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Shop local: Zero-waste converted milk float delivers sustainable food to Hackney residents

A mobile, zero-waste shop has eliminated the need for approximately 5,500 typical supermarket plastic packs since it launched in Hackney in August….

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How smart sustainable labelling can reduce the carbon footprint of food packaging

In recent years we’ve seen people of all ages taking to the streets to demand action on climate change from governments and corporations around the world. Global warming is now as likely to be discussed by your kids in the playground or by your colleagues on a coffee break as it is by politicians…

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Sustainability in action at Oracle

At Oracle, we’re committed to developing practices and products that help protect the environment. That’s why we’re always looking at how we can address sustainability challenges with solutions you can easily adopt into your core business activities.

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Biochar’s added value in sustainable land use with targeted applications – in processes, growing media & (future proof) open-field cultivation

BASTA is a project concerning the production and use of biochar in different applications. The project is carried out by UHasselt and ILVO with financial support of the FWO (Research Foundation of Flanders). Contact persons: Promoter UHasselt: Prof Dr Ann Cuypers ann.cuypers@uhasselt.be 011 26 83 26 Co-promoter ILVO: Dr Ir Bart Vandecasteele bart.vandecasteele@ilvo.vlaanderen.be 09 272 26 99 Project manager: Dr Marijke Jozefczak marijke.jozefczak@uhasselt.be 011 26 83 77

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Parliament backs consumer’s right to repair in push towards circular economy

The EU should promote durable and repairable products, as well as boost a second-hand market and tackle greenwashing, under a proposal backed by the European Parliament on Tuesday (24 November).

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Is COVID-19 Shifting Attitudes Towards Sustainability? A Case Study from Amsterdam – Our World

With a global population co-experiencing social, economic, and health impacts from the COVID-19 crisis, research in Amsterdam provides a window of insight into how the pandemic might be shaping new perceptions of sustainability.