The revolution is already happening

Our system of commerce is naturally undergoing a wise degree of introspection.
Posted On 03 Dec 2013
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Moving Up the Food Chain

World poultry production, which grew slowly at first, accelerated, overtaking beef in 1997.
Posted On 02 Dec 2013
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China at Crossroads: Balancing The Economy and Environment

One thing is certain: China's leadership is now feeling intensifying public pressure to do something about the environment.
Posted On 28 Nov 2013
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Build in Canada Innovation Program Call for Proposals is Now Open

This fourth call for proposals includes a military component.
Posted On 22 Nov 2013
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Nestle first to sign supply chain code for fair practices

Its ultimate stated goal is to “… lead to a genuine culture change and benefit all players in the food supply chain.”
Posted On 22 Nov 2013
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Ontario to be first jurisdiction in North America to ban coal

A decade ago, coal-fired electricity made up 25 per cent of Ontario's energy needs, at a cost of $4.4 billion.
Posted On 21 Nov 2013
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To build a futureproof brand, build your global expert network

People are driven by resonant values, metaphors and the emotions these bring.
Posted On 18 Nov 2013
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The Pacific Coast Climate Agreement: West Coast Progress

By Guy Dauncey, BCSEA GLOBE-Net, November 15, 2013 At the end of October, Christy Clark, BC’s Premier, signed a high profile agreement with the Governors of Washington, Oregon and California in which the four leaders make a strong and clear commitment to lead national and...
Posted On 15 Nov 2013
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