Understand the difference in practices between organic, biodynamic wines and natural wines. You will taste wines from a variety of wine-producing countries, including a sparkling wine, two white wines, an orange wine, a pink wine and three red wines.
Rapidly increasing solar photovoltaic (PV) installations has led to environmental and supply chains concerns. The United States relies on imports of raw materials for solar module manufacturing and imports of PV cells and modules to meet domestic demand. As PV demand increases, so will the need to mine valuable materials—a motivation for domestic reuse and recycling. Moreover, decommissioned PV modules could total 1 million tons of waste in the United States by 2030, or 1% of the world’s e-waste. This presents not only waste management concerns but also opportunities for materials recovery and secondary markets.
Jordan Davidson – Ireland is ready to say goodbye to plastic cutlery, plastic balloon sticks and grocery items wrapped in plastic.
Upcycling of food ingredients, opportunities for hemp and cannabidiol (CBD), positive impacts of ethical sourcing and foods that promote biodiversity will be discussed at the Sustainable Foods Summit in San Francisco (January 22-23).
Entrepreneurs love taking “no” as a challenge, as if the right combination of savvy and stubbornness can overcome any obstacle. It’s why, against the odds, Kate Hudson went after an elusive herb called amla. This happened early into Hudson’s latest business, InBloom, a line of plant-based powdered supplements she launched in August 2020. The amla plant is native to India and believed in Ayurvedic medicine to promote overall wellness and longevity, and Hudson’s team had spent months working on the formula for an amla-packed, immunity-boosting blend they hoped to introduce later this year.