It is more apparent than ever – the food we eat and produce is affecting our planet’s health. We can change this, we can eat more sustainably, we can make changes to our diet, we can transform our food system for a healthier, sustainable planet.
sustainable lifestyle publications – The Eco Hub is a Canadian sustainable lifestyle publication that is exclusive to the online environment. Established in 2016, the website has quick…
Discarded phones and televisions are a rich source of metals, and e-waste miners see money-making potential.
Policy programmes are increasingly focusing on sustainability and ESG (environment, social and governance) issues, with ambitious new policy, regulation and law expected across the world. Coupled with increased ESG litigation and shareholder activism, and market-led developments in green, blue and sustainable finance, businesses across the globe are facing a plethora of new developments. Please join us on 28 April 2021 as we discuss some of the key themes of the transition, look at how different regions are addressing these issues and consider the challenges across the investment chain.
The role of a forest sector in the transition to a circular economy (CE) is critical. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to summarize the main findings of the most important published articles and to provide insights on the interdisciplinary space at the interface of concepts related to a forest-based CE. Moreover, it attempts to assess the challenges raised from adopting the CE in forest sector. Through a systematic literature review, 69 scientific publications were selected and evaluated by two sights: (i) a descriptive analysis and (ii) a cluster analysis of the keywords related to the forest-based CE. The study highlights the need for additional survey on optimizing the interaction between forest ecosystem services and circular economy. Further discussion is also needed about the relations of the key factors associated with the forest-based circular economy, as they emerged from the cluster analysis and the co-occurrence network map.