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Sustainable people The three rules of ecological economics Why global development's agenda can't be peace Argentina demands equity from mining concessions People,Planet, Profit and Spirit


About Sustainability Review Sustainability Review is a new generation electronic magazine which brings international news, views and resources on a weekly basis. Impatient with the slow pace of change the magazine is unafraid of being critical, yet it takes great pleasure in reporting real and substantial progress. Items are presented in four separate sections: Business & Economics, Consumer & Social, Politics & Law and Human & Indigenous Rights and aach item split into three parts: a brief summary, an editorial comment, and a link back to the original source. Further discussion of these sections can be found in What Is Sustainability?

About Sustainability Review's Community One foundations of Sustainability Review is a deep cynicism about how much of the news agenda is shaped not to inform the public but to promote the interests of businessmen and poiticians. To try and remedy this, Sustaniability Review is avowedly "for the people" and recognises its subscribers are its most important constituency. This is shown in two ways: first of all subscribers are directly involved in setting the the editorial news agenda, and secondly through provision of a community home to facilitate the free discussion of individual news stories. In addition the magazine carries no advertising, which will only be changed after consultation with the community.

Why subscribe to Sustainability Review? Sustainability Review is aimed at those who understand the need for a sustainable future and who wish to add breadth and depth to their knowledge and understanding of the issues involved. Subscription to Sustainability Review brings the following benefits: • free special editions; • Sustainability Review delivered weekly to your mailbox (PDF, Kindle and Issuu editions); • participation in setting the editorial agenda. In the future it will also include access to a subscibers­only area for discussion of individual news stories. ... and it's free!


Editor: Chris Milton Publisher: Little Green Pamphlets Contact: sustainabilityreview@britesprite.co.uk

Table of Contents


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THE THREE RULES OF ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS

Business & Economics


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BANKS ALWAYS IGNORE THE SPIRIT OF THE LAW

Business & Economics


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IN BRIEF...

Business & Economics


CIRCULAR ECONOMY COULD SAVE $700 BN

Business & Economics

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WHY GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT' S AGENDA CAN' T BE PEACE

Consumer & Society


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ARE WESTERN

CONSUMERS REALLY CONDEMNING BOLIVIA' S FARMERS TO HUNGER?

Consumer & Society


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HOW SUPERMARKET

PRICES HARM FARMERS

Consumer & Society


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IN BRIEF...

Consumer & Society


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ARGENTINA DEMANDS EQUITY FROM MINING CONCESSIONS

Politics & Law


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ARRESTS OF LAND RIGHTS ACTIVISTS DOUBLED IN 2012

Politics & Law


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COURT RULES SHELL RESPONSIBLE FOR NIGERIAN OIL SPILLS

Politics & Law


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IN BRIEF...

Politics & Law


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PEOPLE, PLANET, PROFIT AND SPIRIT

Human & Indigenous Rights


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ARE BLACKS ARE MORE GIVING?

Human & Indigenous Rights


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AUSTRALIA' S LOST GENERATION

Human & Indigenous Rights


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IN BRIEF...

Human & Indigenous Rights


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SUSTAINABLE PEOPLE

Editorial


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PICTURE CREDITS


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BAN ASPARTAME IN THE UK

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