Climate change, the ocean and its people: Unprecedented challenges, workable solutions and a sustainable future | Ocean Sustainability Bergen | UiB
The annual Ocean Sustainability Bergen (OSB) Conference offers a platform for students, researchers, and practitioners from around the world to come together and discuss the biggest threats facing our ocean, and explore innovative and practical solutions to combat these threats. The conference also serves to promote knowledge and activities related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in particular the work of the University of Bergen and other universities in Norway and around the world. This year, the OSB Conference aims to highlight one of the largest, and most complex, threats facing our ocean today: climate change.
Urban Travel, Sustainability & Accessibility: ORHAN PAMUK’S ISTANBUL
NEW YORK TIMES WORDS/STEVE WRIGHT IMAGES Mr. Pamuk — fascinated and disturbed by the rise of political Islam in Turkey and the Middle Eas…
A Pyramidal Approach to Upgrading Rio’s Favelas, Part 4: Political Will, Social Capital and Sustainability
This is the fourth article in a six-part series on the application of Meléndez’s Pyramid for Favela Upgrading to the city of Rio de Janeiro and its favelas. This pyramidal concept was conceived by the author of this series as a proposed methodology to achieve more coherent and sustainable results…
LafargeHolcim Awards for Sustainable Construction
LafargeHolcim Awards for Sustainable Construction open for entries: call for exemplary sustainable construction projects, visionary design concepts – bold ideas from the Next Generation.
Hero Technologies’ Ties Cannabis Sustainability to Profitability
Hero Technologies (OTC PINK:HENC; Twitter: @heroicmindtech), a cannabis company focused on a vertically integrated strategy, today revealed cost projections for its proprietary indoor cannabis growing system. The company calculates that its aeroponic cultivation technology, coupled with state-of-the-art sun chambers, will enable it to produce cannabis for wholesale distribution at approximately $100 per pound. With this cost basis, the company expects that its indoor cannabis operations will be environmentally sustainable as well as highly profitable.
Black Bear and MMEC Mannesmann join forces to bring the circular economy to tires
MMEC Mannesmann GmbH (MMEC), a global leader in Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) and Black Bear, the Dutch Tire-to-Carbon-Black-Upcycling-Company today announced a strategic partnership to accelerate the rollout of Black Bear’s breakthrough technology to produce recovered Carbon…