Although circularity goals have risen to the top of executives’ agendas, the path to a waste-free world remains less clear. Fortune magazine’s latest white paper, produced in partnership with Dow, aims to help sustainability leaders and practitioners understand the current challenges and collaborate on circular solutions. In a year of sweeping corporate commitments to sustainability, setting zero-waste goals is a top priority at the very highest levels in business. In fact, 70 percent of business leaders see recycling and waste reduction as integral to their business operations. Although circularity goals have risen to the top of executives’ agendas, the path to realizing a waste-free world remains less clear. That’s why Fortune magazine’s latest white paper, produced in partnership with Dow, is critical to implementing and scaling sustainable solutions.
Developing the bioeconomy offers a significant opportunity for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) at the global level, while at the same time serve as strategic instruments for addressing new challenges emerging from the COVID-19 global crisis.
A half-day workshop to explore emerging topics in post-COVID-19 environmental sustainability research.
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The 4th edition of the UNWTO Euro-Asian Mountain Tourism Conference (2-5 March 2019, Berchtesgaden, Germany) highlighted the need for collective efforts in overcoming current challenges that mountain destinations are facing to adapt to new consumer trends and market changes, to address seasonality…