We evaluate the challenges, impacts and opportunities for sustainable travel in Scotland. We assess the feasibility of travel and transport proposals, and develop well-researched, innovative new projects and programmes to change the way people travel.
Zero-packaging stores – where rows of jars and refill stations sit full of food that is ready for consumers to fill up containers brought from home – have proliferated in recent years. Yet they tend to be more expensive than their supermarket equivalents and therefore a more aspirational offering – and they may not be as beneficial to the environment as they first seem. Damage to products is the prime concern – packaging protects goods on a journey, saving shoppers valuable pennies and keeps items fresher for longer, too.
At first glance, the business of recycling and reusing small electronics sounds neither glamorous nor lucrative. However, given forecasts of up to 50 billion…
The Environmental Services Association says the National Infrastructure Assessment is good but misses an opportunity to ‘move away from blunt municipal recycling targets.
Photography is more than an enjoyable hobby or career; it can also shed light on important global issues. Sustainability is one particular cause it can help with. As a photographer, you can do a lot to promote a brighter future for the planet. This guide will highlight nine things you can do to contribute to this movement.
Lafarge Canada keeps sustainability at the forefront of all its operations, across Canada, and the Winnipeg Cement Terminal is the next one on the list to reap the benefits of the company’s ongoing energy efficiency reviews. Maximizing sustainability is a paying proposition, too – with Canada’s Federal Carbon Tax impacting competitiveness, the energy-intensive cement industry keeps finding new and creative ways to manage energy consumption. The energy efficiency reviews prove, however, that solutions to these challenges don’t have to be complex – and that this ongoing measurement of energy baselines is critical in determining if potential opportunities for savings exist.
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