Discover more about the Circular Economy through Making Circles, a schools project led by Ostrero, supported by National Museums Scotland.
Residents in east Bristol were tasked with removing every piece of single-use plastic they had in their homes so it could be counted. There were 15,774 pieces in total.
The tiny Pacific island nation of Nauru has notified a U.N. body of plans to start deep-sea mining, giving the International Seabed Authority (ISA) two years to complete long-running talks on rules governing the new and controversial industry. Nauru President Lionel Aingimea notified ISA about the mining plans to be carried out by a subsidiary of The Metals Co in a letter dated June 25 and seen by Reuters on Tuesday.
Reviews of products to help reduce our use of single-use plastic, including tooth soap, bowl covers, reusable cups, cloth pads and eco glitter.
Bain & Company announced today the launch of FurtherSM, its integrated suite of ESG capabilities to deliver the firm’s collective ambition of creating a more sustainable, equitable and inclusive world. This announcement builds on Bain’s decades of industry leadership, working to create transformative impact against the world’s most pressing challenges, including the sweeping effects of climate change, structural inequities and environmental degradation.