Rising environmental concern over disposable plastic items has seen “single-use” become the people’s choice for the Macquarie Dictionary word of the year.
Most Australians recognise that extracting resources to make products that we use and then throw away is unsustainable. There is a call to shift to a circular economy…
A ban of single use plastic toiletry bottles at hotels to become law in California, as the governor of the state signed the bill which…
Impactalpha, Nov. 25 – A shift of up to $50 billion by the world’s largest pension fund has sent a message to the world’s biggest asset managers.
17th September 2020, 9:30-11:30 Join Welsh Water at our Embedding Sustainable Procurement virtual workshop. This virtual workshop will provide you with expert advice on how to embed sustainable procurement within your business By attending this virtual workshop you will: Gain a guide to the 5 elements that “Enables” sustainable procurement Have the ability to critique your current progress on sustainable procurement.
Europe is home to between 150,000 and 500,000 landfill sites, of which an estimated 90 percent are thought to be “nonsanitary” landfills predating the European Union Landfill Directive of 1999, according to http://new-mine.eu, the website for the European Union Training Network for Resource Recovery Through Enhanced Landfill Mining (ELFM). ELFM has the potential to provide a solution that could reduce future remediation costs and reclaim valuable land and other resources.