The partnership will enable the cruise line to replace all single-use plastic bottles across its fleet by January 2020.
Until the practice of sustainability becomes mainstream, the cost to the consumer will remain high. Is there cause for optimism?
SANDAKAN, Sept 13 — The Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry through the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) and Malaysian Palm Oil Certification Council (MPOCC) is vigorously undertaking its ‘Jom MSPO’ programme to promote sustainability certification among smallholders.
We asked 30 experts with a connection to the circular economy about the direction the circular economy is going in – with and without the effects on it of the COVID-19 pandemic.
While most of us may know Michelin for its tires, it’s thrown its hat into the shipping sector in the name of sustainable mobility. The company recently unveiled its ‘Wing Sail Mobility’ (WISAMO) project, which features an automated, telescopic, inflatable sail system that can be installed on most merchant ships and pleasure craft. Michelin designed and developed the sails as part of a partnership with two Swiss inventors.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is now accepting applications for the new E-Cycle Wisconsin Electronics Collection Grant for projects that will host an electronics collection site or event, or series of collection sites or events, in 2022 or the beginning of 2023. “Protecting our precious natural resources and world-class outdoor spaces is key to protecting our way of life here in Wisconsin,” said Gov. Tony Evers. “And as electronics have become an everyday part of our lives, we have to ensure every community has ways to recycle them and reduce their waste. That’s why I’m proud to have signed Act 79 into law, which will provide resources to local communities, Tribal Nations, businesses, and nonprofits so they can collect electronics waste and keep their environments safe and clean for kids and families to enjoy for generations.”
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