Sunday 23rd October 2016                 Change text size:

Yesterday’s Headlines

Yesterday’s Headlines

Yesterday’s headlines included news that Polly Courtice, who founded the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, is set to be made a Dame and the International Festival of Business 2016 will play host to the GREAT British showcase of innovation, creativity and design. In other news, Friends of the Earth called on the public to support for World Meat Free Day, deaf adults will receive more support from Kent-based Action on Hearing Loss, and three more speakers were announced for this year’s World Canals Conference. In case you missed them, all of yesterday’s headlines are below.


Polly Courtice Honoured for Sustainability Services

Friends of the Earth Support World Meat Free Day

IFB2016 Hosts GREAT British Showcase of Innovation, Creativity and Design

Big Venture Challenge Winners Announced

EU Paris Agreement Proposal Published Ahead of Schedule

Iceland Project Could Be Carbon Capture Storage Solution

Deaf Adults to Receive More Support from Action on Hearing Loss

WWF Research Complex Green Bond Market

Bristol City Council Backs Community Energy Projects

Michelin Group Announce Zero Deforestation Commitment

Trio of Speakers Join World Canals Conference Line-Up

IEMA Announce Sustainability Support for Members

Solar Farm Pledge £125,000 to Midlands Air Ambulance

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