Kingfisher has been one of the front runners in transforming its business into a more circular business. The focus? Smarter consumption and get ‘more from less’. Create less waste Retail Detail had an exclusive interview with Caroline Laurie, Head of Sustainability of Kingfisher plc.
An elegant new algorithm developed by Danish researchers can significantly reduce the resource consumption of the world’s computer servers. Computer servers are as taxing on the climate as global air traffic combined, thereby making the green transition in IT an urgent matter. The researchers, from the University of Copenhagen, expect major IT companies to deploy the algorithm immediately. One of the flipsides of our runaway internet usage is its impact on climate due to the massive amount of electricity consumed by computer servers. Current CO2 emissions from data centers are as high as from global air traffic combined—with emissions expected to double within just a few years.
Sir, – I support Aoife Lord’s encouragement to the next government in relation to banning single-use plastic (Letters, February 13th). Perhaps the first items they should ban are the plastic cable ties used for election posters. – Yours, etc, EAMONN BYRNE, Castleknock, Dublin 15.
Enbridge (ENB) says it has published a framework for issuing sustainability-linked bonds, the first in the North American energy midstream sector, which links its ESG goals…
ALTON This year’s Riverbend Earth Day Festival, celebrated at Old Bakery Beer Company, was a joint venture between the beloved local brewery and the Piasa…
A new business intelligence report released by HTF MI with title “Global E-waste Recycling Market Status and Future Forecast 2015-2024 Market” has abilities to raise as the most significant market worldwide as it has remained playing a remarkable role in establishing progressive impacts on the universal economy. The Global E-waste Recycling Market Report offers energetic visions to conclude and study market size, market hopes, and competitive surroundings.