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Indigenous rights’ groups and WWF International are beginning to train Andean tribes people deep within the Amazon rainforest in the use of drones so that they, as forest-dwelling specialists, can help protect wildlife, and identify, compile evidence for, and report on, illegal logging activities. The WWF teamed up with the Kaninde Ethno-Environmental Defense Association, a
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One might expect local entrepreneurs to be the ones who might open a second-hand furniture store, not the world’s largest furniture chain. Swedish giant Ikea will buy back your old Ikea furniture provided it’s in good condition, by offering vouchers up to 50% of the original value. The deal, meant to stimulate some circular economy
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One of the global leaders in PV solar panel production and installation is also working hard to tackle the future of solar panel recycling, a reality that is already becoming apparent as the first generation of panels reach the end of their life cycle, and that will become all the more important in the 2020s
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International shipping and air freight have each played significant roles in the globalisation process of our world. Our choices and access to goods have increased, distances have been reduced, jobs have been created and economies have prospered. With all these
An electric vehicle is a useful tool that would allow us to start controlling CO2 emissions and other pollutants produced by transport activity. Electric cars are today considered by many people as one of the most effective ways to combat
As more and more companies are using resources and creating products that are not safe for the environment, it’s important that we all do our part to seek out the brands that put the planet first. Take a look at
Modern enterprises increasingly focus on improving the sustainability of their operations for two key reasons. First and foremost, responsible industries consider how their business impacts the environment, society, and the world around them. However, sustainability is much more than an
Fashion is an industry that sometimes flies under the radar in terms of its environmental impact. And while it has always had these effects, the industry has increased production drastically in the last few years alone. With this change comes
As natural resources deplete and carbon emissions increase at an alarming rate, sustainable living should be on everyone’s mind. Whether for energy sources, transport or even food sourcing, each sustainable undertaking does contribute to the cause. What Is Sustainable Eating?
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