Resource Management

Cora MoranNovember 2, 2018
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5min40

Living infrastructure, both natural and planned, could help stave off the effects of climate change, writes Cora Moran As shown in the latest IPCC report, the threat of abrupt climate change is a real and pressing danger: even if we are successful in limiting emissions to 1.5C, we will still have to deal with certain adverse effects …

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3min136

The Co-op has promised to replace all existing plastic bags with biodegradable alternatives UK-based supermarket chain Co-op has said it will ensure around 60 million plastic carrier bags are removed to allow the crossover for the biodegradable versions. The new bags will be the same strength and size and will remain at 5p. The Co-op has also …

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3min206

The likes of Kit-Kat, Dove and Head&Shoulders are known customers of environmental offender Wilmar Picture a rainforest the size of the UK. Now picture it gone. That’s how much Indonesian rainforest has been lost in the last three decades and it’s time to expose one of its biggest threats, Wilmar – the largest palm oil trader on the …

Alicia BullerSeptember 15, 2018
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2min209

The first international Rhine Clean Up was organised on Saturday 15 September to coincide with World Clean Up Day. Over 6,000 volunteers came together in towns and cities along the length of the Rhine to remove mounting litter that infests the river. Rhine Clean Up Day, a mega-scale cleaning campaign, is designed to create awareness of …

Alicia BullerSeptember 14, 2018
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7min278

Impact4All speaks to Nick Beglinger, co-founder and CEO of C21, about Hack4Climate – the world’s first hackathon initiative for saving the planet Innovation in technology is critical to the quest to curb climate change. Hack4Climate (H4C), a climate-driven hackathon, aims to pit the wits of the world’s best coders against some of the planet’s most pressing …

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2min272

After 85 years of production, Lego has announced plans to make new pieces from plant-based plastic instead In a bid to turn more eco-friendly, the Danish toymaker has begun production on 25 various brick shapes that will resemble leaves, bushes and trees. Other sustainable shapes will include the brushes in the car washes, street sweepers …


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