The agricultural supply industry has set out a 30-year plan to help make its part of the food chain more sustainable and meet carbon neutrality targets.
In late November 2018, together with its local partners in Lebanon, SCP/RAC, The Regional Activity Centre for Sustainable Consumption and Production, has participated to The final capitalisation Seminar of the Pilot Project entitled “Wine Innovation for Sustainable Economies” in order to discuss its outcomes. The seminar has been preceded by a visit to the beneficiary of the project in the Beqaa valley namely Château Kefraya, to have more insights about the in situ composting process piloted on its premises. The seminar has witnessed the participation of many actors and has been an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas on the circular economy in Lebanon, beyond the winery sector.
Bangkok artist and social activist Wishulada Panthanuvong is no stranger to trash. In fact, she embraces it and uses it as a medium to create sustainable beauty.
It was clear at this year’s World Economic Forum that standard business practices need to change if companies and the people they employ are going to survive the 21st century.
Special Issue “Thinking Entrepreneurially, Thinking Sustainably: How Do We Learn How? Innovative and Responsible Pedagogy in Entrepreneurship and Management Education” Print Special Issue Flyer Special Issue Editors Special Issue Information Keywords Published Papers A special issue of…