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Retailers and brands have made huge strides on palm oil sustainability – but can they now go even further? | Promotional Feature

Campaigners are calling on companies to honour their palm oil commitments and take action beyond their own supply chains to ensure production, trade and consumption has a responsible future…

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5 Very Important Sustainable Guidelines for Home Renovations

You need to follow the right approach when conducting a sustainable remodeling project as a green homeowner.

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Maracuyá: Sustainably fashioned alpaca fiber clothing on

Natural alpaca fiber clothing, hand-made in Bolivia, ethically sourced materials used to create sustainable fashion.

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Hyundai continues to drive sustainability credentials with new campaign “I’m In Charge” championing new brand IONIQ

Few industries have been locked into such a defined cycle of launching new products as the automotive. Vehicle brands have grown used to the familiar, reassuring, pattern of unveiling their new designs by harnessing the spectacle and global reach of the world’s biggest motor shows.

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5 tips on achieving business sustainability – Scottish Enterprise

Ian Carstairs from Scottish Enterprise talks about the benefits of sustainable business practises and shares 5 tips that will help you build resilience, reduce costs and protect your business from risks.

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Wrightspeed : Drives the Future of Sustainable Trucking In Midst of COVID Pandemic

Company answers call for cleaner urban transportation globally …

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Aflac – Last year, Aflac became the first insurance company in the U.S. to be ISO 50001 Energy Management System registered, which represents the latest best practice in energy management. Learn ho…

Last year, Aflac became the first insurance company in the U.S. to be ISO 50001 Energy Management System registered, which represents the latest best…

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Best of UK Sustainable Retail pop-up | LinkedIn

Six and Sons, an independent concept store and platform for sustainable brands, is launching a
curated pop-up dedicated to 23 sustainable and independent British brands making a first entry into the Dutch market.

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Better Planet | Sustainability – Maple Leaf Foods

Maple Leaf Foods is committed to reducing our environmental footprint on energy, water and waste, while advocating for change across the industry. Our vision is to be the most sustainable protein company on earth.

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Leaders In Footwear Sustainability Announce Zero-X™, The No-Glue Shoe

/PRNewswire/ — Twisted X ®, a Twisted X Global Brands company, leaders of sustainability in footwear, are proud to announce a no-glue shoe with the launch of…

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F&B giants kickstart industry’s first sustainable coconut charter

Barry Callebaut, alongside several other Fandsymamp;B giants, is backing the coconut industry’s first sustainable coconut charter. …

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Balancing Exploration and Exploitation in Sustainable Urban Innovation: An Ambidexterity Perspective toward Smart Cities: Journal of Urban Technology: Vol 0, No 0

The potential of technological innovation to address urban sustainability has been widely acknowledged over the last decade. Across cities globally, local governments have engaged in partnership ar…

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Sustainable Living: An eco-series [online]

As a Centre for Future Thinking with an awareness of wellbeing, we felt it was only right that we put together a programme to inspire sustainable living in the home this winter. Join us alongside Mary Portas (Portas Agency), Natalie Fee (City to Sea), Chloe Turner (Action on Plastic) and Kit Dixon…

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The Rising Tide of E-Waste

Enterprise technology generates a vast amount of e-waste. Get the research on what organizations face to reduce the environmental impact of IT asset disposal.

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DLF debuts on Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2020 in emerging markets category

DLF is ranked 18th amongst 250 real estate companies across the world for its environmental, social, and corporate governance.practices…

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Disclose climate risks or face divestment, investors warn Europe’s largest companies

A coalition of investors representing more than $9trn of assets has asked some of Europe’s largest and highest-emitting companies, like Shell and Maersk, to prove they are aligning with the Paris Agreement and to improve climate risk disclosure.

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Sustainable food system expert view from Mark Bustard (IBioIC)

Expert View from Mark Bustard (IBioIC) : How innovation can feed the growing appetite for a sustainable food system…

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DLF debuts on Dow Jones Sustainability Index in emerging markets category | Business

“While DLF is the only real estate company from India to be included in the DJSI index, it joins the ranks of just 11 companies from India to be recognised for the benchmark for Corporate Sustainability,” the company said in a statement.

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AAA-manager: ‘Sustainable companies are more resilient to market fluctuations’

Citywire AAA-rated portfolio manager, Vincent Durel, has said the Covid-19 pandemic revealed the fundamental advantages of having strong stakeholder…

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Sustainable Finance

How to rebuild trust and thrive in a sustainability driven context…

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The Sustainable Activewear Brand Supermodels Love Is Having a Huge Sale

Score 35 percent off everything…

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Sustainable Building Partners on LinkedIn: J Sol

We are proud to announce J Sol (4000 N. Fairfax) achieved #LEED-NC Gold! Congratulations Jefferson Apartment Group!

J Sol is a multifamily residential…

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CROSSDEV in Sicily: Public trainings, awareness and information events on sustainable tourism

The series of three public training, awareness and information events on sustainable tourism issues, organised between July and October 2020 in Sicily by CISP – lead beneficiary of CROSSDEV – have been successfully concluded. …

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Sustainability and the Environment

At Twinings, we’re concerned about the use of plastics and are taking action to improve the sustainability of our products and reduce their impact on the environment.

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Sustainable water management | Ground Up

#groundupstories aim to bridge the gap between development practice, decision making and ground realities across India.

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Aviation Sustainability, Cyber Security in Aviation and Global Air Traffic Management | Hopin

Welcome to Global Air Traffic Management (GATM), Aviation Sustainability and Cyber Security in Aviation conferences…

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EEN AgriFood Tech Virtual Company Mission to Israel: Creating a Future of Sustainable Food | Newable Events

Explore the wonders of the AgriFood Tech sector in Israel and connect with leading Israeli stakeholders Are you ready t…

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International Forum “Reaching Sustainable Development Goals in Combating Epidemics” – International Forum “Reaching SDGs in Combating Epidemics”

HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases 36.9 million people globally were living with HIV in 2017. 21.7 million million people were accessing antiretroviral therapy in 2017. 1.8 million people became newly infected with HIV in 2017. 940 000 people died from AIDS-related illnesses in 2017. 77.3 million people have become infected with HIV since the start of the epidemic. 35.4 million people have died from AIDS-related illnesses since the start of the epidemic. Tuberculosis remains the leading cause of death among people living with HIV, accounting for around one in three AIDS-related deaths. Globally, adolescent girls and young women face gender-based inequalities, exclusion, discrimination and violence, which put them at increased risk of acquiring HIV. HIV is the leading cause of death for women of reproductive age worldwide. AIDS is now the leading cause of death among adolescents (aged 10–19) in Africa and the second most common cause of death among adolescents globally. Over 6.2 million malaria deaths have been averted between 2000 and 2015, primarily of children under five years of age in sub-Saharan Africa. The global malaria incidence rate has fallen by an estimated 37 per cent and the mortality rates by 58 per cent.

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Carbon-negative carpet?! How Interface trailblazes – Erin Meezan, VP & Chief Sustainability Officer of Interface, Inc.

The scale of the climate crisis requires that companies change the way they operate. Yes, it would be easier to simply purchase carbon offsets and continue to do business as usual. But if we are going to succeed in reversing climate change, companies must take the next step and transform their…

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We found a way to turn urine into solid fertiliser – it could make farming more sustainable

Could we be on the cusp of a circular pee-conomy?

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Nicholas Wakefield on LinkedIn: Take a Virtual Tour of IKEA’s New Sustainable Tiny Home

Take a Virtual Tour of #IKEA’s New #Sustainable #TinyHome

There are so many benefits to moving into a tiny home (as long as you can handle living in close…

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How would a Gigafactory contribute to the UK’s green recovery?

Reports have emerged that the UK is set to unveil funds for a national battery production centre in the UK, but efforts may still be required to ensure that battery production is aligned to the circular economy.

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Zero Waste Philippines | Sustainable Manila

Easy online shop for eco-friendly products such as Reusable Straws, Bamboo Products, Organic Toiletries.Wholesale suppliers based in Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines – world wide shipping…

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Sweet Advice for Sustainable Entrepreneurs

Heather McWhorter empowers people to create environmental change by writing about sustainable startups.

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Resource Recovery Playbook: Expectations for the Circular Economy of 2030

Resource Recovery Playbook: Expectations for the circular economy of 2030 and the steps required to achieve a sustainable future. Download your free copy now!

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Next-gen construction material startup from Finland, Betolar, lands €2 million for a circular economy

Finnish startup Betolar is a new materials startup specialised in new geopolymer based carbon neutral construction materials for the construction industry and circular economy.The company has just announced closing a €2 million funding round, led by Voima Ventures, and joined by Taaleri Sijoitus …

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Scientists launch £2.5 million project to recreate ‘smells of the past’ | Daily

The project from Europe-wide researchers, called Odeuropa, will recreate aromas that were inhaled by the world’s inhabitants between 500 and 100 years ago.

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Consultation: Introducing market restrictions on single-use plastic items in Scotland – Scottish Government – Citizen Space

Find and participate in consultations run by The Scottish Government…

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Sustainable – UNESDA

Europe’s soft drinks industry is a firm supporter of the circular economy principle outlined in the EU’s Circular Economy Action Plan. Circularity presents a real opportunity for our generation and while we have already done a lot, we recognise there is still much to be done. Read more here about the actions we are taking across a range of areas. Scroll to topic UNESDA position paper on the Circular Economy Action Plan UNESDA Soft Drinks Europe and its members have been driving sustainability throughout their value chain for decades. Packaging has an important role to play for the beverage industry, keepings its products safe, transportable and convenient for consumers. UNESDA is also a firm believer that packaging is a resource that should never be wasted. That’s why the soft drinks industry is taking numerous actions to achieve full circularity and support the Commission’s agenda to accelerate the transition towards a green economy. READ MORE Making Europe’s economy circular: the time is now By Tudy Bernier, Senior Policy Manager, UNESDA We are enthused to have sight of the Commission’s much anticipated Circular Economy Action Plan. The circular economy lies at the very heart of the Commission’s new regenerative growth strategy for Europe and UNESDA is fully committed to supporting the transition. As we embark on this next phase of Europe’s Circular Economy strategy, our industry needs three things: legal certainty, a long-term vision and a holistic approach, working in partnership with all actors. We need to create efficient collection schemes to increase collection of all beverage containers to ensure the availability of high quality rPET and continue to recycle aluminium and glass in a sustainable way. Only by doing this, can we guarantee a well-functioning internal market for secondary material. READ MORE Our packaging – sustainability and circularity PET recycling rates…

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Full article: Environmental Justice and Transformations to Sustainability

Global carbon emissions continue to rise, 1 rates of global biodiversity loss continue to increase, 2 and social and economic inequalities continue to widen. 3 Signi­ficant global social movements …

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Cascadia Innovation Corridor Virtual Forum: Sustainable Agri-foods and Agri-tech in Cascadia

Join us on Friday, November 20th for the Cascadia Innovation Corridor’s next virtual forum, Sustainable Agri-foods and Agri-tech in Cascadia. The forum will explore COVID-19’s impact on supply chains for local producers, buyers, and our emergency food system and how the growing agri-tech sector is…