Very simply put, people and all the politics that surround them in an organization, are often the most challenging element of sustainability, explains Dax Lovegrove, global vice president of sustainability at Swarovski, on the latest episode of the Innovators podcast by the Current Global.
For four years, governments, private industry, and academia have striven to find effective solutions for the 17 Sustainable Development Goals as defined by the U.N.
In line with ITC’s ideology of “India First”, ITC is leading the way for sustainability in the country.
EXCLUSIVE: Amid increasing pressure from the general public, policymakers and investors, Ryanair’s first director of sustainability has said the airline is reviewing its environmental targets and processes.
A Inspire 2020 finalist project that proposes to reach more people with biofortified crops by improving their traceability in the supply chain. The project plans to implement blockchain technology on the farmX app to help value chain partners improve transparency and efficiency of business…
Creating a circular economy requires involvement from businesses, the public sector, and researchers. Canada’s “Our Food Future” provides a model. Today, a staggering 91% of all resources extracted are wasted. How can the economic system become more sustainable? Many people advocate moving to a “circular economy.” In contrast with today’s “linear” model, a circular approach keeps resources in circulation through reuse and repair. But what does a circular economy actually look like and how do we get there? What steps do businesses need to take, and how can they partner with others? How can researchers help them make the shift?