AS part of its “circular waste management” initiative, Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) recently reported that it recycled 28 metric tons of plastic waste into useful eco-products last year.
The recycled materials were equivalent to 2.8 million plastic water bottles filling up 73 basketball courts has been recycled into eco-products like bricks for pathways, sidewalks and fences, according to the country’s leading property developer.
The Norwegian Consumer Authority thinks the fast fashion company is misleading shoppers with its so-called Conscious Collection.
We employed Density Functional Theory (DFT) to compute oxidation potentials of 1,400 homo-benzylic ether molecules to search for the ideal sustainable redoxmer design. The generated data were used …
The University of Massachusetts Boston recently developed a 25-year plan to make the campus more sustainable. As a major step in that plan, UMass partnered with Enel X to add solar, storage, and EV charging to their Boston campus.
As shoppers slowly head back to brick-and-mortar stores, new habits and new expectations for what true omnichannel is all about are taking center stage. Retailers that survived a year of baptism by fire are gearing up for commerce in 2021 and beyond by altering physical store layouts, providing customer-centric convenience and reimagining experience centers.
Take on Tomorrow, the podcast from our management publication strategy+business, brings you Episode 8: “What’s the future of worker empowerment?” The message coming from employees around the world is that they don’t want to be taken for granted. They’re finding new confidence in the shifting world of work. They’re calling on employers to listen, learn, and engage. So, how can businesses and employees find fresh opportunities in this era of new expectations? In this episode, hosts Ayesha and Lizzie hear from Tanuj Kapilashrami, group head of human resources at Standard Chartered, and Pete Brown, joint global leader for PwC’s people and organization practice, to discuss how employers and employees can thrive together.