Juno  Sustainability
That's why we share links on green, social and individual sustainability every other week. Now with comments from the Juno team. Visit the archive at junopr.se/recycled-links
On personal sustainability – Quickest route to happiness may be to do nothing
"We are constantly reminded that we should be striving to be our best selves and always pursue happiness. But research shows that when we are setting these high standards for our own happiness, we also set ourselves up to feel disappointed more often than we really are enjoying ourselves. The best way to achieve happiness actually seems to be doing nothing about it at all."
Read more here
Kajsa
On social sustainability – 200 years more of inequality 
"It is going to take another 200 years before the world reaches equality between the sexes. That was the disheartening conclusion from a new report from The World Economic Forum. There is only one upside – 200 years is a long time, meaning that there are still ways to make this sad prediction not come true. So, as this is the time of year to make promises for the future, I am going to make 2019 the year where I transform opinions into actions to make a change for the better. I keep my fingers crossed that politicians and other decision-makers will do the same!"
Read more here
Ellinor 
On green sustainability – “Patagonia is in business to save our home planet.” 
"Patagonias founder Yvon Chuinard recently informed employees that the company's new mission is to save our home planet. This decision will impact every aspect of Patagonias business the coming years. Everything from who they are recruiting (yes it's cool to be a surfer but are you also trying to get plastics out of the ocean?) to what areas they should be putting money into. An interesting and inspiring read on how all humans need to face the alarming climate crisis and start acting accordingly."
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