As consumer giants Coca-Cola and Carlsberg recently announced the switch to plant-based plastics that break down within a year, Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan encourages local manufacturers to follow suit. Pangilinan noted that his Senate Bill 40, which seeks to ban the use, manufacture, and importation of single-use plastic, also encourages the research and development of biodegradable alternatives, and incentivizes individuals and groups, including businesses, that manufacture these alternatives.
According to CNBC , Fitbit is in the process of submitting technology for review by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and aims to have a device approved under new emergency rules.
Motorsport governing body FIA has developed 100 percent sustainable fuel for Formula 1 cars. The organization and F1 aim to hit net zero carbon emissions by 2030, and sustainable fuels will play a key role in that. With its fuel, which is made from bio waste, FIA aims to demonstrate that renewable sources of fuel are viable for grands prix. It’s encouraging F1 suppliers to develop their own such fuels, while engine manufacturers have received their first barrels of the FIA fuel for testing.
Say hello to our new fleet of 8 electric cargo bikes, coming soon to London postcodes near you! One bike alone can reduce around 6,700 KG of CO2 per year so now with more goods flowing into our cities than ever before, there’s never been a better time to introduce emission-free pickup and deliveries – all part of our Reduce, Replace, Revolutionize strategy.