So many kids in our society today are not exposed to what is happening to the Earth around them, to no fault of their own. Kids are by nature curious about what is going on around them, but only to what they are introduced to.
Nestlé Waters North America has hired David Tulauskas as vice president and chief sustainability officer. Tulauskas will also serve as a member of the Stamford-based company’s executive team.
Queen Elizabeth II will attend the United Nations climate change conference in Scotland in November, organizers said on Friday. British official Alok Sharma, president of the COP26 conference, said he is “absolutely delighted” the queen will be at the event, which is due to be held in Glasgow on November 1-12. Details of the monarch’s schedule have not been released. World leaders, climate campaigners and activists from around the world are due to attend the UN conference, which was postponed for a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Every month, around 129 billion disposable masks are used around the world. Large enterprises and independent researchers alike are now trying to come up with ways to recycle them and put them to their best possible use as an innovation. Here are the current plans and execution of the COVID-19 Mask Recycling. Australian researchers plan to turn single-use Covid masks into road material. Their research showed that using recycled face mask fibre to construct only one kilometer of the two-lane road will consume approximately 3 million masks, sparing 93 tonnes of waste from being disposed of in landfills.
It’s the end of July and so much still remains unknown. Administrators and educators are continuing to work so hard to do what’s best for learners while following the recommendations and limitations…