GRCC’s new green roof reflects continued commitment to sustainability | Grand Rapids Community College
Nov. 24, 2020 GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Grand Rapids Community College’s commitment to sustainability is reflected in its newest construction project through a 10,000-square-foot green roof on the Wisner-Bottrall Applied Technology Center expansion.
As a National Sponsor for MFG Day, the manufacturing team at Microsoft is proud to join the #CreatorsWanted movement to fill the skills gap and inspire a diverse workforce with intelligent and data-driven manufacturing. Intelligent manufacturing is shaping our future in exciting ways that enable manufacturers to digitally transform to achieve growth and exceptional customerRead more
The Ultimate Multifunctional, Eco-Friendly, and Sustainable Backpack with a Twist – The Aalpha Reporter
Airback is an innovative, versatile, and eco-friendly backpack that assures an exclusive mix of purpose, functionality, and style.
Porto based company By the Book has recently launched a unique multifunctional backpack on Kickstarter that can also double as a convenient accessory for different life situations. Titled “Airback,” the backpack is an eco-friendly product manufactured from recycled plastic bottles.
Etikway.com is the online marketplace for the best slow & ethical fashion brands including organic & vegan cosmetics. Made ethically for you!
KTN-iX provides you with the opportunity to become directly linked to, or collaborate with, key industry stakeholders who are actively seeking the most innovative solutions to help them achieve their full potential.
As consumers increasingly seek out sustainability, Hyosung is working to create eco-friendly stretch solutions.
Facilities and property management clients benefit from integrated utility management and Smart Asset Management to maximise the value of their properties.
Free CPD training with Lyfta; Teach Sustainable Development Goals, Skills & Values with Lyfta. Part of the British Council’s Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning Programme.
Our children need to be aware of SDGs and should be prepared to identify challenges and problems that need solutions. Nurturing an ‘Entrepreneurial Outlook’ and a ‘Design Thinking’ mindset at an early age will empower our children to come up with creative solutions. The Entrepreneurship & Sustainability Program will be a step-by-step learning process in ‘Innovation’, ‘DesignThinking’ and ‘Entrepreneurship’ Theme: Nurturing Change-Makers of Tomorrow Download Brochure Last date of application submission: November 16, 2020 Program start date: November 17, 2020 Venue: Online Contact Person: [email protected] or [email protected]
G4S Events UK Managing Director Chris Burr discusses safely restarting concerts, sports and events after the Covid19 pandemic in the first of a series of video blogs….
This course presents tools, methods, and processes to monitor and report on Indicator 14.b.1 “Securing sustainable small-scale fisheries” within Goal 14 and the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.
Introduction to Sustainable Water Management, Flood and Coastal Risk Management, Environment and Development and Political Ecology, Tuesday 24 November, 5:00pm | Lancaster University
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Many of the major leaps in the English planning system have happened as a result of crisis. COVID-19 has had a wide range of primary and secondary impacts and has reconfigured how London operates. Planners have a vital role in supporting the opportunity to support sustainable, resilient and inclusive recovery from COVID-19. This session will explore what sustainable recovery looks like for London and how can planners and the wider built environment profession support its delivery. How will London look in 2030 if we get sustainable recovery right? What are the risks if we do not achieve it? You will leave the session inspired and with lots of practical ideas of action that you can take! This webinar will help you: Understand what sustainable recovery is and the role of planners in achieving it Explore the opportunities and challenges in achieving a sustainable recovery within London Draw the links between sustainable recovery and wider issues including tackling the climate crisis and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals Identify practical actions for planners and the built environment profession in championing sustainable recovery Speakers: Dan Jestico – Director of Futures, Iceni Projects Jon Emmett – Senior Policy and Programmes Officer, Sustainable Development, Greater London Authority Isabella Krabbe – Policy Research Officer, Royal Town Planning Institute Robyn Skerratt (Webinar Chair) – RTPI Young Planner of the Year 2020