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22 April 2014

How Eco Toys are Making the World a Better Place

Eco toys offer a way to protect your children in present and provide them better future at the same time. They are made with non-toxic, recyclable, and sustainable materials. They do not contribute to the destruction of the environment in the same way as most modern toys do. As parents, we all hope that our children's future will be bright. We want to ensure we don't expose them to anything that could harm their health and protecting the environment is the same as protecting their future. Below, you will find several ways that eco toys make the world a better place for your children.

6 April 2014

IKEA & WWF in Partnership for Responsible Business

greenBee shares some insights on how large corporate businesses and civil society organisations can work together to promote sustainable development and good corporate citizenship

Earlier this week, I participated in a talk with IKEA and WWF, who have been in partnership since 2002 and last year celebrated ten years in action, and are now well into their fourth partnership period with sustainability as their key focus.

3 April 2014

10 Negative Effects of Technology on Children’s Development

According to both the American Academy and Canadian Society of Pediatrics, children who are below the age of 12 should not be accustomed to technology. Infants who are between the ages of 0 and 2 should not be exposed to technology. Those who are between the ages of 3 and 5 should be restricted to an hour a day and those between 6 and 18 years should be restricted to 2 hours a day. Children who use 4 to 5 times above the recommended amount of technology are susceptible to serious or life-threatening consequences.