Sustainability Quiz Spotlights Caribbean Tourism Threats
Travel Foundation program address issues integral to fragile natural environments…
Election debates and net-zero campaigns: The top 10 sustainability stories of November 2019
With COP25 and Christmas now on the horizon, we take a look back at a November packed full of sustainability and energy news. This round-up includes all the highlights from edie’s Net Zero November campaign and the build-up to the UK genera
Tell Amazon To Stop Polluting Our Planet With Single-Use Plastic Packaging
If you are one of Amazon’s 100 million+ customers you have probably received your fair share of unnecessary plastic packaging from the ecommerce giant. From polystyrene packing peanuts to non-recyclable bubble wrap to plastic-wrapped pouches of air, nearly every Amazon order arrives buried in heaps of wasteful single-use plastic packaging.
Adelaide’s new sustainability rebates revving up EV adoption
Green buildings and sustainable cities – news and views…
Inditex Under Fire for Sustainability Pledge That ‘Does Not Go Far Enough’
While Inditex’s move towards sustainability is “commendable,” it’s inadequate, labor-rights activists said.
Modeling a circular economy for electronic waste
Think about how many different pieces of technology the average household has purchased in the last decade. Phones, TVs, computers, tablets, and game consoles don’t last forever, and repairing them is difficult and often as expensive as simply buying a replacement. Electronics are integral to modern society, but electronic waste (e-waste) presents a complex and growing challenge in the path toward a circular economy—a more sustainable economic system that focuses on recycling materials and minimizing waste. Adding to the global waste challenge is the prevalence of dishonest recycling practices by companies who claim to be recycling electronics but actually dispose of them by other means, such as in landfills or shipping the waste to other countries.