DXC Technology Announces New Global Environmental Goals in 2019 Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report…
To mark the launch of the long-awaited EURO 2020 tournament, Food Active and the Children’s Food Campaign have teamed up with a new survey to hear what parents think about the marketing of less healthy food and drink through sport. As EURO 2020 finally kicks off on 11 June, so has a massive sponsorship campaign with Coca Cola. A Summer of Sport-themed junk food promotions are popping up everywhere, and that’s no Pringoooals joke. Whether it’s Salt and Lineker flavour Walkers’ crisps at the UEFA Champions League or Peter Crouch sitting on a Just Eat delivery bike, McDonalds adverts splashed across the Olympic swimming and tracks, or cricket teams dressed as KP Snack packets for England Cricket Board’s new family-friendly tournament The Hundred, the race to use sport to sell us more unhealthy food is definitely on.
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Thermoelectric materials, capable of transforming heat into electricity, are very promising for converting residual heat into electrical energy, as they convert hardly usable or nearly lost thermal energy in an efficient way. Researchers at the Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC) have created a new concept of thermoelectric material, published in the journal Energy & Environmental Science. It is a device composed of cellulose, produced in situ in the laboratory by bacteria, with small amounts of a conductive nanomaterial, carbon nanotubes, using a sustainable and environmentally friendly strategy.