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Exploring IKEA’s Sustainable Design Strategy: Part One

IKEA provides a successful example for achieving the sustainable design strategy, this is a complete guide for how they achieved this target.

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Rubbermaid® Launches National Recycling Program To Strengthen Sustainability Efforts

Rubbermaid®, a leader in home organization and food storage solutions, announced today a partnership with international recycling leader,…

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London Fashion Week Announces Its September 2020 Dates, and the Main Focus Is Sustainability

London Fashion Week’s September 2020 season is taking a new form this year. What’s usually labelled as the Spring/Summer 2021 womenswear schedule will now be a gender-neutral showcase of both womenswear and menswear designs, which will include digital activations and physical presentations that…

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Burger King’s latest sustainability effort: reduce cow farts

Burger King is improving its cows’ low-carb diet by adding 100 grams of lemongrass to reduce methane emissions (aka cow farts).

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Sustainable Menstruation Corporation Diva International Inc. named among Canada’s Greenest Employers of 2020 – Plastic and Toxic Free Period

According to GlobeNewswire, last month, Mediacorp Canada Inc. named the Kitchener, Ontario-based Diva International Inc. one of Canada’s Greenest Employers of 2020. To be among the recipients of this honour, a company must meet several criteria, including, the development of unique environmental programs or initiatives;…

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Virtual Maintenance Conference: Industry Plays Key Role in Emergence of Sustainable Aviation Fuel

The business aviation industry continues to play a leading role in the adoption of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), The emergence of SAF was detailed in the NBAA GO Virtual Maintenance Conference session, Sustainable Aviation Fuels – A Maintenance Perspective.

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Port of Hamburg becomes more sustainable with solar-powered mooring systems

A newly-built berthing area in the Elbe River is powered by nineteen solar panels. The panels provide power to quick-release mooring hook units with integrated capstans.Following…

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One Last Second Chance: The Core Tenets of a Safe & Sustainable Post-COVID-19 Tenancy – CoreNet Global

Guest blog by: Zain Jaffer An exogenous shock to the market, COVID-19 is a magnitudinous force shaping new business norms for decades to come. The novel virus has turned health and safety into a corporate affair, a public conversation, and a shared responsibility. Q1 of 2020 forced virtually every employer and operation to pivot, and those that have found success have done so with the help and support of their teams. 

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Sustainability Triad | LafargeHolcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction

The well-known triad of environment, economy, and society depicts the many dimensions of sustainability in an understandable yet complex way.Architects must plan buildings – and cities – where people feel comfortable, find their manifold needs satisfied, and treat others with re……

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Waves Are Surging To The Forefront Of Sustainable Energy

In 2019, wind and solar energy contributed over 10% of U.S. power and has shown a strong average annual growth of 11.6% YOY. However, if the 2030 renewable …

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As India stares at single-use plastic ban, country’s per capita consumption far behind world average

Let’s not get so technical and understand how grave is this plastic problem and where do we stand as a country in terms of plastic consumption and production?Get latest Business online at cnbctv18.com…

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Why Sustainable Food Systems are Needed in a post-COVID World

By Nicoletta Batini, James Lomax, and Divya Mehra Food systems are essential to economic activity because they provide the energy that we need to live and work. However,…

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Special Issue “Thinking Entrepreneurially, Thinking Sustainably

Special Issue “Thinking Entrepreneurially, Thinking Sustainably: How Do We Learn How? Innovative and Responsible Pedagogy in Entrepreneurship and Management Education” Print Special Issue Flyer Special Issue Editors Special Issue Information Keywords Published Papers A special issue of…

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Environment and Sustainability Research in and for a Post-COVID-19 world – York Environmental Sustainability Institute

A half-day workshop to explore emerging topics in post-COVID-19 environmental sustainability research.

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New Study Finds Sea Level Rise and Marsh Crabs are Reshaping Salt Marshes – Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment

A recent study from the University of Florida found that sea level rise—combined with the burrowing and grazing activities of Sesarma, a native marsh crab—are causing salt marshes across the U.S. South Atlantic Coast to rapidly fracture and reorganize. These findings, recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, highlight the profound importance of this marsh crab in controlling how salt marshes are responding to sea level rise,

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UN Live United Nations Web TV – Live Now – (English Only + Open CART Service) 2020 High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF 2020), 11th meeting

Opening of the High-level Segment of ECOSOC / Ministerial Segment of HLPF – With remarks by UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres.- Voluntary national reviews (HLPF)…

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Opinion: Ridesharing into a Circular Economy: Could taking a cab save the planet?

The current era is characterised by the rise of mobile internet and the app economy. From a transportation perspective, this is evident in the way we use ridesharing today. Services such as Rapido, QuickRide, Ola and Uber have succeeded in providing a ride while replacing the drive. They have also enabled commuters to prioritise convenience and also be productive while on-the-move. But what if rideshare could also be the most sustainable form of motorised mobility?

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Circular Economy Programme | Overview

Designed for the next generation of circular economy pioneers, the circular economy programme space feature both online collaborative learning and immersive face-to-face workshops. Through these activities, we will facilitate unique interactions with our extensive networks in academia, business,…