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UPCYCLING – A key component in future economic development?

2018 has been a year flooded with disastrous news on climate change and environmentaldegradation. As we approach the 24th global IPCC meeting arranged in Katowice, Poland, in december of 2018, a major challenge is finding ways to implement a new economic system that aligns with the environmental targets agreed on during the Paris Agreement in…
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LIFE ON BIKE: SUSTAINABILITY GOALS IN SMALL BUSINESS

How do you put the SDGs into action as a small enterprise? Written by guest blogger Tina Baltzer, owner of Lifesparkz Bike Tours. She is also the owner of Lifesparkz Consult – sustainable business, that focuses on UN’s 17 SDGs. When the UN launched the 17 Sustainable Development Goals back in 2015, it seemed to…
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Your words matter – how big organizations accidentally hinder sustainable change

Yesterday while scrolling through my LinkedIn feed, I came across the following article  from the World Economic Forum about SDG communication. 90% of plastic polluting our oceans comes from just 10 rivers Written by guest blogger Mona Jensen. Mona is a content- and copywriter specialized in behavioral change. She works with companies that promote sustainability…
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Social Media and behavioral change – saving time, money and cutting the bulls***

In this post, you’ll get hands-on examples of how to use social media in SDGs for quick and dirty behavioral change campaigns. One of them took me 10 minutes to make and saved my workplace 2-4 weeks of work, and thousands of dollars. In my day job, I convert recycling advice and environmental information into…
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Just the tip – How recycling and other low impact actions open big doors for important change

Written by guest blogger Mona Jensen. Mona is a content- and copywriter specialized in behavioral change. She works with companies that promote sustainability and a greener way of life. Read more at somethinggreen.org.  This article is a focused on plastic recycling in  SDG 12.  A few posts ago, I wrote about how I sometimes felt…
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SDG 4: Quality education

What is the purpose of SDG 4 This SDG 4 ensures that all girls and boys complete free primary and secondary schooling by 2030. Reasons to work with SDG 4 Achieving quality education is believed to be one of the most powerful and proven vehicles for sustainable development. In Western Asia and North Africa, the…
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SDG 15: Life on Land

What is the purpose of SDG 15 SDG 15 is about protecting, restoring and promoting sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems. Sustainably manage forests, combat desertification. Halt and reverse land degradation and stop biodiversity loss. These goals are vital for human and species existence. Therefore, SDG 15 is aiming to highlight that it is not enough…
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SDG 2: Zero Hunger

What is the purpose of SDG 2 SDG 2’s purpose is to end all forms of hunger and malnutrition by 2030. Reason for working with SDG 2 As of 2014, 795 million people were estimated to be chronically undernourished. Often this is a direct consequence of environmental degradation, drought, and loss of biodiversity. How are…
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SDG 13: Climate Action

What is the purpose of SDG 13 Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. Reasons for working with SDG 13 Global warming continues to break annual records, with the strongest storms, hottest year, longest drought and more. The arctic ice is melting at an alarming rate, and the global average sea level…
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SDG 10: Reduced inequalities

What is the purpose of SDG 10 ? The goal of SDG 10 is to reduce inequality within and among countries. Reasons to work with SDG 10 As global income inequality continues to rise, there is no naturally occurring end in sight. The wealthiest 10 percent of the global population are earning up to 40…
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