Hotels are going sustainable in a number of ways. Kitchen gardens may be the most exciting though. These UK hotels are leading the way. There’s something rather lovely about eating food sourced, at least in part, from your own garden. To dig into a pie, for example, and be able to look outside and see the tree from which your apples came is a certain kind of deliciousness. You know what’s even better than this? A meal sourced from mere metres away that you haven’t even had to make.
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is a technology that attracts a lot of attention and debate. Large investments and initiatives are underway from politicians and industry alike, to capture carbon dioxide emissions and tackle climate change.
To celebrate the inauguration of Green Pea, Italy’s first dedicated green retail park, Cristina Celestina of Pianca recently presented Calatea Green, a chair that follows a circular economy model. The piece is a redesign of the company’s Calatea chair, originally developed in 2017, with new, eco-friendly materials and organic aesthetics for a greener version of the classic chair.
Sustainable gastronomy can play a role in sustainable development by promoting agricultural development, food security, nutrition, sustainable food production and the conservation of biodiversity.