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Sustainability Office Helping Businesses Go Green

Long Beach businesses that commit to environmental and sustainable practices are not only being recognized by their community, they’re now certifiably green. This year, the Long Beach Office of Sustainability launched its Green Business Certification and Recognition Program to enroll local businesses in the California Green Business Program.

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Is the Airline Industry’s New Sustainability Focus Set to Backfire?

The question is whether or not they are going to take time to reflect on their plans for sustainability. If they do, they might be able to adopt that or approach is to minimize the carbon footprint.

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PEI Urban Challenges awards $509,000 to new urban sustainability projects

Vertical farms in post-industrial America, origami-based noise-pollution barriers and cement made from burned waste make up the latest round of projects funded by the Princeton Environmental Institute Urban Grand Challenges program.

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Walmart, PVH Set Plans for Supply Chain Approach to Sustainability

Walmart and PVH are shifting how they produce apparel and home goods, while working toward eco improvements in the supply chain.

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Sustainability Is Good for Mezcal And Everyone Who Enjoys It

A sustainable approch is the way forward for mezcal producers…

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Sustainability Series: Heathrow is the world’s first sustainable fish airport

Ethical retail is just as vital to airport sustainability as other terminal ops, but have you ever thought about how produce for food outlets is sourced?

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Sustainability rating drops for Clearwater’s offshore lobster fishery

Clearwater Seafoods’ offshore lobster fishery in Eastern Canada has lost its “recommended” rating from Ocean Wise, a seafood sustainability recommendation program of the Vancouver Aquarium….

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Destination Leaders in Sustainable Tourism 2019: Expert Panel – Sustainability Leaders Project

Which destinations deserve to be celebrated right now, for their approach to a more sustainable tourism? That’s what we asked our panel of sustainable tourism experts. Among the answers are many well-known sustainability champions, but also some surprising newcomers doing good things behind the scenes: rising stars on the responsible tourism horizon. 

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2018 Farm Bill Promotes Sustainability of America’s Farms and Ranches

I can’t think of anyone more invested in the sustainability of America’s farm and ranch land than the men and women who live on and work this very land each day.

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Survey: Retailers believe transformational sustainability will take years to achieve

Two-thirds of UK retailers believe it will take three years or more to transform their business models, processes, operations and products for holistic sustainability, a new survey has found.

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Why luxury retailers fail the sustainability test

With an unmanageable surplus of clothing garments being produced each year, estimates show the value of unused clothing to be around 30 billion pounds, not including the 140 million pounds worth of clothes that end up in landfill. According to Impossible, a group aiming to guide global issues like sustainability, the zest for shopping will continue to rise, fuelled by our obsession for newness and fast fashion.

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Driving Supply Chain Sustainability with Blockchain

Blockchain can transition supply chain management to a sharing economy where people and companies reduce waste and decouple growth from the consumption of finite resources, becoming more sustainable and profitable at the same time.

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New Development Bank to focus on greater sustainability

The NDB is a development bank established by the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) bloc of countries.

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Nigeria’s Farmcrowdy refutes allegations on insurance cover, Ponzi scheme, sustainability

Farmcrowdy has refuted claims that arose last week that the startup doesn’t have proper insurance cover and ensuing aclaims that its business model is not sustainable as it allegedly relies on grants to pay back its sponsors.

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‘We have an ethos and that is sustainability’

It may be located in one of Belfast’s most historic buildings, but The National is a hospitality venue that is definitely looking to the future….

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Concerns raised about sustainability of IC’s budget model

Due to rising tuition costs, it is unclear if students can continue to bear the weight of generating the bulk of the college’s revenue.