In an effort to promote circular economy and reducing single-use waste, revolv is organising a reusable cup-sharing event titled ‘Tiong Bahru Takeover’ during the weekend of 24- 25 August 2019.For one weekend only, revolv is collaborating with four cafes in Tiong Bahru to enable customers to get …
Colleges around the world have been taking major steps to enhance and grow their sustainability studies college majors and specialization options.
We share highlights from Feria Hábitat Valencia, the Spanish trade fair for furniture, kitchens, lighting and decorative accessories.
Bensons for Beds is set to extend its range of environmentally-friendly products after the success of a mattress recycling scheme in less than a year.
Plastic is probably in your food or drinking water, and now scientists fear it might be flowing through your veins. A small study published last month found that the blood of 17 out of 22 people contained microplastics — plastic fragments smaller than a sesame seed. It’s the first time those tiny bits of fossil-fuel product have been detected in human blood, but the discovery is no surprise to plastics researchers. “Plastics are everywhere,” Rolf Halden, the director of the Biodesign Center for Environmental Health Engineering at Arizona State University, told Insider. Previous studies have found microplastics in humans’ food, drinking water, poop, placentas, and lungs, and drifting through the air we breathe.