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President Joe Biden has a unique opportunity to progress environmental policies and justice.
Where does the concept of product circularity sit next to other sustainability metrics, and how can we generate the most meaningful understanding for how to optimise product sustainability from it?
Bio-plastics have been heralded as a solution to the plastic waste problem, but are they reducing the environmental impact as much as you think?
Fast fashion has a serious impact on the environment. Learn five reasons why you should try to limit buying new clothes altogether, regardless of the current trends, season and mood.
When people use plastic for whichever reason that might be, does it balance out its production and recycling footprint?
Recycling is a well established waste management strategy for many developed nations. However, recycling is not always the best solution to improve environmental performance.
Do you know what the difference is between weather and climate?
We saw wildfires around the globe that lasted for many days and burned anything that stood in their way with fury, including homes, schools, churches, and in some cases, entire communities.
Debunk some common myths around the smart network and look at the benefits for you and the environment.
When you hear the phrase ‘green energy’ you might instinctively think of the ways we generate renewable energy for electricity. But don’t be fooled – the story is more complicated than that!
Consumers are increasingly aware that products negatively impact the environment but understanding how to pick the one with the lowest impact can be complicated. The best example is the plastic vs paper straw – is paper really better?
We can’t wait any longer. It’s time for the business world and governments to show true leadership on climate action by setting net zero emissions targets.
One thing has become clearer and clearer. To have even the remotest chance of reducing the impact of climate change, we need action across all levels of society.
It’s so easy to get caught up in the mentality that change only matters when it’s big and revolutionary. But incremental change is better than no change, and we need to get better at accepting that.
COP24 may not mean much to the average person, but these climate negotiations have a significant impact on our lives.
For COP21 to be successful, we need to see commitment from the private sector to advance climate action.
Debating whether climate change is caused by humankind or is a natural progression doesn’t address the fact that the climate is warming. Will we ever emerge from this debate?