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12th Annual Sustainability Awards Presentation Tickets, Thu, Sep 17, 2020 at 7:00 PM

Eventbrite – Sustainable Contra Costa presents 12th Annual Sustainability Awards Presentation – Thursday, September 17, 2020 – Find event and ticket information.

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Organic Sustainable Protein – Whatever, its really good! Squirrel hunting coming up Sept 19,2020 : Hunting

Squirrel hunting may offer one of the best opportunities for the beginning hunter. For others, it’s a reminder of their earliest hunting memories. And at the World Champion Squirrel Cook-off in Bentonville, squirrel cuisine is reaching new culinary heights.

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How the IAEA Assists Newcomer Countries in Building Their Way to Sustainable Energy | IAEA

As the world anticipates the climate policies that will unfold following the 2015 Paris Agreement and the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), more countries are likely to include nuclear power in their national energy mixes.

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Recycling e-waste: A step toward circular economy

From laptops and mobile phones to solar panels and precision-ag drones, all electronics come with an expiration date – some far earlier than others.

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Sustainable Living at Bushmead

An environmentally sustainable community, near Hazelmere, 16 kilometres from Perth’s CBD, Bushmead is perfect for those longing for a tree change but still within reach of life’s modern conveniences.  Designed with sustainable living in mind, Bushmead comprises a selection of carefully-designed bush front blocks to build the home of your dreams, surrounded by 185 hectares of retained bushland, parks and recreational reserves.

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KPN tests new sustainable fibre cabling system with less plastic – Telecompaper

News Dutch operator KPN announced plans to start in September start a trial of fibre-optic network made from 90 percent recycled plastic. Only 10 percent would be made from new plastic, to manufacture the duct for the cable. The innovation is developed in collaboration with Allinq, Van Gelder Telecom, Prysmian Group and VolkerWessels Telecom.

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Why you need to care about the future of sustainability – regardless of your curriculum

Whether your dream is to run a glitzy mega-resort, like the $5 billion Heart of Europe property in Dubai due to accommodate 16,000 tourists, or the Pikaia Lodge carbon-neutral property in Ecuador that relies on alternative energy sources with an outstanding social responsibility program, or a chain brand in a European capital city – you’ll need to know about sustainability. Why?

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Ancient crops may hold the key to sustainable farming, improving soil health – Nexus Newsfeed

The impact of plant breeding and modern agricultural practices is reflected in soil health – and it isn’t looking good. In fact, scientists fear that an underground crisis threatens to undermine food production in the near future.  Jos Raaijmakers, a microbiologist from the Netherlands Institute of Ecology suggests that the solution to this looming food and agricultural crisis can be gleaned from understanding ancient plant traits that had been lost through millennia of breeding.

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Sustainability Saturday: Land Stewardship on a Washington Island

Lopez Island Farm Education (LIFE) encourages K-12 students to learn appreciation for nature, nutrition, community, land stewardship and the environment. Students engage in experiential learning to gain knowledge in geography, history, literature, math, social studies, and music, using food as a unifying principle. The students gain experiential learning through the various gardens, orchards, and hoop houses on campus and use the food they have grown to prepare meals for the school cafeteria through culinary arts classes.

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The Future of Plastic Packaging | From Single Use to Reuse

Your vegetables are fresh and crispy because of it. Tomatoes and berries reach your kitchen without being squashed because of it. And nearly everything you buy is sold with some type of packaging that protects what’s inside.