Auckland businessman invests $450,000 in free lunches for Taita College students

Taita College students are being provided with free, healthy lunches as part of a programme that could one day be rolled out across New Zealand. Libelle Group, an Auckland-based school food and drink provider, is running a pilot programme providing sandwiches or a hot meal, fruit, muffin, yoghurt or milk at the Lower Hutt school. Principal Karen Morgan said the offer from chief executive Johannes Tietze was … Continue reading Auckland businessman invests $450,000 in free lunches for Taita College students

Transforming Lives and Lifestyles through Education and Green Economy in Mongolia.

Over the past years, Mongolia has experienced significant change. The country’s economy grew by 17% in 2011, and it has committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 14%, by 2030. More recently, Mongolia endorsed a green development vision for the country. Without a doubt, Mongolia has gained international visibility and far surpassed what might be … Continue reading Transforming Lives and Lifestyles through Education and Green Economy in Mongolia.

SDSN Switzerland Launches, Identifying SDG Catalysts

15 February 2018: The 25th Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) has been launched. SDSN Switzerland is based in Bern, and co-hosted by the Centre for Development and Environment of the University of Bern, and Biovision – Foundation for Ecological Development. SDSN Switzerland aims to provide an environment to discuss challenges faced by Switzerland in the … Continue reading SDSN Switzerland Launches, Identifying SDG Catalysts

Community Resources Network Scotland (CRNS)

CRNS describes their vision as a future where there is no waste, only resources. Where people, communities and the environment are valued and respected. CRNS's mission is to build a stronger community reuse, repair and recycling sector in Scotland that can create real social, environmental and economic benefit within our local communities. Their objective is to conserve and … Continue reading Community Resources Network Scotland (CRNS)