September 24, 2017

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France to ban sales of petrol and diesel cars by 2040

France will end sales of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040 as part of an ambitious plan to meet its targets under the...

Is sustainability now the key to corporate success?

Companies that adopted environmental, social and governance policies in the 1990s have outperformed those that didn't...

Are you a sustainability hero?

Bord na Móna is searching for a sustainability hero – are you making a difference to how we all live?

Restaurants Are Returning Their Empty Oyster Shells Decimated Reefs

A partnership between a nonprofit and a waste-management company in Mobile, Alabama has already diverted 2.8 million oyster shells from landfill.

Sweden’s recycling is so revolutionary, the country has run out of rubbish

Sweden’s recycling is so revolutionary, the country has to import rubbish from other countries to keep its recycling plants going. What lessons can...

The future of shopping: London's first sustainable smart street opens

Just 100 meters from Oxford Street, London's first smart street is powered by pedestrians and pop ups, Katie Strick reports...

Telling tales from an octopus' garden

he waters off the coast of Madagascar used to teem with life. But overfishing by foreign fleets, increasingly extreme weather brought about by...

Packaging Food With Food to Reduce Waste

For the environmentally conscious eater, they are among the most inconvenient truths: Too much food goes to waste. Too much packaging comes with...

Food waste is the world’s dumbest environmental problem

But here's how we could drastically reduce food waste.

Timberland’s New Line Is Made From Trash Collected From The Streets In Haiti

The collaboration with recycling organization Thread means you could wear shoes that used to be plastic bottles.




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