News trade shows : Pure London’s upcoming edition on 10-12 February at London Olympia will be free of single-use plastics as part of the fashion fair’s Power of One campaign.(#1064534)…
Bouncing light from ear to ear, the Baguette Semi-Bezel Studs flaunt the sleek facets of a sustainably created baguette diamond. Set in 14k solid gold.
Epson has launched a non-financial ‘Green Report’. The Green Choice Report highlights Epson’s commitment to environmental, societal and product sustainabil
A pair of bills designed to drastically reduce plastic waste in California passed the Senate and Assembly appropriations committees on Thursday….
After China recently stopped accepting recyclables from the United States, more and more plastic material started being burned or landfilled. To address this, California aimed to become one of the first states to ban single-use plastics, but the bill was blocked by industry lobbyists.
With an initiative funded by the KOREA-AFRICA ECONOMIC COOPERATION (KOAFEC) focused on waste management, the African Development Bank aims to accelerate the circular economy in Africa, a model which aims to minimize waste and maximize value from resources through the recovery and regeneration of products at the end of their typical service life. The rationale for the initiative, entitled “ Development of a Green Growth Investment Program in Africa focused on waste management and the circular economy,” is that waste management constitutes one of the major developmental challenges for Africa. It has serious potential consequences in terms of environmental quality, public health, fisheries, agriculture, and sustainable development. The expected outcome of the KOAFEC intervention is a stronger enabling environment for sustainable waste management and circular economy activities. This will be delivered through an enhanced policy and regulatory framework, capacity building and resource mobilization activities.