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This Malaysian social enterprise sells second-hand clothes for a good cause
The Star, 5 July 2017
Recyclothes, an online fashion boutique based in Malaysia, is taking the act of doing good a step further. It sells second hand women’s clothes and uses the money raised to give back to society. According to co-founder Rebekah Yeoh, most people give their clothes away blindly, or rather, “dump” them with different charities just to make room in their wardrobes for new clothes.

YTL's Starhill Global REIT ranks 5th in Governance Index for Trusts 2017
Kuala Lumpur, 5 July 2017
YTL's Starhill Global Reit took 5th position in the inaugural GIFT scoring a total of 72.5 points in the table of 43 Reits and BTs assessed in this year's index. This ranking is important as Corporate Governance is one of the key sustainability pillars of the YTL Group, alongside Marketplace, Environment, Our People and Community.

How Wessex Water's Trenchless Technology Team is training young engineers
Trenchless International, 4 July 2017
The formation of Wessex Water’s Trenchless Technology Team allows young engineers to access expert mentors while working on real-world problems and forging original solutions for the management of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) linings and other trenchless interventions.

Acting in the face of uncertainty
The Edge, 24 June 2017
Infrastructure, stresses Yeoh, can help provide jobs for today as well as tomorrow. “China has been spending money on building infrastructure, including fast trains. Without such infrastructure, could Alibaba have delivered US$17 billion worth of goods on its Singles Day (sending out over 600 million packages within three days)? You can see here how a traditional business like infrastructure backs the new digital business.”

New outdoor classroom opened at Trowbridge primary school
WIltshire Times, 24 June 2017
Apprentices from Wessex Water have built a new outdoor classroom for a Trowbridge primary school. The facility at St John’s Catholic Primary School in Wingfield Road was designed and built as part of the Brathay Apprentice Challenge, a national competition in which teams work together to raise awareness of apprenticeships as a viable career route. Wessex Water chief executive Colin Skellett performed the official opening alongside the nine-strong team, staff, parents and pupils.

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