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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
14 JULY 2012

70 creative street marketing campaigns

"Même si la publicité commence à être contestée (les anti–pubs, les propos sur la suppression de la pub sur les chaînes publiques…) , elle reste un excellent média de communication, surtout si elle est bien intégrée à notre environnement urbain ! ... En voici la preuve en images avec 70 publicités à la fois drôles et créatives !"

(Conseils Marketing, 6 April 2008)

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ad spaceadvertisingadvertising campaignadvertising conceptsadvertising in public spacescreative advertising • direct contact with customers • emotional experience • emotional responseemotive manipulationethical consequencesethical issuesethics • Father Bob Maguire Foundation • marketing campaign • memorable brand experience • OTTO (magazine) • paper towel dispenser • public places • public spacesex in advertisingstreet furniturestreet marketingstreetssustainabilitysustainable consumptiontangible advertising media • towel dispenser • urban environmentvisual communicationvisual punWorld Wide Fund For NatureWWF

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Simon Perkins
19 MAY 2010

Ecosia: eco-friendly Internet search engine

"Ecosia is an eco–friendly Internet search engine backed by Yahoo, Bing and the World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF). It basically works like any other search engine but, unlike others, Ecosia gives at least 80% of its advertising revenue to a rainforest protection programme run by the WWF.

Because of this, Ecosia users can save about two square metres of rainforest with every search they do – without paying anything. Furthermore, all Ecosia servers run on green electricity, so they do not cause any CO2 emissions. By using Ecosia, you can turn your web searches green."

(Ecosia)

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advertising revenue • Bing • CO2CO2 emissionsconsumptionecoeco-friendly • Ecosia • ethicsGermanygreen • green electricity • Internetrainforestrainforest protectionresponsibilitysearchsearch enginesustainabilitytechnology • web searches • World Wide Fund For NatureWWFYahoo!

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Simon Perkins
10 OCTOBER 2009

Network on Indigenous peoples, Gender and Natural Resource Management

"IGNARM, Network on Indigenous peoples, Gender and Natural Resource Management, shares, explores and strengthens the participating organizations' experiences and knowledge within the field emerging at the intersection between indigenous peoples, gender and natural resource management. The network is formed by five Danish organizations–WWF–Denmark, IWGIA, KULU–Women and Development, Nepenthes and DIIS."
(IGNARM)

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consumptionDanishDenmark • DIIS • gender • Gender and Natural Resource Management • IGNARM • IndigenousIWGIA • KULU • management • natural resource • network • Network on Indigenous peoples • sustainabilityWWF

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Simon Perkins
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