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A first round of the Zero Single-Use Plastic focus group’s workshops ended this week. These took place at the ABBL, at AXA and at the Stock Exchange and brought together 113 participants from 31 companies such as Alter Domus, the SuperDrecksKëscht, the European Investment Bank, Sodexo, BGL,…
Companies may be cherry-picking sustainability measures that make them look good, while huge variation in what’s reported makes meaningful comparisons across firms impossible, a new international study shows.
Pinatex is a sustainable alternative leather made out of the waste parts of a pineapple plant. It’s one of those ideas that’s good for people and for the planet, improving incomes for farmers and producing a true circular economy material.
All 54 actions under the Circular Economy Action Plan, first launched in 2015, have now been delivered, according to the European Commission.
The introduction of congestion charges in cities can act as encouragement for motorists to opt for smaller, more efficient cars, a study has concluded.
Experts from Washington State University found that drivers who often encounter traffic jams are drawn to larger cars, which they see as safer and more comfortable.
However, modelling suggests that congestion charges can reverse this effect — freeing up drivers to feel comfortable buying more fuel efficient vehicles.