Short food chains, often thought of as a ‘healthier’ way to get food on the table, are not necessarily synonymous with sustainability, according to a Commission official, who called for a considered approach to the trade and sustainability debate. …
At Wilsonart, our products are inspired by natural beauty, and we are inspired by preserving the greatness of nature itself. It is in our company’s DNA to maximize possibilities as we minimize waste — engineering ever-smarter surfaces that leave an ever-shrinking impact. We’re driven by our sustainability pillars, affecting what we make, how we make it, and our organizational purpose.
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Our brand new ‘Wildlife Conservation and Sustainability Society’ has produced the first issue of their half-termly newsletter, available to download below. The team consider the dangers of microplastics on marine life, and the impact of invasive species, while also inviting us to consider our own contribution to marine issues through the use of disposable face masks. This issue casts the spotlight on pangolins, the most trafficked non-human mammal on earth.
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Eastern and Southern Africa are vast, geographically diverse regions with rapidly growing populations and rising demands for energy. According to master plans for the two regional power pools, electricity demand is set to grow at between 3.4 and 5 per cent per year to 2040. Meeting that demand is key to bolstering long-term growth in the region’s 21 countries, leaving planners and policy makers with highly consequential decisions to make on the future of the energy mix.