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Guardian Sustainable Business: Making water from air

Advertising is everywhere. Some people enjoy it; others find it an insidious attempt by brands to brainwash us into consuming more.
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Guardian Sustainable Business: How Levi’s is turning plastic into fashion

“These jeans are made of garbage,” the clothing tag on a pair of Levi’s WasteLess denims proudly proclaims.
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Guardian Sustainable Business: Co-operation is crucial to combat water scarcity

Today is World Water Day, and with 2013 declared the international year of water cooperation by the UN, focus on this vulnerable resource is more intense than ever.
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2Degrees Network: Can SMES do great things on small budgets?

While huge companies dominate business media coverage, it is SMEs that make up a majority of the global business sector.
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2Degrees Network: If Willy Wonka did paper recycling…

If Willy Wonka did paper recycling, he’d probably build something like the Steinbeis mill.
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2Degrees Network: London to become smart city centre

Anyone who visited the Excel Centre to watch Olympic and Paralympic events via the Emirates Air Line cable cars would have noticed a new, sleek futuristic building beneath them as they swept over the Thames to alight on its northern bank. Read more »

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Times supplement: Cutting carbon boosts bottom line

For some companies, creating and implementing a low-carbon strategy comes under the bracket of a nice-to-have rather than a must-have. Read more »

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Times supplement: Crunch time for carbon reporting

The argument over whether companies should be made to report on their environmental performance or not has been rumbling on between business and government, one way and another, for more than a decade. Read more »

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Times supplement: Carbon and the recession

In the UK, large-scale investment needed to upgrade and develop energy infrastructure by 2020 is estimated at £110 billion by the government, and in the region of £450 billion by Ernst & Young. Read more »

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Times supplement: Empowering cities to survive

The sprawling, inefficient cities in which we live and work are not fit for purpose, and need a radical overhaul. Read more »

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