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Scientists Say They Have Created An Environmentally Friendly Alternative To Styrofoam

Styrofoam is a perfect example of a capitalist economy run amok. One of thousands of compounds derived from petroleum, it has many wonderful uses. It’s a wonderful insulator, which makes...
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Selfridges makes all own-brand foods free of palm oil

Department store says milestone has been achieved nine months ahead of target  Shoppers with Selfridges bags. The department store has announced that the 300 products in its Selfridges Selection range are free of palm oil. Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images Selfridges has become the first major UK retailer to make its own-brand foods completely free of palm […]
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P&G Brands Including Pampers and Herbal Essences Announce Responsible Consumption Goals

The Procter & Gamble Company recently detailed the roadmap and actions its leadership brands are taking to increase positive impact on society and the environment through its “Brand 2030” criteria. P&G brands including Pampers, Ariel and Herbal Essences are progressing in adopting this framework with actions and commitments that will help accelerate sustainable lifestyles. The Brand 2030 criteria are spread over two […]
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Tetra Pak’s digital packaging platform

The demand for companies to disclose more information regarding the social and environmental credentials of their products and services has grown rapidly in recent times, and is only set to become weightier as digitisation continues. It is hardly surprising, then, that technologies which help stakeholders to digitally track information regarding supply chain sustainability, recyclability and nutrition are emerging at a […]
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Retrofitted electric seaplanes

The carbon credentials of the aviation have once again come under fire this week, with news that Ryanair is now one of the EU’s most-emitting corporates having hit the headlines on Tuesday (2 April). The good news is that the development of low-carbon alternatives to traditional aircraft, which mainly consist of either alternative fuels or electrified planes, is now well […]
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The Cool Coalition: Business giants unite in drive for low-emission cooling

A coalition of more than 20 businesses, NGOs, local authorities, policymakers and higher education establishments have forged a new joint initiative aimed at spurring the global transition to low-emission cooling. According to the UN, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from cooling are currently on track to increase by 90% by 2050 Dubbed the “Cool Coalition” and […]
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Grocery giant ALDI announces 100% sustainable packaging by 2025

This week, supermarket chain ALDI pledged to offer 100 percent reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging on all of their products by 2025. In a press statement released early this month, the company outlined their specific goals to reduce plastic packaging throughout their stores over the next five years. ALDI is a major grocery chain with 1,800 stores across 35 states. […]
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“Cityproof” wind turbines

Traditional wind turbines can only capture wind travelling in one direction unless they are steered, and are notoriously inefficient in cities where wind routinely gets trapped between buildings. Fortunately, a solution capable of harnessing wind power in urban regions has been developed by Turkish cleantech startup Deveci Tech. Called Enil, the vertical axis turbines turn when […]
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Green machines? Flying taxis could slash emissions for long journeys

The vehicles could slash greenhouse gas emissions in half for three people on a 100 kilometer trip. An artist’s rendering of an electric vertical takeoff and landing taxi. Image: Dave Brenner/University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability via Thomson Reuters Foundation Thomson Reuters Foundation Wednesday 10 April 2019 Futuristic electric flying taxis like those […]
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Milk & More has installed dedicated EV charging points at 25 of its distribution centres to support the electrification of its fleet

Milk & More to add 160 pure-electric vans to its UK delivery fleet

Food and drink delivery firm Milk & More is set to add a further 160 fully electric vans to its UK fleet by the end of May, bringing its total electric van stock to more than 500 vehicles. Milk & More has installed dedicated EV charging points at 25 of its distribution centres to support […]
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Unilever North America Accelerates Action on Plastic Packaging to Reach 50% Recycled Content by End of Year

BENTONVILLE, Ark.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–At the Walmart Global Sustainability Milestone Meeting today, Unilever North America President Amanda Sourry announced plans to accelerate and expand the company’s plastics commitments in North America. The three-part plan provides better choices for plastic packaging, adds clear recycling instructions on pack, and launches a shopper education program in partnership with Walmart. “Today, […]
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Michael Bloomberg to launch decarbonisation tracker for utility firms

Businessman and philanthropist Michael Bloomberg has unveiled fresh plans to utilise his firm Bloomberg LP and its charitable arm, Bloomberg Philanthropies, to help the utility sector to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels. The move builds on Bloomberg’s service as the UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and the co-founder of the Task Force on […]
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