 12 and under. 1,180 more words

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