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Is 2020 the Year of Sustainable Business in Hospitality? –

From Greta Thunberg sailing across the Atlantic Ocean to attending a conference in New York, to protesters all around the world taking to the streets in peaceful demonstrations – 2019 saw a huge uptick in activities related to climate change and environmental issues.

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Guests doubt sustainable effort

Around 70% of consumers surveyed by STR’s Tourism Consumer Insights team said that they believed there was little or no effort to be sustainable among tourism providers.

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My Family and the Galapagos: Single-use plastic is threatening life of endangered species of bird | Daily

Monty Hall’s wife Tam joined an environmental scientist on his research trip to investigate the levels of plastic pollution at the nesting site of a flightless cormorant in My Family and the Galapagos.

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Why sustainability means digitalisation

Hardly anyone continues to doubt the relevance of sustainable management. With buildings now accounting for some 39% of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions (even more than the transport sector), there is good reason to consider buildings as the number one focus area for emissions reduction…

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The Sustainable Cooperation of Ecoparks

Eco-industrial parks: 5 steps to optimize sustainability Eco-industrial parks (EIPs) are growing in number as businesses seek ways to boost sustainability…

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The Best Sustainable Brands to Shop in 2020

This year, shop sustainably with brands that are eco-friendly and conscious of the environment. Save the planet one purchase at a time now!

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With New Funding, Sustainable Beverage Packaging Startup Notpla Looks to Expand Reach

Backed by new funding, United Kingdom-based sustainable food and beverage packaging startup Notpla, maker of edible water pods, is focusing on expanding into other markets and applications, according to a profile in Fast Company last week.

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Scientists create internet connected biodegradable PAPER, which collects data without e-waste  | Daily

Researchers in Japan have created a new kind of biodegradable, internet-connected piece of paper that’s just one millimeter thick and which degrades by 95 percent after 40 days.

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13 sustainability podcasts that will keep your earbuds plugged in

Looking for solutions to some of the biggest problems of our time? So are these podcasts.

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Sustainable light sources: LEDs from bacterial production

For this project, scientists are analysing fluorescent protein structures from nature and testing how thet need to modify them so that they bind different fluorescent organic molecules.

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Sustainable Rose Skincare : rose skincare

rose skincare – Rose is renowned for its beautifying benefits and this ingredient is at the center of the Aromatica Reviving Rose Infusion Collection. The clean an…

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The Fairphone 3 is an Affordable, Ethical, Sustainable Must-Have

It’s no secret that smartphone production is not an ethical or sustainable industry.From the workers who mine the materials, all the way through to the fa…

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Pathwater aluminum water bottle is an alternative to single-use plastic

Find out how Pathwater is making it easy to stay hydrated on the go without single-use plastic water bottles with a sleek, reusable aluminum water bottle.

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Food Sustainability, Dilemma or Opportunity? Cork, 2nd March

Food experts from around the country will gather in Cork for this year’s Cork City Local Enterprise Week. The topic of discussion will be Food Sustainability –