Conversations with dozens of sustainability leaders from around the world for Environment + Energy Leader produced numerous insights this year. Here’s some of the best sustainability advice they shared.
Last year, the Circular Economy Transition (CET) launched the first Circular Economy Incubator with the aim of supporting early-stage startups that are dedicated to developing solutions based on circular activities such as resell, reuse, repair, and refurbish. Through a three months incubation program, startups have the opportunity to develop a minimum viable product (MVP) and validate their business model supported by one-to-one mentoring sessions with experienced coaches, workshops, networking sessions, and access to the Swiss circular startup ecosystem and a pool of experts within the field of Circular Economy.
An Engineering professor, Chulalongkorn University has successfully converted carbon dioxide to methanol via a thermochemical method that consumes less energy…
Going green can have a significant impact on your business, depending on what industry you are operating in. Shareholders and investors are more likely to invest in business models that are sustainable and are consciously reducing their impact on the environment. Many investors are even happy with smaller returns, knowing their money is being used in ways that are beneficial to the environment.
Contrary to popular belief, interior design doesn’t serve the sole purpose of enhancing the visual appeal of a space. In addition to aesthetics, it also helps in improving the functionality of a room.
Did you just move into a new apartment? Are you planning to redecorate your home? Apart from aesthetics and functionality, you can also incorporate sustainability into your interior design. Sustainable interior design is good for the environment as well as a way to make your house energy-efficient.