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Mavi’s Fall/Winter 20-21 Sees New Fits and Exclusive Sustainable Denim –

Mavi’s Fall/Winter 20-21 collection features new fashion fits and sustainable fabrics developed exclusively for the premium denim brand.

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Just by Looking at Their Colour: Can You Tell if Clothes Are Sustainable?

In the Middle Ages, colours were often synonymous with social status.Blue and purple symbolized royalty and wealth, as they were some of the rarest colours: only a few plants, fruits and veggies can……

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FNB News – Avani Hotels in South East Asia rolls out sustainable dining options | FNB News

Thailand With an eye on a greener future and a more sustainable outlook, Avani has rolled out a series of initiatives focussing on sustenance and wellness. Signature properties in Thailand, Cambodia and Laos are stepping up their commitment to support local communities by highlighting the region’s speciality produce and the need to rely less on imports.

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IBEC Announces New Partners in Fight Against Global E-Waste Crisis

The dark side of the multitude of technological innovations in our society is a major uptick in e-waste. IBEC Inc.(IBEC), a leading management systems consulting firm, announced that it is……

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How Accenture Keeps Rolling Out Sustainability

Multinational management-consulting and technology-services company Accenture has a good eye for sniffing out new business, with 305,000 employees advancing its interests in more than 200 cities in 56 countries evidence.

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ModeShift – Supporting sustainable school travel

Calling all members – Consultation on the reform of the planning system in England Do you want to have your ideas and views heard on the new consultation to reform the planning system in England? Modeshift are looking for members to join a discussion as we plan to submit our response the proposals laid out in the new ‘Planning for the future’ white paper.

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Ocean Panel identifies organized crime as major threat to marine sustainability

The High-Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy, a consortium of ocean-dependent countries founded in 2018 to initiate action to improve global marine sustainability efforts, has issued a report detailing the threat that organized crime poses to the fisheries sector.  Also known as the Ocean Panel, the consortium consists of Norway, Palau, Australia, Canada, Chile, Fiji, Ghana, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, Namibia, Norway, Palau, and Portugal, and is supported by the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for the Ocean.

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Circular Economy | Purpose and Promise | About SAP SE

As the world faces an unprecedented resource crisis, the move to an interconnected, circular economy is key to protecting our planet, its species, and our collective prosperity. Redesigning global value networks toward a circular economy paradigm requires companies across all industries to rethink their business processes across the end-to-end supply and value chain.  

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Sustainability of food systems: 5 steps beyond the EAT Lancet Report

A new paper highlights five areas of research and action that require more attention if we are to ensure a sustainable food system transformation.

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Bird deaths from wind turbine’s drop by 72 per cent when one blade is painted black

Scientists conducted a trial on the remote island of Smola comparing how many birds were killed by four painted turbine compared to their untouched equivalents.

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OPRL launches sustainable development report

The On-Pack Recycling Label (OPRL) scheme has launched its sustainable development commitments ahead of #EarthOvershootDay.

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A Call Towards a Sustainable Future

Many of us have seen that cartoon where a huge Covid-19 wave is about to hit the city. Behind it, there is an even bigger wave of Global Recession, and ultimately an enormous Climate Change wave waiting to hit.

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Modi Builders CSR Activities 2020 – Act Responsible, Think Sustainable

Modi Builders is helping over 240 government schools by providing basic infrastructure and facilities. These schools cater mostly to children from underprivileged backgrounds and are situated within HMDA limits. The schools are in need of basic facilities and need urgent attention. Modi Builders also believes in making a social impact and as a part of our CSR activities we are helping over 62,686 students in over 240 government schools in Hyderabad and Telangana State.

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3 ways to learn more about Sustainable Procurement in Infrastructure…

17th September 2020, 9:30-11:30   Join Welsh Water at our Embedding Sustainable Procurement virtual workshop.  This virtual workshop will provide you with expert advice on how to embed sustainable procurement within your business By attending this virtual workshop you will:  Gain a guide to the 5 elements that “Enables” sustainable procurement Have the ability to critique your current progress on sustainable procurement.

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How OEMs can transform plug-in hybrids from “ecological cheat packages” to tools for sustainable mobility

Car manufacturers need to find ways to meet the European Union’s fleet average CO2 emission targets for the first time in 2021, or they will face severe financial penalties. For many car manufacturers, electric mobility plays a significant role in reaching these ambitious targets. Because the majority of OEMs are struggling to sell battery electric vehicles (BEVs) on a large scale, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) look like a major lever.