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24 DECEMBER 2013

Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil: transforming markets to make sustainable palm oil the norm

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Africa • animal fat • Asia-Pacific • better management practices • biodiversity • biofuel • Caribbean • confectionary • cooking oil • cosmeticscritical habitatdeforestationdestructive practicesdetergent • edible oils • elephantendangered speciesenvironmental challengesethical consumption • feeding the planet • foodfood ingredientfood productionforest-dwelling peoplesglobal challenge • global oil production • GreenPalm • Greenpeace • habitat • herbicide • ice-cream • Indonesia • industrial lubricant • intensive agricultureLatin America • lipstick • MalaysiamargarinemonocultureNGONigeriaoil • oil palm tree • oil producing plant • orangutan • Oxfam • palm fruit • palm oil • palm oil industry • palm oil production • pesticideplant oil • plantation • rainforest • Rainforest Alliance • rainforest protection • rapeseed oil • rhino • Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) • RSPO • shampoo • smallholders • soapSoutheast Asia • soya oil • sunflower oil • sustainabilitysustainable agriculturesustainable production practicestigertropical forestvegetable oilwaxWWF

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Simon Perkins
09 MAY 2011

How Unilever, Coke and the Mini car got it so wrong

"Even the biggest businesses can make big mistakes – and when they do, the result can be a commercial calamity. Companies are constantly striving to improve their products and turn a profit. But changing an existing product can go horribly wrong, leaving customers in revolt and companies in crisis. Mishandled marketing and bungling public relations can make the slickest of businesses look incompetent. And the costs both financially and to reputation can be enormous. Persil, Coca–Cola and the British Motor Corporation have provided some of the most extreme examples as Evan Davis has been finding out for a new BBC Two series."

(BBC News, 8 May 2011)

Business Nightmares with Evan Davis – Doomed Designs will be on BBC Two at 20:00 BST on Monday 9 May 2011

Fig.1 '2009 Mini Cooper Turns Fifty and is Younger than Ever', picture 09ELG550925430AC

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195919851990s1994BBC • best-selling • blind taste test • BMC • British Motor Corporation • businesscarcelebrity endorsementCoca-Colacommodity • companies in crisis • customer revolt • customersenterprise • Evan Davis • failure • garmentinnovationJohn Lennon • low price • loyaltymarket dominancemarket leadermarket researchmarketing • Mini (car) • new and improved • New Generation Persil • original formula • original recipe • Pepsi • Pepsi Challenge • Persil • Persil Power • Peter SellersPolaroidpriceProcter and Gambleproductproduct change • product formula • profitpublic relationssoap • soft drink • Spike Milligan • stain • taste (sociology)UKUnilever • washing powder • waste

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Simon Perkins
15 JUNE 2009

U.S. National Library of Medicine: Chinese Public Health Poster Collection

"The NLM does not own the copyright to the Chinese Public Health Poster Collection located on http://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/chineseposters/index.html , nor do we require that users get permission from the library to use the images. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine and satisfy copyright or other use restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing images from this collection."
(U.S. National Library of Medicine)

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1950schildChinesecommunitydidactic methodeducationhealth • hygiene • illustrationinformationinstructional designmedicine • National Library of Medicine (USA) • NLM • Peoples Republic of China • personal hygiene • posterposter illustrationpublic health campaignpublic information • public information poster • soapsocial changesocietyvintage • washing

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Simon Perkins
25 FEBRUARY 2006

Port Sunlight: A Model Village

"Influential model village named after the soap whose fortunes it was based on. Built round the Lever Bros. factory that was moved from Bolton to a marshy site on the south side of the Mersey in 1888. ... 30 different architects created a variety of picturesque & romantic stlye houses. Also a grand boulevard and art gallery along with schools, hospital, gym, social clubs, church and theatre. The village like its contemporary at Bournville was a model for the Garden City & Suburbs movement with W.H.Lever (later Lord Leverhulme.) being a key member of the Garden Cities Association. Also developed model housing on company estates in the Congo and attempted to revive the fishing industry on the Scottish island of Lewis & Harris. Port Sunlight is now a conservation area."
(Chris Coates)

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1888 • Bournville • Cadbury • communityfactoryhouse • Lever • Mersey • model villagephilanthropy • Port Sunlight • Quaker • soaputopiavillage
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