The prototype uses data that allows consumers to trace a garment’s production journey and lifecycle…
At this year’s Global Dairy Congress, Tetra Pak’s new executive vice president, Ola Elmqvist, will share insights into future thinking for sustainability.
As governments step up to address the most pressing issues, they must set a clear direction that enables private sector circular innovation.
The transition towards a circular economy is among the core objectives of policy-makers at all levels of government. Yet, its full and effective achievement strongly depends on the readiness of all the societal and economic actors. In this regard, a growing mismatch between skills and labour needs can hamper both the transition as well as the possibility to exploit its great potential for employment and social inclusion. To counter this trend and facilitate the adoption of effective models by regions and vocational educational and training (VET) organisation, AER launched a dedicated webinar within the 2020 edition of the Skillman International Forum. During the first day of the Skillman International Forum (10-11 December 2020), AER held the webinar ‘Circular Economy: Opportunities and Needs in the Labour Market’.
Your vegetables are fresh and crispy because of it. Tomatoes and berries reach your kitchen without being squashed because of it. And nearly everything you buy is sold with some type of packaging that protects what’s inside.