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Citations & Resources from my book

Hey there, fellow changemakers!

Ready to dive into the nitty-gritty and see where all the juicy insights and hard-hitting facts in my book come from? Buckle up because we’re all about backing it up with the real deal. No fluff, just the stuff. Here’s where the magic happens:

  1. McKinsey & Company: This report reveals the truth about sustainability, which isn’t just a buzzword; it’s a wallet word. People are putting their money where their mouth is; this insight is gold. Dive in here.
  2. Zurich Magazine: Fast fashion? More like fast disaster. Zurich’s got the scoop on chopping down your carbon closet footprint, and it’s a must-read right here.
  3. Giving Force: Millennials aren’t just about avocado toast; they steer the CSR ship like bosses. Get the lowdown on their global movement here.
  4. The Roundup: It’s your go-to if you’re looking for stats to make your head spin and your heart take action. Check out the environmental consciousness numbers here.
  5. International Energy Agency (IEA): Where are the world’s energy investments headed? The IEA lays it all out here.
  6. United Nations Press: When the UN speaks, we listen. Dive into their insights on sustainability here.
  7. The Wall Street Journal: ESG investing is more than a trend; it’s a revolution. WSJ breaks down the ethical motives shaping the finance world here.
  8. World Wildlife Fund (WWF): Forest degradation is a massive nope for both people and wildlife. Get schooled on the topic by WWF here.
  9. Prairie Eco-Thrifter—Jeans might be the MVP of your wardrobe, but they have a dark side. Learn why denim is bad for the environment here.
  10. University of Waterloo: Have you ever thought about the water footprint of your T-shirt? Waterloo University spills the tea on the 2,700 liters story here.
  11. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC): Fashion is getting a green makeover, and the UN is on board. Check out how they’re turning the industry around here.

Whew, that’s a wrap! Dive into these resources and arm yourself with knowledge that sparks change. Because knowing is just the beginning; doing is what transforms us and the world.

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