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October 12th Indigenous Foodways: Past and Present Yale Sustainable Food Program 1:00 – 2:30pm EST Register Now October 14th The Deregulation of America’s Food System Yale Sustainable Food Program 12:15 – 1:15pm EST Register Now October 14th The Nation’s River: A Tale of Two Rivers Yale Club of Washington, D.C. 6:00 – 7:00pm EST Register Now
BIM is witnessing a new approach to the way buildings are viewed and implemented by the government….
Towards a more resilient, sustainable and decarbonised building and construction sector in Africa.
Focus on a just and inclusive transition to a clean economy claims spotlight in The Ceres Roadmap 2030.
In a sink-or-swim world, learning how to keep your head above water will enable you to go the distance.
They need to respond to global economic changes, environmental pressure and shifting attitudes towards food safety and security concerns.
Canada’s federal government in Ottawa is banning single-use plastics–from cutlery to takeout containers–from 2021, and plans to achieve zero plastic waste by 2030.
Find out about the latest trends in the food and beverage industry, along with beverage sustainability news and detailed reports.
A Pyramidal Approach to Upgrading Rio’s Favelas, Part 4: Political Will, Social Capital and Sustainability
This is the fourth article in a six-part series on the application of Meléndez’s Pyramid for Favela Upgrading to the city of Rio de Janeiro and its favelas. This pyramidal concept was conceived by the author of this series as a proposed methodology to achieve more coherent and sustainable results…
Single-Use Plastic Bans & Restrictions White Paper An international movement to ban or restrict not just plastic straws, but all plastic single-use products, is gaining momentum. Corporate giants like American Airlines, Disney, and Starbucks have announced bans on plastic straws and other single-use products, and cities and even whole countries are taking steps to reduce if not completely eliminate further accumulation of plastic waste in landfills over the coming years. Freedonia’s white paper explores the global ramifications of single-use plastic bans sweeping the globe. Fill out the form to download your FREE white paper today.
At Tetra Pak, we have an ambition to develop the world’s most sustainable food packaging – to protect our planet. Go nature. go carton….
Reflection Submission | Sustainable GW and MSSC Present “Gather: The Fight to Revitalize Our Native Foodways” Film Screening & Reflection
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The fashion industry thrives on consumers wanting to buy new clothes but the manufacture and disposal of clothes places a big toll on the environment. What does it take to make fashion more sustainable?