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Netherlands- Circularity Gap Reporting Initiative

The Dutch economy can adopt the following interventions within four key sectors to deliver impactful circular change: Advanced construction practices Limit, or even stop the demolition of buildings and ensure that building methods revolve around the renovation and reuse of materials. Circular agriculture and food system Implement agricultural practices that prioritise waste reuse and local production and trade, such as stopping the import of animal feed and export of animal products. Shifting from fossil fuels to renewable sources Increase the share of renewable energy used to power the country and axe fossil fuel use. Repair, remanufacturing and high-value recycling Double the current material use of the repair sector, as well as the amount of high-value recycling and the share of recycled materials in imports.

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Sustainable Foods: A Mottainai Mindset

At this talk, Seiko Nakano from Mizkan and Christiane Paul from ZENB discuss their innovative, wholesome food production strategies, and join Brian Kateman for a panel discussion about the future of food sustainability.

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Sustainability in Tourism -Are we on the right track? – SpeakEasy by George Scaria | ET TravelWorld

The importance of why an emerging economy like India should follow the International Criteria for Sustainable Tourism is evident when we understand the prediction results of UNWTO on the future of Tourism movements.

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Bentley News 2020 : BENTLEY MOTORS OUTLINES BEYOND100 STRATEGY, TARGETING SUSTAINABLE LUXURY MOBILITY LEADERSHIP

Bentley Motors has outlined plans to become a global leader in sustainable luxury mobility….

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Insights and Beyond: Digitalization I Sustainability I Technology

Will electric vehicle ownership really be adopted by the masses?
Can Artificial Intelligence learn to become ethical?
Are current working environments sustainable? Sarah Yvonne Elsser, moderator and editor with a passion for technology, talks to Trelleborg Sealing Solutions experts and guests…

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YoKo Village | The future of the sustainable co-working communities

Welcome to YokoVillage yoko = sunshine child About “Work From Home” (WFH) is a noticeable movement quickly affecting real estate markets as cities’ stress and negativity levels arise, doers and makers are seeking a plan B. We all want to lead a healthy balanced life, connect to nature, have time to spend with our friends, families and grow spiritually. Why Costa Rica? Why Santa Teresa Why This Specific Land? Project Village Community A semi intentional community Members of Yoko Village purchase direct and private ownership of a “turn-key” designed villas with different models to choose from. Yoko Village allows members to be in a secluded natural paradise while still being connected. Aimed at a mix of families and single founders, creators, artists and remote corporate workers, Yoko Village allows members to enjoy the healthiest and most effective worklife balance. Yoko Village is a “semi intentional community” This means that there is no leader or guru, but a democratic management that aims to keep the highest levels of comfort and freedom for its habitats. Owners can decide to volunteer and help the community, and/or pay for existing services instead.Members can have the choice of dining together or at their home. Yoko Village values • Freedom • Eco-friendly • Wellness • PermCulture/Organic farming • Balance • Giving • Creation • Socialness • Creativity What’s inside Yoko Village Yoko Village is a gated community consisting of: • 45 villas (1 and 2 bedrooms) • Co-work center • Spiritual center and temple for meditation • Large communal Yoga Deck • Large natural pool • Communal kitchen and dining facilities • Communal restaurant • Organic farm, plantation &, gardens Press {The mindset of putting lifestyle planning first is poised to become a highly disruptive force in the entrepreneurial world. This became especially clear during a…