How brands rebuild trust through authentic action

March 31, 2017 by  
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Public trust is at an all-time low, according to the 2017 Edelman Trust Barometer, but business might be the key to rebuilding faith in the system.

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Why cutting food waste soon could get easier

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Proposed new legislation would make it simpler for restaurants and food service companies to donate excess edible food.

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AB InBev brews up 100 percent renewable energy order

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Beer brewing giant responds to investor calls by committing to sourcing 100 percent of its power from renewables.

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MODU’s Outdoor Room Pavilion Doubles as a Barometer for Beijing’s Air Pollution

November 28, 2013 by  
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Read the rest of MODU’s Outdoor Room Pavilion Doubles as a Barometer for Beijing’s Air Pollution Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: air pollution , Beijing pollution , Beijing smog , China International Architecture Biennial , fabric panels , MODU , olympic observation tower , olympic park , outdoor room        

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UK Government Makes £90,000 Porsche Eligible for a Low-Carbon Grant

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How would you feel if your tax dollars were going to fund a £5,000 discount on a Porsche for the wealthy? UK citizens will now be able to receive a break on their £89,900 Panamera S E-Hybrid thanks to decision by the Department for Transport . The subsidy, which was introduced in 2011 and designed to give incentives to purchase low-emission vehicles , now includes the luxury car alongside much more affordable models. Read the rest of UK Government Makes £90,000 Porsche Eligible for a Low-Carbon Grant Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bmw i3 , carbon emissions , department for transport , hybrid vehicle , low carbon grant , luxury car , Nissan Leaf , plug-in vehicle , porsche panamera s e-hybrid , The Guardian , UK government        

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Turtle-Inspired Robot Helps Archaeologists Explore Shipwrecks

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The U-CAT, an adorable turtle-shaped robot designed to explore underwater wrecks , debuts today in the Robot Safari exhibit at the London Science Museum. The robot has been specially designed to maneuver the same way sea turtles do, using four independently-driven flippers to swim, turn in place, and hover. The robot is equipped with an onboard camera that will allow researchers to reconstruct underwater sites based on the video footage. Read the rest of Turtle-Inspired Robot Helps Archaeologists Explore Shipwrecks Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: archaeology , EU ARROWS project , robot safari , shipwreck exploration , shipwrecks , turtle robot , u-cat robot , underwater archaeology , underwater robot        

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