Schools in regional South Australia have tossed wrapper foods to halve waste and increase students’ consumption of fresh food.
Nearly three-quarters of Democrats said they wanted to buy more sustainable clothing, versus 43 percent of Republicans, per Shopper.com.
Plastic bans are increasing around the world, a necessary step to save our environment, writes Sarah King of Greenpeace Canada. Angela Logomasini of the Competitive Enterprise Institute argues that, although well meaning, such bans create more problem than they solve.
Bertrand Piccard and the Solar Impulse Foundation have officially surpassed their target of identifying and awarding 1000 clean and profitable solutions with the Solar Impulse Label. More than 1100 solutions worldwide have received the Label. The Solar Impulse Foundation, led by explorer and psychiatrist Bertrand Piccard, has passed the mark of 1000+ identified solutions to protect the environment in a financially profitable way.
Technology? Check. A sustainable workforce of the future? Check. Circular design? Check. Google’s District and Renewable Energy Lead Asim Tahir on how Google…