Monthly Archives: July 2011

% Sustainably Produced Commodities, no reason to be optimistic…

pdf ssi_sustainability_review_2010 by Jason Potts (Head, Sustainable Markets and Responsible Trade Program at International Institute for Sustainable Development) Banana 2009 Sustainable banana sales: 3,480,565 metric tons. This accounted for approximately 20 percent of world exports. ssi_sustainability_review_2010.pdf Fairtrade RnfrstAlliance Organic Cocoa 2009 sustainable … Continue reading

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Shogging?

I thought my blogs were too short to call them blogs, so I called them shogs… Then I looked in the dictionary and I found some strange words: Sharing the shower with another and they are hogging all the space … Continue reading

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Best Buy does it’s best!

Yesterday Best Buy organized a webinar to discuss it’s sustainability efforts. It was fun. Four people behind the table discussing what was going on and in the mean time you could post your questions via Twitter. Which I did, and … Continue reading

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