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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 Sustainability News No 16

Sustainability News 24th September

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Sustainability News 24th September
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The latest sustainability news, fun, facts and reviews from the Green Elephant for 24th September 2020. Top stories: 01:17 – Coronavirus: Ministers balance science and politics in latest rules 42:20 – Climate Change: Is the movement diverse enough? 45:48 – Australia whale stranding: 470 animals now beached in Tasmania record

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Green Elephant News 6th August 2020

Sustainability News 7th August

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Sustainability News 7th August
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The latest sustainability news from the Green Elephant for 7th August 2020. Top stories: Turning ‘apathetic people into climate activists’ Ban ads for polluting large cars, report says Europe Leads North America in Implementing Sustainability and CO2 Reduction Measures Can a Cup of Coffee Change the World? Company news: The

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Green Elephant News 31st July 2020

Sustainability News 31st July

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Sustainability News 31st July
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The latest sustainability news from the Green Elephant for 31st July 2020. Top stories: Climate stories on social media – can they be believed? Nepals plans to turn fog into filtered water Plastic waste flows into the ocean set to triple by 2040 – is this as bad as it

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Green Elephant News 24th July 2020

Sustainability News 24th July

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Sustainability News 24th July
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The latest sustainability news from the Green Elephant for 24th July 2020. Top stories: The entire world’s carbon emissions will finally be trackable in real time Reviews of hundreds of studies show that a growing number of chemicals—in pesticides, flame retardants, and certain plastics—are linked to widespread health problems, including

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