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1.7 Blue Marbles- Earth Overshoot Day 2017

1.7 Blue Marbles- Earth Overshoot Day 2017

On December 7th 1972, NASA’s Apollo 17 crew took photograph AS17-148-22727. Better known as the Blue Marble, the photograph was the first of the Earth where both the south polar ice cap and African coastline… Read More

The next steps for food waste in England

The next steps for food waste in England

Anthesis’ Dr Julian Parfitt recently contributed to a panel discussion on the ‘Next steps for the new Parliament’ to debate the eighth report on ‘Food Waste in England’ from the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs… Read More

Peak reporting? Five messages from the front line

Peak reporting? Five messages from the front line

Is the future of sustainability reporting just a relentless treadmill of rising stakeholder expectations, more demanding frameworks, more transparency and more investment? Or are we approaching an inflexion point, where the mismatch between all these requirements… Read More

The practical economics of healthy ecosystems

The practical economics of healthy ecosystems

Companies, particularly those in the food and drink industries, rely on natural resources to operate. However, do they understand the true cost and benefits of healthy ecosystems to their businesses? Working with BITC, Anthesis explored… Read More

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