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Victoria Hurth
Working for a world where businesses flourish by serving society's long-term (sustainable) wellbeing
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Victoria Hurth 17h
Is this nature's way of controlling its big hitters? Seriously though - this is almost up with WWF's 'humanity has wiped out 60% of animals since 1970 in terms of alarming: "Sperm counts among western men have halved in last 40 years"
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Victoria Hurth 20h
The elevator pitch - to the people that need to hear it - that we have been long waiting for. Keep going - you could yet cause the cultural narrative tipping point we so desperately need. A tsunami of humans is behind you.
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Victoria Hurth Jan 22
I see what you mean now. Although white space takes years off you...!
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Victoria Hurth Jan 22
Somehow I missed this earlier! Great capturing of the spirit of the programmes and this as a v memorable one. Nice :)
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Lean Logic Jan 22
From : "Prof. , what gives you hope?" "If we were stupid enough to get ourselves into this mess, we are not clever enough to say it's too late... And also a great book by David Fleming called !" 😍 so glad to hear it!
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Victoria Hurth Jan 22
The Difference Between a Worker and an Exec? About 4,400 Years via
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Victoria Hurth Jan 22
A super example of where a purpose-driven organisation steps in. Would a profit maximisation focused company have had the tenacity to innovate for this profitable solution? ..."Meet the 22-Year-Old Breaking the Blood Bank Crisis in Cameroon" via
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Mark Z. Jacobson Jan 21
Notably, this study supports again it is possible to stabilize climate without relying on "CCS, nuclear power, or geoengineering" To stay below 1.5C, we must massively scale solar, wind, batteries & hydrogen
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Victoria Hurth Jan 21
This is truly disgraceful. How far does this have to go before we realise we are in the equivalent of a new global dictatorship. "World's 26 richest people own as much as poorest 50%, says Oxfam"
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Holly Gillibrand Jan 20
Please correct me if I'm wrong. There are children striking for the climate in Ullapool, Fort William, Edinburgh, London, Manchester, Cardiff, Oxford and Norwich and yet it has not even been mentioned in the news. Why is that ?
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Derek Gow Jan 19
Replying to @RossCherrington
Well we sure as hell have not found it in the system that operates now. Just need to look at every guild of leaching life to see how utterly utterly unbalanced things are. We continue to farm land thats unviable to produce little of worth while wider society pays.
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Prof Peter Strachan Jan 20
"Wow!" Florida Power & Light’s ‘30 Million ’ Promise "The company wants to install more capacity than any other regulated utility in the world"
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Victoria Hurth Jan 20
An example of how living your purpose must permeate all areas of org decision making.... "Revealed: Spice Girls T-shirts made in factory paying staff 35p an hour"
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Victoria Hurth Jan 20
I gather due to the temperatures... Yet more casualties of our casual approach to life on earth
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Victoria Hurth Jan 20
The living income concept seems a good one - and intersects with what we really mean by wellbeing and what role monetary income plays (or not) in delivering it. Something the new British Standard in Social Value we are building should help with
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Victoria Hurth Jan 20
Fascinating on many levels inc.1) This is the kind of rigorous & published experiment we need from companies 2) This confirms our low tolerance for adverts and the hidden system effects - subscriptions may go up but overall people jump ship
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Victoria Hurth Jan 20
So sad that people would use up 'social trust' in this way. Although we need to be aware of these tricksters we also need to keep an open mind and heart to each new person or we are all doomed. An art to manage...
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David Grayson Jan 19
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University of Plymouth Jan 18
The University in partnership with Plymouth City Council, Destination Plymouth, Mayflower 400, Plymouth College of Art and the Real Ideas Organisation has been awarded £3.5million by the Government to boost creative economy >
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The Eth Word Jan 18
Anyone at able and willing to make this connection?
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