The coronavirus lockdown has revived Britons’ love of nature, according to a poll from the National Trust. A third of British adults are more interested in nature as a result of the lockdown, it says.
Nova Scotia plans to join a number of other Canadian provinces in moving to ban most single-use plastic bags at store checkouts. The province’s majority Liberal government introduced the bill to ban the bags Thursday as the legislature session opened. From our friends over at the : CTV News: Business Headlines You can see the Full Story: Click Here
Utilizing a place-based, collective-impact approach to comprehensive community development, SCI provides a wide array of services and resources that help mitigate social, economic, health and environmental stressors that have historically caused barriers for LMI community members to fully thrive…
From January 1, 2020, all of wet-lease operator Hi Fly’s own flights are taking to the air without any single-use plastic items on board.
In a post-COVID world, retail will no longer be the reason most people visit their high street regularly. The experience of shopping has shifted.