A huge 95 per cent of travel buyers don’t believe the industry is doing enough to minimise its impact on the environment, Traveldoo’s second annual Travel Buyer Survey has revealed. Ahead of Business Travel Show 2020, the travel and expense technology company of Expedia Group asked travel buyers…
The Cox Architecture and Aspect Studios-designed Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Project has been awarded the Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Award.
In its recently released report, Clean Energy outlines the road to 100 percent renewable, zero-carbon fuel.
Read the full story at Waste360. Mark Newton, director of corporate environmental affairs at Samsung, discusses the company’s e-waste reduction goals and milestones.
The City of Cleveland today announced it will extend the deadline for residents to opt in to the new bi-weekly curbside recycling program to Nov. 5. The announcement follows a large increase in opt-in requests over the past two weeks, almost doubling the amount. As of Oct. 21, the city has more than 17,000 requests. The previous opt-in deadline was Oct. 22. “The decision to extend the deadline helps ensure that everyone who wants to participate in the first round of the new recycling program has the opportunity to do so,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson. “We are encouraged by the increase in requests and are committed to working alongside residents to establish a more efficient and sustainable waste and recycling collection process.”
Founded by Isabella Weatherby in 2019, Peckham-based Peachy Den is the side-hustle-turned-main-hustle taking over your Instagram feed via it’s comfy 00s velour two-pieces and retro, 70s jumpsuits (The Kernel, FYI). Gracing the backs of Mia Regan, Kaia Gerber and more, it’s no surprise that the brand has reached It status so quickly. We caught up with Weatherby to learn more about your favourite figure-hugging ‘fits.