June’s G20 summit, the first ever to be hosted by Japan, will focus on circular economy, Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe told leaders at the Asia-Europe meeting (Asem) in Brussels on Friday. “Circular economy is a key-word for the future of Asia and Eu…
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In an exclusive interview with SAFETY4SEA, Nick Brown, Communications Director at Bureau Veritas, invites industry to bridge the gender gap and support effective leadership.
Polestar, Volvo’s electric performance brand, has opened its first production facility in Chengdu, China. It will produce the Polestar 1, an electric performance hybrid coupe. “Here in Chengdu we are not only manufacturing a premium hybrid-electric performance car,” Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath said in a prepared statement. “We have also created an inspirational manufacturing environment, a great place to work and visit. It truly reflects the Polestar brand.”
Lafarge Canada keeps sustainability at the forefront of all its operations, across Canada, and the Winnipeg Cement Terminal is the next one on the list to reap the benefits of the company’s ongoing energy efficiency reviews. Maximizing sustainability is a paying proposition, too – with Canada’s Federal Carbon Tax impacting competitiveness, the energy-intensive cement industry keeps finding new and creative ways to manage energy consumption. The energy efficiency reviews prove, however, that solutions to these challenges don’t have to be complex – and that this ongoing measurement of energy baselines is critical in determining if potential opportunities for savings exist.
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