Ethical retail is just as vital to airport sustainability as other terminal ops, but have you ever thought about how produce for food outlets is sourced?
The need for reliable renewable energy is growing fast, as countries around the world—including Switzerland—step up their efforts to fight climate change, find alternatives to fossil fuels and reach the energy-transition targets set by their governments. But renewable energy can’t be incorporated into power grids efficiently until there is a way to store it on a large scale. “Most forms of renewable energy are dependent on weather conditions, which results in large fluctuations in the power they supply,” says Danick Reynard, a Ph.D. student at EPFL’s Laboratory of Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry (LEPA). “But power grids aren’t designed to manage these kinds of fluctuations.” Hydrogen, because it can supply energy consistently regardless of the weather, is now attracting growing attention.
From an environmental sustainability standpoint, which is better: glass bottles or aluminum cans? Turns out, the answer is not so clear-cut.
Ciao tutti. It’s that time again, when all aesthetically-trained eyes look to Milan as the city explodes in a Springtime riot of sunshine (we hope) and inspired new design. The annual Salone del Mobile, of course, is no ordinary design show.
Switzerland based Bonhôte Fund Solutions has signed a partnership with the Decalia Circular Economy theme-based fund. As part of the partnership, the Bonhôte…