The circular economy is at an inflection point

September 28, 2017 by  
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Getting there requires walking the fine line between risk and opportunity.

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A free man in Paris: Reflections on a week at COP21

December 12, 2015 by  
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What an emotionally combustible mix for me.First, the chance to be in the city where the fate of the planet is being discussed. Okay, so I wasn’t rubbing elbows with Lauren Fabius, Narendra Modi and Todd Stern negotiating the fine print of the COP21 accord. But to be in Paris along with 40,000 others dedicated to coming up with an agreement the save the planet, was stimulating.

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Japanese Restaurant Fines Diners For Not Finishing Their Meals

February 19, 2013 by  
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Thought your mom was harsh about finishing your meal ? At least she didn’t charge you for leaving food on your plate. The Hachikyo seafood restaurant in Sapporo, Japan will fine diners for not eating every last morsel of tsukko meshi,  a dish that consists of a mountain of salmon roe piled on top of a bed of rice. At around $20 USD, an extra fee might seem ridiculous, but there is a reason for such a penalty. Read the rest of Japanese Restaurant Fines Diners For Not Finishing Their Meals Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: donation , fine , fishermen , hachikiyo , Japan , penalty , rice , salmon roe , Sapporo , seafood , tsukko mehsi

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