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Making the Sharing Economy Sustainable —

Will the sharing economy benefit society? The answer depends on all of us.

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A Leaked EU Proposal Details Plans to Make Smartphone Battery Replacement Easier and Prevent E-Waste Build-up

The EU will reportedly present a new proposal next month to make rules for easy smartphone battery replacement, reducing electronic waste too…

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Stunning, sustainable lodge blends into beautiful landscape

Surrounded by rolling hills, the Lodge in a Glade comprises two barn-inspired structures with green-roofed surfaces that appear to emerge from the earth.

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The Sustainable Traveler’s Eco-Friendly Guide To Barcelona

If you’re an ethically minded traveler, this eco-friendly guide to Barcelona provides the perfect way to sustainably see the city.

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Polestar Precept concept showcases sustainable future

The Polestar Precept concept showcases the firm’s future design direction as well as its commitment to using more sustainable materials.

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CoolBusinessIdeas.com | China’s Single Use Plastic Ban

On Jan. 1, 2018, China stopped importing almost all plastic waste from other countries, after decades of being the world’s dumping ground for trash.And now, two years later, the country is…

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3 reasons we must make the economy truly circular

Simple household recycling isn’t enough – only systematically decoupling the economy from resource use can save the planet.

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Urbanization Challenges and Sustainability Demands

By Steve Wells, Rohit Talwar, Alexandra Whittington How will cities meet the needs of swelling populations? Here are some positive solutions to the urban future.Massive Urbanization by 2050 Of the pr…

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Are you practicing sustainable homeschooling?

Do you want to make consistent homeschool progress without burning out? Welcome to the concept of sustainable homeschooling. Here’s how it works.

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Sustainable Tourism and Responsible Travel: Hot Topics in 2020 | Sustainability Leaders Project

Sustainable tourism: which are the most pressing issues and topics to be addressed in 2020? Our panel of travel and tourism experts has answers.

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Investors are asking the wrong questions about sustainability

When it comes to hitting the 2030 targets underpinning the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, considering risk alone will not cut it. Larry Fink’s recent emphasis on climate change risks and divesting in coal is significant, albeit a few decades late, but what about opportunities? And what about other sustainable development issues that threaten to bring businesses down? Unless businesses change what they do and how they do it, the goals will not be achieved.

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Carbon-negativity and climate chats at Davos: The sustainability stories of January 2020

With Valentine’s Day and the first climate strike of the year now on the horizon, we take a look back at a January packed full of sustainability and energy news. This round-up includes the World Economic Forum in Davos and all the highlights from …

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10 ways business leadership will evolve during a crucial decade for sustainability

Sustainability experts and thought leaders were in attendance at edie’s Sustainability Leaders Forum to outline how the role of business in a society battling social and environmental crises like never before will change.

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Tbilisi Accelerates Shift to Sustainable Mobility

Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi is undergoing significant changes with the upgrading of its public transport system. With massive work still needing to be done, CDIA’s advisory and project preparation support will help facilitate the city’s shift to sustainable mobility.

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Banning single-use plastic

Sir, – Congratulations to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Council on its initiative in banning single-use plastics for takeaway food (“Fines of ¤500 proposed for single-use plastics”, News, February 13th). There is no reason why our next government cannot introduce this quickly as a national initiative. What a wonderful start it would be, signalling a new era of responsible, environmentally conscious government, and it would be an “early win” for a new taoiseach. – Yours, etc, AOIFE LORD, Tankardstown, Co Meath.