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This week’s reading, writing and links

March 21st, 2014 | Posted by Claire Sommer in Green Communications

Cheers to Anna at 5 Gyres for an inspiring conversation about clean healthy water for all.

Whoa. Important read. Contrarians bully journal into retracting a climate psychology paper http://t.co/PXkslqI7iU

Agenda 21 Watch: Texas town votes to remove “sustainable” from Earth Day Proclamation http://t.co/rJOY0H6OlN

Acknowledging a problem is the first step to fixing it: Exxon Mobil will report on its  climate carbon bubble risks http://t.co/URaxsngFzL

INTRIGUING thoughts on metrics, complexity & systems thinking: http://t.co/t03uy6qqyv

Here’s how a simple, effective Letter to the Editor works: debunk Agenda 21 fears & focusing on real policy issues http://t.co/WMdAsbDKA6

Great headline: “Climate Scientists declare, ‘We are the 97%'” http://t.co/mvkHjqh2qP

Med, small & tiny companies inspiration! 92 Businesses Honored as ‘Best for the World’ http://t.co/0OupaXTWZs

Well-researched Feb. 27 take on the CVS Effect: http://t.co/icfCYmBRWC

Sneak peek from Business Alliance for the Future Inclusion Manifesto draft. http://t.co/TehWmMAPt6

My Amazon review of Andrew Winston’s The Big Pivot: Little-better isn’t going to cut it. Nor will less-than-last-year.  http://t.co/i7gzH2FV2W

Water waste in Las Vegas: painful example of “less bad” does not equal good. http://t.co/wMw4FlVgzv

+1 for “Sharper, Clearer and more Accessible” climate communications: Scientists Sound Alarm on Climate http://t.co/Be9AUcQUS5

The CVS Effect: States urge big retailers, supermarkets to stop selling tobacco http://t.co/nPXG8NL47d

The CVS Effect: More than 2/3 of U.S. state’s attorneys general urge retailers to dump tobacco http://t.co/UovQ2G8u0m

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