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Jeremy Osborn

Jeremy is a writer, researcher and wandering sustainability dude. He works for the global advertising agency Saatchi and Saatchi where he helps to promote sustainability through their global network of employees and multinational brands. He writes occasionally for the UK's Guardian on sustainable business issues. Jeremy runs a boutique consultancy, working with sustainable brands in Canada and abroad on sustainability and technology strategy and implementation. He has recently returned from a seven month trip through Europe, India and China and is moving to Saudi Arabia in October. Follow his tweets at @jeremyosborn.

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