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Synchronous instruction is hot right now, but is it sustainable?

Synchronous instruction is trending, but experts say a more intentional mix of live and asynchronous classwork is necessary for future remote terms.

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Podcast | The Engineers Collective covers HS2, Covid-19 and circular economy

The latest episode of The Engineers Collective is out now. To listen click here.This month, NCE editor Claire Smith is joined by news editor Rob Horgan…

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3 more rules for sustainable tourism

This is our chance to commit to new ways of moving around the planet.

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Norwegian Presence exhibition points the way to a circular economy

Designers and brands in Norwegian Presence exhibition call for an industry-wide shift towards recycled and recyclable objects, as part of a circular economy…

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Concrete Houses in Spain: Exploring Cement’s Sustainability Potential

15 contemporary Spanish houses demonstrating the wonders of concrete in home construction…

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Saudi Aramco removes ‘sustainable’ oil adverts after complaints | Business | The Guardian

More than 60 objections to regulator about claims by world’s biggest oil company…

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Sustain IT Budget Survival in Uncertain Times

Three tips for tackling the financial aftermath of COVID-19.

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Single-use plastic in the pandemic: how to stay safe and sustainable

Disposable plastic can be an important tool for hygiene. But how can we look after the planet in lockdown?

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Single-use plastic ban delayed to reduce coronavirus risk at restaurants and cafes

A ban on single-use plastics including cutlery and straws will be pushed back in SA to allow restaurants and cafes to reopen “sooner rather than later” amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Ban on single-use plastic straws called off due to hygiene allowing restaurants to use disposable

The legislation banning plastic straws and cutlery was introduced on Thursday in South Australia, making it the first Australian state to ban the products but the ban has been pushed back.

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Driving home  ‘single-use’: plastic politics in the times of the COVID-19

Measured – Factual – Critical…

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Urban Travel, Sustainability & Accessibility: ESSAOUIRA, MOROCCO

FAMOUS FISHING BOATS It is said that the port of Essaouira was founded by the Sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah to punish the city of A…

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Wimbledon 2019: Extinction Rebellion to campaign against ‘unnecessary’ single-use plastics at tournament | London

Extinction Rebellion is planning to campaign at Wimbledon over the excessive use of single-use plastics at the tennis tournament. The group is due to arrive at the All England Lawn Tennis Club at 2pm on Sunday to begin the campaign.

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It started with Boomerang Bags, now Dungog dumps single-use plastics for good of the planet

A small town team harnesses sewing power to create more than 4,000 reusable bags in a bid to save the planet.

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Taypa: From Social Sustainability to Industry 4.0 Application –

Cenker Akdemir is the design and product development director at Taypa, a Turkish supply organization that puts sustainability at the heart of its operations.