AirAsia on Tuesday said it joins calls from business groups and local government units (LGU) to allow leisure travel subject to strict “bubble tourism” for island destinations, such as Panglao and Boracay.
AS part of its “circular waste management” initiative, Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) recently reported that it recycled 28 metric tons of plastic waste into useful eco-products last year.
The recycled materials were equivalent to 2.8 million plastic water bottles filling up 73 basketball courts has been recycled into eco-products like bricks for pathways, sidewalks and fences, according to the country’s leading property developer.
BorgWarner has entered into a global agreement to supply its advanced eTurbo™ to a major European OEM for use in a high-voltage hybrid passenger car. BorgWarner’s advanced electric boosting technology provides significant engine efficiency and performance benefits while also enabling the automotive manufacturer to meet increasingly strict emissions regulations. This will be the company’s first application of its electrically assisted turbocharger in a high-voltage hybrid vehicle.
Air France-KLM, Total, Groupe ADP and Airbus Join Forces to Decarbonize Air Transportation and Carry Out The First Long-Haul Flight Powered By Sustainable Aviation Fuel Produced in France
Air France-KLM, Total, Groupe ADP and Airbus have joined forces to carry out the first long-haul flight powered by Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)1 produced in France. At 3:40 p.m. today, Air France Flight 342 took off from Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport’s Terminal 2E for Montreal with its tanks filled for the first time with sustainable aviation fuel produced in Total’s French plants.
This flight is a tangible result of the four groups’ shared ambition to decarbonize air transportation and to develop a SAF supply chain in France, prerequisite to the generalization of their use in French airports.
How are you responding to the climate emergency? You may be taking action at a personal level to do your bit. Reducing air travel, eliminating single use plastics, eating less meat. You may believe the task is too daunting to be tackled as an individual and have decided to look away.
The United Nations recognises that urgent collective action is necessary. It has created 17 Sustainable Development Goals to help countries and organisations shape their response. The SDGs help governments set their own targets for changes within national economies. These changes will be complex and far reaching. A new generation of consultants and service providers has sprung up to help businesses navigate this upheaval.
Scoular on Tuesday announced the name for its new sustainable and innovative barley-based protein source for aquaculture and pet food: Emerge™. Emerge, both traceable and non-GMO, is the only barley-based protein for feed customers.
“As the demand for clean-label protein grows, both the aquaculture and pet food industries are seeking alternative and sustainable plant-based protein sources,” said Scoular manager JC Olson. “Emerge is a high-quality ingredient to meet the demand for the feed ingredient supply chain.”
Sustainable Mobility: Webuild signs agreement to start work on Verona-Padua High-Speed Rail Line five months early | MarketScreener
Webuild Group and its partner in the IRICAV DUE consortium have signed five months ahead of time an agreement with Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (Gruppo Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane) to start work on the second and final construction lot of the first functional lot of the Verona-Bivio Vicenza section of the Verona-Padua high-speed/high-capacity railway valued at €1.596 million.
This month’s highlights include our new report with public sector caterers, which shows a shift to climate and nature friendly menus, with 80% committed to reducing meat. Our Executive Director, Simon Billing, was interviewed on Times Radio to discuss why public sector catering must take the lead on eating better.
We may have finally reached a tipping point when it comes to action on climate change. 1 Energy companies, manufacturing companies, and governments around the world are setting realistic goals and, more importantly, taking real action. Today’s blog is about how climate action relates to supply chain management. Almost every company these days has a sustainability page on their website. Some use the term circularity. You can think of circularity as a subset of sustainability.