Generation Z in Hungary is lagging behind the older generations in caring about the environment, with one third of surveyed Gen Zers dismissing the protection of the environment as unimportant and declining to recycle waste, according to a survey by online retail site Jófogás.
Thoughts on ESG challenges and opportunities for Investors.
It’s not just the coffee bean that is contributing to sustainability – it’s the husk too. And this is the case for Australian-based reusable coffee cup company Huskee. Deborah Williams finds out more.
More than a decade ago, sustainability was a key theme in the property industry. It was at the top of the agenda and being driven by a strong focus from government with targets to significantly reduce waste, water usage and carbon emissions across all industries.
The Microbiology Society is undertaking a project entitled A Sustainable Future as part of our 75th Anniversary, which aims to highlight the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to our members and empower them to use their research to evidence and impact the goals. Earlier this year, we put a call out to our members to submit case studies in the following three areas: antimicrobial resistance, soil health and the circular economy.