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Coronavirus & Sustainability

LinkedIn Twitter COVID19 has swept across borders and caused panic among populations and governments. As individuals, cities and industries grapple with the issue, a number of areas relating to sustainability have come into the spotlight.

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Western Japan city to ban single-use plastic shopping bags

A city assembly in western Japan enacted an ordinance Tuesday that bans local retailers from offering single-use plastic shopping bags to customers, whethe…

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EU Circular Economy Action Plan –

A new Circular Economy Action Plan for a Cleaner and More Competitive Europe…

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Sustainable Business Covered podcast: A circular economy road trip

For episode 83 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast, the edie team brings you four exclusive interviews with businesses innovating to bring about truly circular models – Elvis & Kresse, Teemill, Mulberry and Young Planet.

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The Circular Economy – Ellen MacAthur – Report

COMPLETING THE PICTURE HOW THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY TACKLES CLIMATE CHANGE ELLEN MACARTHUR FOUNDATION (2019) 1 COMPLETI NGTHE PICTURE HOW THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY TACK……

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Circular Economy series #7: Nouvelle-Aquitaine –

We are half way through our series on Circular Economy, explaining the opportunities for Dutch organisations in French regions. Out of 13 French regions that we blog about every week, lucky number 7 is: Nouvelle-Aquitaine.

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How Millets sustained Mongolia’s Empires

The new discoveries show that the development of the earliest empires in Mongolia, like in other parts of the world, was tied to a diverse economy that included the local or regional production of grain.

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Europe’s ‘circular economy’ strategy could be shake-up for mobile –

As part of the new Industrial Strategy set forward by the European Commission, rules designed to combat the throw away culture of today might have a significant impact on the mobile sector.

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Renewable Rikers as a Blueprint for a Sustainable City

On 29 January 2019, New York City Council held a hearing on a trio of bills collectively known as “Renewable Rikers”. Rikers is currently home to the most infamous prison in New York City—the Rikers Island correctional facility an island penal colony with one lone bridge connecting it to the rest…

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Students lead school sustainability efforts

Warilla High School in New South Wales is on its way to becoming entirely self-sufficient with electricity, thanks to fundraising efforts by students.

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Zurich on the three key pillars of sustainability

What should brokers do to become more responsible?

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New Hampshire governor orders retail use of single-use bags

Chris Sununu made the order because of the risk that reusable bags could pose a risk of transmission of the coronavirus.. Maine news, sports, politics, election results, and obituaries from the Bangor Daily News.

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Support for coronavirus-hit charities and biomethane trucks: The sustainability success stories of the week

As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly round-up of five of the best sustainability success stories of the week from across the globe.

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Sustainable Fashion Redefined

Meet four hardcore independent fashion brands whose ideas could save the world from fashion.