Every day we do things and make various choices that in one way or another impact our environment, as well as other living beings and climate. Maybe some people are not aware of it, but that’s the reality.
FarEye CEO Kushal Nahata shared his thoughts on how enterprises can control carbon emissions in the supply chain operations delivery ecosystem in a post titled ‘Sustainability – Impact Across The Supply Chain And Modes’. He outlined how big brands are setting aggressive green goals to meet carbon-neutral targets set by the state. Today, the topic of sustainability has gained higher prominence with Simon Kafe, the foreign minister of island nation Tuvalu, giving a speech to the United Nations climate conference in Glasgow (COP26) by standing knee-deep in island waters to emphasize the impact of climate change. The COP26 conference, which attracted delegates from 200 countries, has the plan to accelerate efforts towards a sustainable future, and that includes decarbonization of road transport; achieving zero-emission vehicles by 2040.
A wine bottle made from 94% recycled paperboard has been launched by UK packaging company Frugalpac and it can take other spirits too.
On October 10 and 11, the U.S.Chamber of Commerce Foundation hosted 25 sustainability and waste management professionals for a Chicago Business Delegation Tour that focused on the circular economy in…
Vilnius’ abundance of nature, old forests and picturesque hills make it one of the greenest capitals in Europe. But Vilnius is also going greener and becoming more sustainable, making it easier to preserve the environment and leave a smaller footprint. Even if you don’t think about it every day, the smallest of actions can make a difference. Try buying fresh produce from local farmers, shopping at bulk stores, raising your kids in an eco-friendly way, making friends with like-minded people, exchanging various household items and participating in clean-ups. To make it even easier, check out this list of great sustainable stores and environmental events in Vilnius.