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Momentum International Partnership
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sustainable development and corporate social responsibility consultancy
sustainable development and corporate social responsibility consultancy

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The #Oceans Are Drowning In #Plastic -- And No One's Paying Attention http://ow.ly/s6jM30cdPYP HuffPost Australia

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Helping struggling ecosystems thrive amidst the changing underwater climate - by turning your loved ones into a blossoming coral reef under the sea - interesting! http://ow.ly/OQ3630cdPNS

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Coal mining is a water intensive industry and can impact the integrity of aquifers. http://galileebasin.org/the-issues/water/ http://ow.ly/ZS2930cdPBo

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Excessive production of products we don't need, which are then swiftly discarded sums up our society. Sustainable development is what we should be practising for a better future.
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The ecological health of the great barrier reef continues to decline because of climate change induced warmer temperatures of our oceans. We are greatly concerned about the proposed Adani Carmichael Coal Mine and what it will mean for our beloved barrier reef and the Galilee Basin. http://galileebasin.org/

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It's good to be aware of the toxins in every day products, check out the fabric softener, sure your clothes smell nice but what else is that fragrance doing to you and the environment? http://ow.ly/Bz0n30cdOUV

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The planet's growing population is leading to larger than ever mountains of food waste. 1.3 billion tons of food is discarded each year, while an estimated 795 million people are undernourished - doesn't make sense does it? Here are just a few ideas of how to prevent food waste. http://ow.ly/1xkd30cdOHA

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#Coal #mining is a water intensive industry and can impact the integrity of aquifers. http://ow.ly/v9ZL30cdOC6

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This woman, realising how bad the homeless situation is in Melbourne, went and bought 4 houses to accommodate those experiencing homelessness either on a short transitional type model or long-term for those seeking a permanent home - we love this! http://ow.ly/SOki30cdOuk

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#NCDFREE - Millennials are using technology to make non-communicable diseases a thing of the past and they're reaching a huge audience http://ow.ly/NfGV30cdOkg
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