The Sustainability Institute has issued an annual report for 2017 (see link below) that gives an account of the amazing work that it does, and has done for nearly 20 years now. This is such an achievement in a world that regards innovation as the primary goal of change. Maybe there is a place for some things to just be repeated and repeated because what is achieved is so utterly remarkable and transformational.
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