The sixth Interregional policy learning workshop & peer review of the STOB regions project took place on 26th and 27th of September 2018, in Bucharest, Romania and organized by project partner Ilfov County Council. The first day was dedicated to introducing the participants to the thematic workshop topic: Matchmaking. The workshop began with an introduction and welcome speech by Ionel Scriosteanu, Public Manager of Ilfov County Council. The first thematic lecture of the day, delivered by Dan Crivat of TradeX, a national business transfer platform, explored the intricacies of the transfer environment in Romania as well as an overview of the TradeX platform. The second thematic lecture presented by Gabriel-Alexandru Tolomey, Senior Business Development Advisor at Soft Tehnica, offered his viewpoint and experiences of national mergers and acquisitions.
Manufacturers who incorporate technology into their packaging can use it to help towards a Circular Economy, according to Eef de Ferrante, director, AIPIA (Active & Intelligent Packaging Industry Association).
The onus to live sustainably has never been greater. It drives everyday actions from making sure we recycle our rubbish to carrying reusable cups and bottles with us wherever we go. But there’s an enormous part of many people’s lives that they probably don’t pay much attention to and that’s where…
Dominik Isler – CEO, Swiss Economic Forum – on connecting with Swiss #circulareconomy #entrepreneurs at the online summit ‘Zero-waste: Build a Profitable Bus…
Equinix, Inc., the world’s digital infrastructure company™, today announced a new International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data center in Paris, France. Part of Equinix’s Saint-Denis campus, the new site—named PA10—will be the tenth data center opened by Equinix in Paris over the course of 20 years. It will provide global and local businesses and partners alike with the ability to connect directly and securely to the world’s digital economy, via comprehensive digital ecosystems.
Join us for support in navigating Bellingham’s upcoming single-use plastics ordinance. Learn best practices and strategies from food industry professionals who have already made the switch. Come with your questions, ideas, and success stories. This virtual event will be recorded for those who can’t make it live, please register and a link to the recording will be sent to you along with any resources mentioned in the event.
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Administrative and Sustainability Manager
Melissa Elkins has worked for the Community Food Co-op since 1996 and has been the sustainability manager for the last decade. She works closely with Co-op management to create systems that support the Co-op’s mission, vision, and values.
Since 1970, the Community Food Co-op has provided our local community access to the largest variety of local and organic foods in Whatcom County. The Co-op is dedicated to a continued reduction of single use plastic in their deli and bakery production and maintaining a 90% diversion from the landfill for their internal waste stream.