For the past several years, California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act has been the talk, not only of the town and of the state, but also of the national and international groundwater and environmental policy community.
Although the two concepts of lean and sustainable construction have been developed due to different incentives, and they do not pursue the same exact goals, there exists considerable commonality between them.
Our top story this week looks at how Namo is taking informal e-waste pickers into its fold to help tackle India’s spiralling problem with the sector.
A circular economy differs from a linear economy quite fundamentally: the step plan, the perspective on sustainability, and the quality of reuse practices.
Climate concerns have already been placing pressure on traditional ‘take, make, dispose’ economic and business models. In contrast to these linear approaches, circularity decouples economic activity from the consumption of materials and energy by creating closed-loop cycles in which waste is…