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B Corp Month 2021 Interview - Jamie Crummie from Too Good To Go

B Corp Month 2021 Interview – Jamie Crummie from Too Good To Go

Green Elephant Sustainability Show
B Corp Month 2021 Interview - Jamie Crummie from Too Good To Go
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Hello and welcome to our special series of Green Elephant interviews during March 2021, supporting the annual B Corps month. B Corporations, or B Corps for short, are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose

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B Corp Month 2021 Interview - Andy Stephens from COOK

B Corp Month 2021 Interview – Andy Stephens from COOK

Green Elephant Sustainability Show
B Corp Month 2021 Interview - Andy Stephens from COOK
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Hello and welcome to our special series of Green Elephant interviews during March 2021, supporting the annual B Corps month. B Corporations, or B Corps for short, are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose

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Skittles red dye

Skittles red dye

For centuries dyes have been made from all sorts of natural materials. More recently synthetic alternatives have become more common. But how about Skittles? Is the red dye still made from crushed beetles? Or did we make that up?

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B Corp Month 2021 Interview - Ros Heathcote from Borough Broth Company

B Corp Month 2021 Interview – Ros Heathcote from Borough Broth Company

Green Elephant Sustainability Show
B Corp Month 2021 Interview - Ros Heathcote from Borough Broth Company
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Hello and welcome to our special series of Green Elephant interviews during March 2021, supporting the annual B Corps month. B Corporations, or B Corps for short, are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose

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Green Elephant Show Sustainability News No 17

Sustainability News 30th September

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Sustainability News 30th September
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The latest sustainability news, fun, facts and reviews from the Green Elephant for 30th September 2020. Top stories: 01:05 – World leaders commit to Earth’s recovery 04:30 – Key Takeaways From Climate Week 2020 34:23 – Tesco sets 300% sales target for plant-based alternatives to meat 37:05 – Flooding leaves

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Green Elephant Show 005 Coronavirus Normality

005 Coronavirus Normality? What’s normal?

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005 Coronavirus Normality? What's normal?
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Overview It is strange times in which we’re all living. None of us has ever experienced anything like this “Coronavirus normality”. This time we discuss the things that have changed, what will continue to be different and what we can learn from this new normal. Take away actions Think smarter

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Supermarket sustainability heroes or villains

004 Supermarket sustainability, Heroes or villains?

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004 Supermarket sustainability, Heroes or villains?
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Overview The last 50 years have seen a fundamental shift in the way we all shop for groceries. We used to go to the bakers, the butchers, the grocers, the chemists and the newsagents but instead we now go to Tesco, Aldi, Lidl, Sainbury’s Walmart, Carrefour and Yonghui! In this

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Expensive fresh food

Poorest households spend 74% to eat well

The poorest 10% of UK households would need to spend 74% of their disposable income on food to meet the Eatwell Guide costs – the Government’s official healthy eating guide Source: https://foodfoundation.org.uk/publication/the-broken-plate-report/

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