New Hampshire retail stores are being ordered to temporarily transition to the use of single-use paper or plastic bags because of the risk that reusable bags could pose a risk of transmission of the coronavirus.
The following is the March 24, 2020, Government Accountability Office report, Navy Shipbuilding: Increasing Focus on Sustainment Early in the Acquisition Process Could Save Billions. From the report The Navy has delivered warships—such as aircraft carriers, destroyers, and submarines—to its fleet…
Global chocolate producer Mondelēz International, which owns brands including Cadbury and Dairy Milk has signed up to two major initiatives to tackle plastics waste in the UK and globally.
A Bill which would require Ministers to fully consider the long-term environmental and social implications of all policy changes was introduced in the House of Commons on Tuesday (24 March), receiving cross-party support.
Circle Economy announces digital ‘Circle City Scan Tool’ to support cities transition to the circular economy
Today, with generous support from the Mava Foundation, Circle Economy announces the Circle City Scan Tool: a digital tool that supports cities and regions around the world in creating an action plan for the transition to the circular economy.
In the global environmentalist battle, Mexico City started fighting single-use plastic bags this year. But the impact and results from the ban still are debated by citizens, business people and nature preservationists.Starting this year, Mexico City implemented a change in their…
For three years the Navy has requested $40 billion for shipbuilding programs but included little planning for sustaining these ships during their lifespans.
For brands looking to limit their carbon footprint, illustration and animation can provide a more sustainable alternative to photoshoots and films. But how do you find the right images for your brand?
The Everloop toothbrush from NOS has a reusable base made from recycled plastic and replaceable bristles that are completely compostable. See the photos here.
The Isbell family of Arkansas has spent decades experimenting with new ways to grow rice. In the process, they pioneered American-grown rice for sushi and sake, along with sustainable rice-farming techniques that conserve water and help slow climate change.