Composites manufacturers make operational changes that are environmentally friendly and fiscally sound. Composites manufacturers are accustomed to having their products evaluated on properties like performance and pricing.
New research by the Fight Food Waste Cooperative Research Centre (FFW CRC) shows beef, bread, cheese, and salad are the most thrown out foods in Australian kitchens. The study is the largest investigation ever undertaken in Australia, using data from multiple sources to determine the how, why and where of food waste in Australian homes. FFW CRC chief executive officer, Dr Steven Lapidge, said the researchers used on-line surveys, electronic kitchen diaries, audits of kerb side bins and focus groups to understand what is really happening. The study shows that while most of us think we don’t waste food, we do, and we waste a lot. The average household throws away 219 kg of food a year. That adds up to an average of $965 per person per year – enough for a holiday.
FICCI LEADS is an initiative to evolve a shared vision among global leaders, to reimagine economic growth. In the backdrop of self-reliance, economic resilience and multilateralism, the focus would be 21st century challenges and giving a fresh meaning to global business value chains.
Coty has announced its updated sustainability platform, Beauty That Lasts. The goals set by the US beauty behemoth center around three pillars: The Beauty of our People, The Beauty lof our Products and The Beauty of our Planet.
Today, with generous support from the Mava Foundation, Circle Economy announces the Circle City Scan Tool: a digital tool that supports cities and regions around the world in creating an action plan for the transition to the circular economy.
Originally designed in 1956, this mid-century property in Indianapolis has been remodeled to reflect the new owner’s modern, sustainable style.