A Swedish mapmaker stumbled across a trove of well-preserved Bronze Age jewelry last month. Tomas Karlsson was hiking in a forest outside Gothenberg when the gleam from a bronze necklace caught his eye. Archaeologists sent to the site found 50 items in all — including bronze necklaces, rings and armbands — all more than 2,500 years old.
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Ife Ogunfuwa Nigeria has led the West African region to generate 461,300 tonnes of electronic waste in 2019, a new report by the United Nations has said.According to the UN Global e-waste monitor 2020 published on Thursday, the country is still heavily reliant on informal recycling of e-waste despite…
Globally, sustainable exchange-traded fund (ETF) assets hit $150 billion last year, vaulting 25 times higher than in 2015. Yet despite this growth, sustainable ETFs—baskets of investments that focus on environmental, social and governance issues—account for roughly 5% of the entire ETF universe. What makes up this rapidly growing market? Where are the most common areas for investment? To answer this question, this infographic from MSCI breaks down the sustainable ETF universe.
Researchers in Florida have rediscovered a rare species of bee, the blue calamintha, that was last seen in 2016, prompting some to fear it might have gone extinct due to commercial citrus farms.
Recognizing Relentless Resilience and Innovative Strategies for Volunteering, CSR and Sustainability…
At a time when there is an urgent need to act more transparently, organizations across the globe are under mounting pressure to integrate more sustainable practices throughout their supply chains to limit unnecessary waste and conserve the use of resources. Doing so is no easy feat. In a world that is undeniably reliant on expansive, complex supply chains, embedding end-to-end sustainability is a major undertaking. That said, those that do so successfully are likely to create long-term value by better enabling productive and efficient operations.