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Waitrose scraps single-use plastic on multi-packs as it removes it from cans of beans and tomatoes | Daily

Shoppers will now have to pick tins and cans up individually rather than in packs. The initiative will be tested at 17 stores for four of the supermarket’s best-selling canned foods.

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ING creates world’s first sustainability improvement fund financing

Just two months after ING introduced the world’s first sustainability improvement derivative , we launched another product aimed at encouraging companies to get measured on environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals.

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The RealReal Shows the Circular Economy Is for Real

The online seller of used luxury clothing and accessories caters to the sustainability crowd.

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Fool-Proofing Sustainability with the ‘Biosphere Rules’

Remediation has had some successes. But you can’t remediate an extinct species, an acidified ocean or a climate that’s pushed beyond its critical tipping point.What we need to be doing is “premediation.”…

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Towards a circular economy –

The idea of the circular economy frequently brings to mind issues of recycling waste and materials and making moderate use of natural resources. But if a new system is to emerge which is sustainable and equitable the whole economic model will have to be re-thought.

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London’s mayor calls on architects to design for a circular economy

The mayor of London’s office has published a document calling on property developers and architects to design for a circular economy.

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Fashion Industry Sustainability: Eco-Friendly News, October 2019 –

Highlights of brands, retailers and fashion industry initiatives on sustainability, eco-friendly products and more, rounded up by FN.

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India’s Plastic Industry Demands Clarity On Single-Use Plastic Ban

India’s plastic manufacturers have urged the government for more clear guidelines on the plans to ban single-use plastic in the country.

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How Travel Businesses Can Give Travellers What They Want: Sustainability

With the advance of ESG ‘Environmental Social Governance’ and consumer pressure, leaders in the tourism industry need to future-proof their business by taking responsibility for the part they play in the environmental crisis.

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Reducing loss of resources from waste management is key to strengthening the circular economy in Europe —

Information on the environment for those involved in developing, adopting, implementing and evaluating environmental policy, and also the general public…

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Ethics and sustainability top beauty concern among UK consumers, Leatherhead finds

A majority of UK consumers believe personal care and beauty brands should put more effort into manufacturing products in an ethical and sustainable way, and this isn’t just a passing fad, says Leatherhead’s head of consumer and sensory insight.

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SAP BrandVoice: How ‘Sinnfluencers’ Are Shaping The Future Of Sustainability

Sinnfluencers want to motivate their audience by actively participating in a better future by being role models themselves. By reporting on sustainable or political projects, sinnfluencers want to portray a new voice that represents an ever-increasing part of today’s society.

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Environment or eco-sustainability?

When we talk about environment or eco-sustainability, we often end up trying to identify those responsible for the damage caused.A few days ago, the History, Politics, technology and cartooning POLITICS C.Alessandro Mauceri, CO2, emissions, environment or eco-sustainability, fossil fuel companies,…

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How the Internet of Thing Stands for Sustainability

Use cases of the internet of things (IoT) for sustainability offer benefits, ranging from preserving finite resources to maintaining the standard of citizen’s life to fostering financial savings.

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More money and brains needed for ocean sustainability

23 October 2019, Oslo – Serious investments in ocean sustainability will raise the amount of fish to feed the poor, helping drive progress towards the eradication of hunger which is the lynchpin for achieving the other Sustainable Development Goals, FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu said today. “Ocean protection will only succeed if we spend financial and brain power in developing sustainable solutions,”