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Virgin Hyperloop picks a home for its high-tech testing facility

West Virginia is getting a high-speed Hyperloop system, but residents shouldn’t expect it to cut any time from their daily commute.Instead, Virgin Hyperloop…

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Údarás na Gaeltachta approve over €1.4m in COVID-19 support

Údarás na Gaeltachta has approved over €1.4m in vital COVID-19 supports for Gaeltacht companies over the past few months.

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Mission Shunya / FSC and Sustainable Forestry

What are the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certifications all about? Is a planned, managed forest area really sustainable? Can the status quo be changed? On this podcast episode Amar Deshpande (aka Amar Vyas), Country Manager for FSC in India joins Girish Shivakumar to discuss sustainable forestry and FSC’s role in it.

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Circular economy services – Enabling a global transition through international trade

New and innovative service-based solutions are at the forefront of the circular economy transition. For the circular economy transition to emerge at scale, trade and trade policy will be in a key role in facilitating the global spread of new circular economy businesses and solutions, also providing new jobs and livelihoods.

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Reimagining Education for SDG 4.7 and Sustainable Future

Anant Bhaskar Garg and Manisha Agarwal Director, HaritaDhara Research Development and Education Foundation(HRDEF) Abstract As per data from various studies, quality, climate education, and 21stcentury skills are ignored in mainstream education.

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Helbiz Partners With Enel Energia to Power 100% Green and Sustainable Urban Mobility – TruckingNews.US

Helbiz Partners With Enel Energia to Power 100% Green and Sustainable Urban Mobility Helbiz electric vehicles, exclusively powered by Enel Energia, are the first fully carbon-neutral micro-mobility devices across Italy Helbiz is the largest micro-mobility company in Italy, operating in over 20 markets around the world with plans for global expansion of carbon neutral fleets

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Managing Risk Through Sustainable Supply Chains

The idea of having resilient supply chains to reduce risk is not a new way of thinking. However, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, many companies around the world discovered that their supply chains had unanticipated vulnerabilities. For example, the pandemic caused border closures that disrupted transportation routes, which compromised suppliers’ ability to meet the demands of their partners. Lockdowns led many economic players to halt production, at least temporarily, to reconfigure operations and allow workers to safely resume their activities. 

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Arts in Oxfordshire gets share of lifeline grants to ensure sustainability

13 arts organisations across Oxfordshire have received almost £2 million as a share of grants from the Government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund, to help 13 arts organisations across Oxfordshire have received almost £2 million as a share of grants from the Government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery…

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Best out of waste: Using scrap car parts to design sustainable clothing | Lifestyle News,

Titled ‘Re:Style 2020’, the initiative highlights that even though most car materials are recycled, there are still some — like leather, glass and airbags — that end up in landfill…

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GEA technology promises sustainably sourced milk with guaranteed origin

Brazilian dairy farm Fazenda Trevisan has again chosen GEA for its latest project: a new production line for milk processing that guarantees low energy consumption, minimises carbon footprint and adds a guarantee of origin.

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A circular economy could save the world’s economy post-COVID-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has challenged all facets of human endeavours, and seven months later the economic effects are particularly being felt…

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Emory Formally Recognizes Indigenous Peoples’ Day – Emory Office of Sustainability Initiatives

Today, for the first time, Emory University is officially recognizing Indigenous Peoples’ Day. We have been called upon today and every day to acknowledge, honor and respect the land on which Emory now sits and the people who originally inhabited and cared for this land, the Muscogee (Creek), or Mvskoke (Creek).

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Poor Sustainability Practices: Enterprises are Overlooking the E-waste Problem

Get your free research study to see how replacing physical destruction with data erasure can improve your corporate social responsibility plan and bottom line.

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Cruelty-free and REACH: Why are some cosmetic ingredient suppliers being made to use animal tests?

Animal testing to meet the requirements of European cosmetics legislation has been long consigned to history. However, in rare but significant cases, ECHA has insisted that cosmetic ingredients be tested on vertebrate animals to meet workplace safety standards required under EU chemicals…

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Circular Economy Forum EU Mexico

The Circular Economy Forum (CEF) to the Northern States of Mexico is an initiative of the European Union, represented by the European Union Delegation to Mexico. It counts with the active collaboration of the Mexican Employers’ Confederation (COPARMEX) Delegation Chihuahua. Likewise, participation from COPARMEX Delegations in the states of Coahuila, Sonora, Sinaloa, Durango, Guanajuato, Aguascalientes, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas, Desarrollo Económico del Estado de Chihuahua DESEC Chihuahua, Energy Clusters in Chihuahua, Coahuila, Tamaulipas and Baja California, along with relevant Universities and Research centres in the Region.