The Waste360 40 Under 40 award recipient opens up about her career, her focus on sustainability and what she thinks the future holds for waste and recycling.
From London, Chuck Wolfe reports in with a prequel to his pending book with Tigran Haas, Sustaining a City’s Culture and Character: Principles and Best Practices. The book–which calls for a co-created, holistic understanding of place amid today’s pandemic-influenced, global/local blends–culminates a two-year project at the Centre for the Future of Places at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has acted to advance its sustainability agenda with a tailor-made communications training course designed to mainstream the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) right across the Thai travel and tourism industry.
A new study of 2,040 Australians, titled Who Do You Believe?, has found there’s a big opportunity for brands to become leaders in the sustainability space by taking greater tangible action on social and environmental issues. Almost three out of four Australians could not name a single brand or business they believe is helping improve social or environmental issues. In March, Mumbrella uncovered Australia’s top ten most prolific businesses on sustainability. The data showed actions from brands and businesses are failing to ladder up to expectations and even when they do act, 86% of Australians are sceptical about the social or environmental claims they make. But according to Australians, some brands are leading the charge. Of the one in four who could name a brand; one in five named Woolworths, one in ten named Coles and one in 20 named Cotton On.
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