At a time when we’re all dreaming of a well-deserved break, it’s more important than ever to stick to good habits: travel, be it close to home or far-flung, romantic or relaxing, must still be sustainable. At any rate, that has been the way for Monaco and the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer group for over a decade now. In this interview with two Monegasque women who have made a career out of sustainability, we talk about the group’s commitments, as well as its social and environmental success stories.
The European Commission has approved an investment of over €234 million from the cohesion fund to upgrade almost 117km of the Skawina-Zakopane railway line in Southern Poland.
The project will improve the quality, efficiency and safety of railway transport between the towns of Skawina and Zakopane, and more generally on the Kraków-Zakopane corridor. Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Elisa Ferreira, said: “Thanks to this EU investment, we want to encourage commuters to leave their cars at home and use safe, reliable and comfortable trains instead. With fewer cars on the road, pollution and greenhouse gas emissions will be reduced.
Building sustainable homes is the future of construction. For the people of Los Angeles, the future is already here. Green Planet Builders is proud to announce its range of eco-friendly construction services, to build modern and energy-efficient houses and provide home improvements and general remodeling services for all Los Angeles County homeowners.
We know morning drop offs to school can be a busy time for many parents and carers and here at Waltham Forest, we want to make travelling to and from school as easy as possible for our families. Travelling to school sustainably, whether on foot, scooter or cycle is a great option and has huge benefits not only for your family, but for the wider community.
Fertilizers that promote the natural balance of carbon and nitrogen produce healthier plants, healthier soils and a sustainable environment. Unlike purely chemical fertilizers and traditional amendments, JTM uses a process called Carbon Fertilization to unlock exceptional growth potential in the soil by fueling it with stable organic carbon.
The Nature Conservancy, McDonald’s, Cargill and Target are coming together to launch a new five-year, $8.5 million project aimed at working with Nebraska farmers to advance proven soil health practices to help mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and help farmers adapt to climate change. Overall, this effort has the potential to sequester 150,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide over the course of the project…