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October 14, 2021 Survey: Global sustainability overtakes personal health as consumers’ biggest issueSource: The Packer
Consumers now rank the health of the planet as their number one concern, overtaking personal health which has been the top priority in recent years.
October 12, 2021 A global energy crisis is coming. There's no quick fixSource: CNN
Astronomical increases in natural gas prices. Skyrocketing coal costs. Predictions of $100 oil. A global energy crunch caused by weather and a resurgence in demand is getting worse, stirring alarm ahead of the winter, when more...
October 7, 2021 Climate-Friendly Investment Funds Are a ScamSource: New Republic
At the most basic level, ratings firms grade companies on their impact on the environment, the quality or equity of their internal governance, and, uh, their impact on “society.” Then a bunch of those companies might get bundled...
This type of fuel could be a complimentary game-changer, reducing emissions in not just race cars taking apexes full-throttle, but from F1's position at the pinnacle of the global auto industry, it could trickle down to everyday...
October 6, 2021 ‘Green infrastructure’ shift for sustainable citiesSource: SciDev Net
Now, with 70 per cent of carbon dioxide emissions emanating from cities, a new initiative promoting integrated approaches to urban development aims to reduce their ecological footprint. And pioneers of the project hope to see it...
Every year, trillions of dollars are invested in the infrastructure that helps us—and our goods—get around. What will it take to move the transport infrastructure industry toward carbon zero?
Source: The Conservation
More than seven billion people live on Earth today, of whom almost one billion do not have enough to eat. By 2050, our planet’s human population is likely to reach almost ten billion, an extremely challenging number of people to...
October 6, 2021 Antarctica Just Had Its Coldest Season Ever. Here’s WhySource: Daily Caller
Antarctica’s average temperature over the last six months was minus 78 degrees, or 4.5 degrees below the average recorded over the previous 30 years, The Washington Post reported.
October 5, 2021 Blue Jeans Go Green: How an Italian Denim Manufacturer Has Created the World's Most Sustainable JeansSource: goodgoodgood.co
Alberto Candiani, the fourth-generation owner of the family business, had developed the first fully biodegradable denim, called Coreva. “They are extremely durable, but at the end of their life, yes, you could send them back to...
September 30, 2021 Sustainable Food Systems & Justice — Climate SolutionsSource: Clean Technica
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