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Author: Keith Wo

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Keith is a locally-based environmentalist, currently studying in Yale-NUS and is the Chief Sustainability and Design Officer of MBF. He is passionate about sustainability issues and, as the content creator of Bizsu, he educates the public about them.

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In this week's Conscious Scoop, there is great news in the vegan world. From food, fashion, beauty and lifestyle. Also, two major cities making great strides in sustainability commitments.   1. Justin Bieber launches his own vegan, natural deodorant. Bieber just partnered with Schmidt's

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