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South London Office Sustainability | Abode2

Leading South London estate agents KALMARs have launched to the market a brand-new office block development in close proximity to both London Bridge and Borough.

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KAIST catalyst ‘major step to carbon circular economy’

Scientists at KAIST have developed a long-lasting catalyst that recycles greenhouse gases into ingredients that can be used in fuel and hydrogen gas.

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Microplastic Series Shines a Light on the Consequences of Single-Use Plastics –

Sweet Sneak Studio is a branding and communication agency for food, lifestyle and gastronomy. In the Microplastic Photos Series, they portray eight different foods that are prone to containing microplastics.

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sustainable livelihoods land Jim Clarken, Oxfam Ireland 

Interesting interview with Jim Clarken, CEO of Oxfam Ireland …

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Britvic signs for £400m sustainability-linked loan

Beverage manufacturing giant Britvic has signed for a £400m loan, whereby it will pay lower margins if it delivers progress against its plastics, emissions and nutrition targets.

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Sustainable Efforts Help — Not Hurt — Bottom Line —

Enjoy this post from the SSC Archives.In the past, it has been hard to convince some companies that they should think about anything more than their bottom lines, but time has shown that companies who focus on a triple bottom line —economic, environmental and social — perform better by all standar…

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Villar says banning single-use plastics may be ‘impossible’

The plastic industry resists banning single-use plastics even as environmental group EcoWaste points out that it’s the solution to plastic pollution

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Emerging Tech and Sustainability – A Missed Opportunity

Industry 4.0 and sustainability are transversal themes occurring in all parts of the production chain and at the enterprise level. The new evolution of the industrial process and the implications of emerging technologies have a potential impact on sustainability.

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An automation competition is driving a more sustainable society

The hottest young engineering talent and brightest brains in robotics and AI are helping Mitsubishi Electric encourage sustainability within its business and throughout wider society…

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Tackling sustainability in sporting events

From the Super Bowl to the Helsinki International Horse Show, sporting events are bringing their A-game by considering food waste, power and travel. Learn more.

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Responsible and sustainable investing new norm

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing will be “the new norm in less than five years”, affirms the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent f

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On the Heels of a New French Anti-Waste Law, the EU Announces “Large-Scale,” Circular Economy Projects —

On the heels of the French government signing off on a sweeping new bill that aims to dramatically cut down on the nation’s waste , including by barring the destruction of an array of different types of unsold goods, including unsold fashion items, the European Union as a whole has adopted a new …

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Watch video of the Dezeen Day discussion about the circular economy

Richard Hutten and Andrew Morlet discussed the circular economy at Dezeen Day and talked about how to create designs without jeopardising natural resources.

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5 Ways Businesses Can Exercise Sustainability Practices

As climate change causes worldwide concern and prompts calls for governmental action, consumers are putting the onus on businesses to step up their sustainability standards and practices.

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NGT asks DPCC to give fresh report on illegal e-waste processing in Delhi | Business Standard News

Read more about NGT asks DPCC to give fresh report on illegal e-waste processing in Delhi on Business Standard.Seelampur, Mustafabad, Behta Hazipur and Loni in Ghaziabad account for about 57 per cent, 15 per cent, 9 per cent and 10 per cent of all e-waste informal processing units…