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Nº24 Sustainability, Cycling & Personal growth

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Tim van der Weide

May 29 · Issue #24 · View online
Your weekly focus on sustainable solutions to make Corporates, Cycling & Ourselves better + all that overlaps! from @Timvdweide, ex-bikeshop owner, agent @andmoraal and consultant @ERMinsight.

Hi, yes the newsletter is still alive! A few of you reached out if they by chance hadn’t received it. Been very busy traveling and working on projects. The last two weeks among others I attended the GRI conference in Amsterdam and the PEI PRI conference in London. 
This week: We keep shoe conscious with Nike and Adidas, China’s biggest pollution nightmare, recovering gold from broken iphones, Deepak Chopra and a cycling CEO.
Thanks for staying with me, and as always feel free to send me link suggestions!

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Sustainability + business context
1. Nike 2015 Sustainability Report
2. Adidas to make shoes in Germany again – but using robots
- How Copenhagen Became A Cycling Paradise By Considering The Full Cost Of Cars
- Read Michael Bloomberg’s Annual letter on Philanthropy to hear more about his efforts on climate change disclosure
- This Startup Lets You Invest Only In The Companies That Share Your Values
- Apple recovered 2,204 pounds of gold from broken iPhones last year
- Rural Water, Not City Smog, May Be China’s Pollution Nightmare
Personal growth
- The “Talk at GS” keep spinning out gems, like this one on Enlightened Leadership by Deepak Chopra
- PodiumCafe spent three days talking with cycling phenom Taylor Phinney in Los Angeles, before he disembarked for the Classics. Nice interview!
- This CEO’s Idea of Relaxation? 80 Miles on a Bicycle (hattip to Jon)

Opinions in this newsletter are solely those of Tim van der Weide and do not necessarily represent views of those quoted or cited, ERM or its partners or clients.
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