The circular economy has become a priority for state authorities and businesses across Europe. However, most organisations that want to embrace the circular economy cannot achieve fully it by themselves. While cooperation between different entities to achieve a higher goal is certainly not new, everyone can agree that there are problems to overcome and agreements to be made.
Day one will be graced by the minister of the Department of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Dr Nkosazana-Dlamini Zuma…
Zalando invited Retail Week to its head office in Berlin to unveil an ambitious sustainability strategy as the international fashion etailer changes its model to reflect contemporary consumer concerns.
For the #EURegionsWeek, SCREEN and REPLACE projects partnered to present a quick pitch: ‘How to assess circular economy projects?”…
Long-term thinking and responsible actions have always characterized the culture of the Schaeffler Group as a family business. To us, sustainability means enabling a future worth living by fostering the growth of the Schaeffler Group with a long-term view and continuity for the benefit of all stakeholders. Led by our company values sustainable, innovative, excellent, and passionate the company provides the basis for long-term, profitable growth. The new Roadmap 2025 defines three strategic priorities – innovation, agility, and efficiency. The subprogram “Sustainability & Engagement” anchors sustainability in the corporate strategy Roadmap 2025. The sustainability committee defined seven concrete sustainability targets.
On and around 31 October, CERN and other laboratories around the world will celebrate the global hunt for the universe’s missing matter – the dark matter that is thought to make up most of the matter in space. Simulation of the dark-matter distribution in the universe. Experiments worldwide are searching for this unseen matter using many different tools, such as telescopes in space and on the ground, particle beams and deep underground detectors. CERN is home to several experiments that seek out the particles that may make up dark matter. These include experiments based at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), such as ATLAS and CMS, which have broken new ground in the search for dark-matter particles, and non-LHC experiments such as CAST and NA64, which too have added new knowledge about the properties of these hypothetical particles.