Hypromag Ltd was founded in 2018 by the four directors David Kennedy, Rex Harris, John Speight and Allan Walton. Our aim is to develop a full recycling supply chain for rare earth magnets based upon neodymium iron boron (NdFeB).
The City of Regina has put out a survey looking for resident feedback on ways to help reduce the use of single-use plastics….
The European Commission adopted a communication on sustainable buildings with the aim to reduce the environmental impact of buildings by improving the overall resource efficiency.Level(s) is a voluntary reporting framework to improve the sustainability of buildings…
4-H has been around for more than 100 years. In celebration of the Sarasota County Centennial, join us to learn about sustainability and what 4-H is about then and now. Learn how 4-H provides “learn by doing” experiences that increase knowledge, develop life skills and more. 4-H is a youth development program for kids ages 5 to 18 years old. Volunteers work with youth through clubs, camps and school programs. Learn about opportunities to volunteer or engage your family in 4-H! Hosted by Sarah Davis,Extension Agent II, University of Florida/IFAS Extension and Sustainability Sarasota County.
From pretty much the moment Russia invaded Ukraine, its war in the country has been held up as an example of “fundamental flaws” in sustainable investing. Denunciations have claimed sustainable funds eschew military contractors and fossil fuels at a time the world most needs them. Such critiques are sloppy and unsupported by data. For starters, most critics don’t know what sustainable investing even is. For the most part, their claims reflect a total lack of understanding of the diversity of the field. They seem to think sustainable investing is dogmatic, monolithic, and undifferentiated. What they don’t understand is that sustainable investing is a big tent, addressing a spectrum of investor concerns and preferences. Yes, like all funds, sustainable funds seek to deliver competitive investment results.
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