How can we eat more sustainably? This article is not about what diet to follow, but how you can eat sustainably whichever diet you choose.
Carlson has achieved Friend of the Sea certification for its fish oils, according to a press release. Friend of the Sea, a global certification standard for products and services that respect and protect the marine environment, recognized Carlson for it’s commitment toward sustainability, the company announced. “Carlson is proud to partner with Friend of the Sea, an organization whose mission aligns with ours in respecting and protecting our oceans and waterways,” said Carilyn Anderson, President, Carlson. “We are committed to producing high-quality omega-3 products while prioritizing sustainability.”
Post offices around the country will collect E-waste starting from October 5 to October 11 to prevent harmful materials being released to the environment by recycling the discarded electronic devices. Minister of Environment Mahinda Amaraweera told reporters yesterday that the programme will be launched under the theme “A country that breaths, Sri Lanka without E-waste,” to coincide with Postal Day.
Artist’s rendering of autonomous, continuous “liquid robots” in an animated GIF. When you think of a robot, images of R2-D2 or C-3PO might come to mind. But robots can serve up more than just entertainment on the big screen. In a lab, for example, robotic systems can improve safety and efficiency by performing repetitive tasks and handling harsh chemicals. But before a robot can get to work, it needs energy—typically from electricity or a battery. Yet even the most sophisticated robot can run out of juice. For many years, scientists have wanted to make a robot that can work autonomously and continuously, without electrical input.
Companies in Luxembourg are getting a helping hand in meeting new EU legislation on single-use plastics thanks to a project with IMS Luxembourg.
Our brand new ‘Wildlife Conservation and Sustainability Society’ has produced the first issue of their half-termly newsletter, available to download below. The team consider the dangers of microplastics on marine life, and the impact of invasive species, while also inviting us to consider our own contribution to marine issues through the use of disposable face masks. This issue casts the spotlight on pangolins, the most trafficked non-human mammal on earth.