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Plan A because there is no Plan B

In 2007, UK retailer Marks & Spencer launched a sustainability plan—a plan Jonathon Porritt called a “new benchmark” for major retailers. Plan A (“because there is no Plan B”) is a hundred point plan for the company, its suppliers, and its customers. In a nutshell, it sets out 100 commitments ... keep reading

Written by The Next Plays in October 2010, about Accreditation, Agriculture & Food, Branding, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Corporate Social Responsibility, Economics, Emissions, Sustainability (3 comments)

One company's waste is another company's treasure

‘Industrial symbiosis’ is a term used to describe a group of businesses that use each other’s residuals (waste and by-products) as 
raw materials. The guiding philosophy is that cooperation generates better results and provides opportunities for companies to increase production without necessarily consuming more energy, water and raw materials ... keep reading

Written by The Next Plays in September 2010, about Air Quality, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Corporate Social Responsibility, Economics, Emissions, Industry & Business, Sustainability (6 comments)

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