Cargill’s 2019 annual report was released this week, highlighting its recent efforts to be more environmentally friendly and continue growing sustainably….
Owen Sound’s operations committee is recommending council not move towards prohibiting single-use plastics at this time, but instead await a plan by the federal government to enact a national ban by 2021 at the earliest.
Melbourne woman Caroline Lambert shared a picture of ‘loose fruit hot cross buns’ in separate plastic boxes to Instagram on Wednesday, prompting outrage from shoppers online.
People have become progressively interested in green boiler technology for their households and businesses. That’s due to numerous driving factors, such as increasing awareness of the need for collective action to mitigate climate change’s effects and a desire to save energy. Thus, many are curious about the benefits of a green boiler and how installing one at a home or commercial building could help meet energy-efficiency and eco-friendliness goals. Here’s a look at how green boilers work and how they’re becoming more common in today’s society. What Are the Main Categories of Green Boiler Technology? Green boilers encompass a broad category of possibilities and each one works differently. Plus, the definition of a green boiler remains fluid. Whereas some models are merely ultra energy efficient, others use the Earth’s resources to work and are less dependent on fossil fuels.
Deadline: 25-Feb-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) This firm consultancy will explore how inclusive and green growth can be supported through strengthened value chains and circular economy (CE) approaches, specifically among poor people and communities and achieve outcomes that…
This youth-focused project will undertake both an analysis of youth social media productions (via the digital platform, TikTok), as well as a survey and interviews with youth in both Australia and Europe on their experiences and intentions regarding TikTok as a form of critical public pedagogy on climate change. The project will explore key narratives, anticipated audiences, and other aspects of whether and how youth intend for their TikTok videos to be taken up as forms of public pedagogy and solidarity building in relation to their global climate futures. In doing so, the project considers the increasingly global forms of social organisation shaped through the circulations of collective effect through digital media participation and their effects on orientations to climate change both within and across national borders. The project will engage with digital media and affect theory, critical literacies, and the environmental humanities with implications for qualitative and educational research.