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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

March 18, 2014
  • Official prophecy of doom: Global warming will cause widespread conflict, displace millions of people and devastate the global economy
  • EU plans to standardise mobile phone chargers to crack down on waste
  • Global fishing bloc signs accord to address dwindling fish stocks
  • Commuters given walk-on part in Pavegen energy trial
  • Start-up spins sour milk into textiles
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

March 17, 2014
  • Report: responsible investment ‘increasingly important feature’ across EU
  • Primark to pay £6m more to victims of Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh
  • Rainforest Alliance reinstates IKEA's FSC certification
  • Malaysian plane disappearance puts spotlight on polluted seas
  • UK 'lagging behind' on water technology innovation
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

March 12, 2014
  • Body Shop removes all products from Chinese duty free stores
  • Climate Chief warns battle to curb warming is becoming harder
  • Biomass to power thousands of Cornish homes
  • Audi’s traffic light technology has potential to cut CO2 emissions
  • New partnership to brighten cities and improve mobile broadband connectivity
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

March 07, 2014
  • Global companies ranked on palm oil commitments
  • China-US climate cooperation raises hopes for global deal according to UN
  • Climate change could mean more malaria in Africa
  • Sweden suspends aid to Uganda over anti-gay law
  • UK and China seal £20 million clean tech deal
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 21, 2014
  • Denmark commits to setting carbon targets every five years
  • European Commission launches legal action against Britain over deadly air pollution
  • Olympic sponsors’ social media “buzz” dominated by gay rights issues
  • Google’s mapping power harnessed to combat global deforestation
  • Older workers feel bias from employers
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 12, 2014
  • Jewellers and retailers commit to ‘No dirty gold’ campaign
  • Plans to protect World Cup workers unveiled
  • Tata urged to give tea plantation workers way out of share scheme
  • Buenos Aires honoured for sustainable transport improvements
  • Chinese vanishing ink could see need for mountains of paper disappear
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 05, 2014
  • IKEA more than doubles use of sustainable cotton in products
  • Fair Trade Schools to launch in US
  • Call for UK bank staff to sign up for code of conduct
  • Palau bans commercial fishing in favour of tourism and conservation
  • Smartphone game aims to aid cancer cure
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

January 23, 2014
  • Rexam and Carlsberg team up in new sustainability initiative
  • Unilever joins Ellen MacArthur Foundation as a Global Partner
  • Japan ponders quotas for women in politics
  • Pensions opt out should be scrapped
  • UK government confirms that lottery consultation will go ahead
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

January 17, 2014
  • Water security now ranks as one of the greatest risks to civilisation
  • Proportion of women on FTSE 100 boards tops 20 percent
  • Britain tops table of worst climate change offenders
  • BP study predicts greenhouse emissions will rise almost a third by 2020
  • Google unveils smart contact lens
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Daily Media Briefing 17th December

Daily Media Briefing 17th December

December 17, 2013 Transparency International releases 2013 Corruption Perceptions Index; GSK to stop paying doctors to promote drugs; £1.3bn invested in UK clean energy infrastructure in 2013; First female head of Lloyd’s of London pledges diversity drive; Plastic bottle waste used to help fight MRSA Read more >