Mr. Wuthichai Sithipreedanant, Senior vice president for corporate social responsibility and sustainable development of Charoen Pokphand Foods, said the company has adopted the Circular Economy principle to optimise resource use efficiency. Mr. Wuthichai Sithipreedanant leads CPF’s corporate social responsibility and sustainable development efforts. He added that CPF has proactively looked for solutions to reduce food loss and food waste generated in its business and to increase energy and water consumption efficiency as well as using more renewable energy and reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. Moreover, it has continuously reduced the use of single-use plastic throughout our value chain and taken efforts to design environmental-friendly food packaging.
In season 3, episode 5 of the Very Serious Crafts podcast, the gals are sheltering in place and looking for more time to craft. Things get a bit weird.
For the first time in history, the number of world citizens without access to electricity services has dropped below one billion, but still more than 2.8 billion people lack access to clean and affordable cooking fuels.
The United Nations called on Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt on Tuesday to recommit to talks on the operation of a giant hydropower dam, urging them to avoid any unilateral action, a day after Ethiopia began filling the dam’s reservoir. The U.N. Security Council will likely discuss the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) this week after Arab states requested the 15-member body address the issue.