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NZBCSD - Sustain Newsletter Now Out

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http://www.nzbcsd.org.nz/newsletter/newsletter.asp?id=114

CONTENTS

1. WBCSD Insights on the business case for sustainable development
2. Find more in less time on the WBCSD's sustainable development reporting portal
3. Comprehensive web site of company sustainable development reports now online
4. SPEAKER NEEDED - For "benefits of sustainable business" talk in Dunedin
5. Toyota launches Prius in NZ - super efficient hybrid car
6. JAPAN: Hybrids Can Be Cheap to Make, Toyota Says
7. Your Chance to Influence How Corporate Governance Reflects Stakeholder Interests
8. NZBCSD Companies Profiled in Ethical Investor Magazine article "Investing in Culture - The 4th Bottom Line"
9. Business Waste Exchange Program diverts over 10,000 cubic meters from landfill
10. Free Business Seminar and Workshop - "Efficient Resource Use…The Key to Profitability" - A Practical Toolkit for SME’s
11. Sustainable behaviour change workshops
12. Sustainable behaviour change workshops
13. Anew NZ Event - What is a Vision for Leadership that creates unity within New Zealand?
14. Japan’s Ricoh to offset all CO2 Emissions by 2010 via reforestation report
15. Dow, GM, and Johnson & Johnson Lead the Charge to Green Power
16. USA: Office Depot to boost green checks on suppliers - particularly for sustainable forestry
17. End to forest certification "conflicts" proposed
18. Winds of change blow through forestry
19. Mean, Green New Zealand
20. Oil and gas running out much faster than expected, study says

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http://www.nzbcsd.org.nz/newsletter/newsletter.asp?id=114

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