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2015 will be the year brands take a public stand on social issues

The Guardian | Jonah Sachs | January 2, 2015 Pro-social brands are the next step for companies looking to morally engage with consumers. Driven by marketers who are moving beyond claims of sustainability and into strong stands on relevant social issues, this trend picked up momentum in 2014. It will be positively explosive in 2015. [...]

Pasture genebank established

Federal Department of Agriculture |2 December 2014 South Australia is set to secure Australia’s rich pastoral heritage and ensure future farming success as the host of the Australian Pastures Genebank. Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, said the genebank would be located at the Plant Research Centre at Waite Campus, and would preserve more than 70,000 [...]

2019-02-07T13:59:01+10:30December 3rd, 2014|Land management, Sustainability|0 Comments

Saving the planet from desertification

Tuesday, 29 April 2014  IWTO Conference in South Africa Tear up rule book, Savory tells wool sector (Headline from EcoTextile News)    Alan Savory Capetown – April 29, 2014 Only properly managed livestock will save the planet from the devastating effects of desertification – that was the message of keynote [...]

Wool’s Green Credentials

Rural Press | The Land | DANNIKA BONSER   16 September 2013 INTERNATIONAL Wool Textile Organisation president Peter Ackroyd has updated the Australian industry on the Campaign For Wool, a cross-industry initiative set in motion by Prince Charles in 2010. Since becoming president of the IWTO two years ago, Mr Ackroyd said he had made it [...]

2019-02-07T13:59:02+10:30September 16th, 2013|Retail - Demand Side, Sustainability|0 Comments