Acting on the need for reducing pollution and promoting sustainable development, Kochi Metro Rail Limited has decided to adopt the circular economy principles. Activities in a circular economy follow reduce (minimum use of raw materials), reuse (maximum reuse of products and components), and recycle (high-quality reuse of raw materials) principles where the life of the product gets extended. Unlike the linear process, it means implementing systemic changes that add value and reduce substantial procedural waste. The waste from the end of the supply chain is directed to the beginning thereby using the resources more efficiently by utilising them more than once.
Independent men’s grooming brand King of Shaves has pledged to end the use of single use plastic by 2023. To that end, the brand has launched Code Zero, a lifetime use, refillable metal range and announced a partnership with Surfers Against Sewerage.
The cities will share knowledge and best practice from case studies developed in the Circular London and Circular Glasgow projects which began in 2017…
Since it opened in 2011, the restaurant’s become a leader of the city’s environmentally conscious restaurant world.
Six Senses cares about the hosts and local communities. Committed to preserving the environment and sustainable operations, Six Senses Zil Pasyon, Six Senses Ninh Van Bay and Six Senses Laamu have been working on various sustainability campaigns, fulfilling their environmental responsibility…
A circular economy is an economic system that focuses on eliminating waste and the unnecessary use of resources. What that means to businesses, industries and individuals can vary, leading many to ask, “Which practice supports a circular economy?” Using resources efficiently is the practice that is central to how the circular economy is implemented. In other words, the goal of a circular economy is to use as few resources as possible by keeping materials in circulation and getting the greatest value from them.