Builders aren’t the only ones working sustainable policies into their everyday activities. Cities are also taking part, with creative approaches to eco-challenges ranging from greenhouse gas reduction to building code enforcement.
The release of the Community TV show virtual table read will be released at 2PM PDT today.Below we’ve got the details on this episode of sorts, including…
A revolution/evolution in thinking, image and action. The first Earth Day was in 1970. Two years later, the recycling logo was created by a 23-year-old engineering student who entered a competition by the Container Corporation to create a symbol for recycled paper.
Launched in 2013 by founders Iseult Ward (left, above) and Aoibheann O’Brien (right, above), FoodCloud is a non-profit social enterprise, based in Ireland, that has created surplus food redistribution solutions, offering an alternative to throwing away food.
In Ireland, more than 500 supermarkets upload details of their excess food to the platform so local charities can be notified to collect it daily. FoodCloud’s warehouse solution also redistributes surplus food from the supply chain to charities.
Data is driving innovation in the fisheries space. This conference session will illuminate best practices and lessons learned from leading technology experts and practitioners on how to derive more value from ocean data.
Lidl Ireland & Northern Ireland have announced it is set to become the first large nationwide supermarket to establish a circular economy strategy, helping to ‘fuel its logistics chain using food waste from its 209 stores on the island’. In the Republic, Lidl said it is building on its longstanding partnership with Trim-based Food Surplus Management (FSM), who will collect the retailer’s food waste and customer’s recycling deposits directly from their stores and three regional distribution centres across the region.
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