A new business intelligence report released by HTF MI with title “Global Sustainable Tourism Market Size, Status and Forecast 2019-2025” is designed covering micro level of analysis by manufacturers and key business segments.
Recommended actions to protect “Our planet, our health” Reimagine your world #HealthierTomorrow – What can you do to protect our planet and our health? Governments: Prioritize long-term human wellbeing and ecological stability in all decision-making.Prioritize wellbeing in all businesses, organizations, social and ecological goals. Keep fossil fuels in the ground. Stop new fossil fuel exploration and projects and implement policies on clean energy production and use. Stop fossil fuel subsidies. Re-invest fossil fuel subsidies in public health. Tax the polluters. Incentivize carbon reduction. Implement the WHO air quality guidelines. Electrify health care facilities with renewable energies. Reduce air pollution levels to reduce the burden of disease from stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, and both chronic and acute respiratory diseases, including asthma. Tax highly processed foods and beverages high in salt, sugars and unhealthy fats.
Until recently, most HR professionals have stayed on the sidelines of corporate sustainability and their firm’s ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) investment activity. But with increasing pressure from investors, employees, and other key stakeholders, HR executives are leaning in to the strategic opportunity of a sustainability lens and sustainable Human Capital Management (HCM) practices. For the past year, our Human Capital Investment and Reporting Council (HC IRC) has explored ways to bring sustainable business practices into people management.
Developing the bioeconomy offers a significant opportunity for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) at the global level, while at the same time serve as strategic instruments for addressing new challenges emerging from the COVID-19 global crisis.
Thai researchers have developed a portable device – whimsically shaped like a chilli pepper – that can assess how ‘hot’ a pepper will be by detecting how much capsaicin it contains. Chilli peppers are a popular food ingredient around the world. But all types of chillis contain different levels of capsaicin. This is a compound that gives chilli peppers their kick and may give a palate-singeing burn to people not used to spicy foods.
Our home designs are an identifying aspect of our nation’s culture. Wood panelling, bay windows, and stone bricks are instantly recognisable as a product of British construction when compared to other homes around the world. As we progress through the years, it’s inspiring to see how our homes have also changed with the times – both inside and out. From Tudor panelling to double-glazed windows, home designs throughout history have played a bigger role in our lives and culture than you may think. So, how have we got here? How have housebuilders and homemakers through the years shaped the development of what we call home?