Issue three of AkzoNobel's double award-winning A Magazine has been published, with a strong theme of sustainability running through its 64 pages.
Featuring major articles on climate change, sustainable water use and sustainable building, the third edition also includes a look at the reboot of the Large Hadron Collider and a report on the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The magazine's welcome message has been written by Susannah Sayler, co-founder of the Canary Project, who has also supplied several powerful images for this issue. Her organization is dedicated to producing artwork and visual media that builds public understanding of human-induced climate change and energizes commitment to solutions.
In keeping with the first two editions, the new issue again features stunning imagery and top class content, which combine to create a more intelligent and visually pleasing reading experience.
Winner of both a European Excellence Award and a coveted bronze ADC Cube during 2009, A Magazine is available via a free subscription. Digital versions are also available for download.
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