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Ocean species dying out faster, UK risks losing out on carbon capture, Indians encouraged to recycle e-waste

Thursday April 25, 2019

Ocean species dying out faster, UK risks losing out on carbon capture, Indians encouraged to recycle e-waste

Climate Change is causing faster extinction of species in water than on land. Plus: the UK's not investing in carbon capture and algae could be a part of our sustainable future.

EV’s are an opportunity for US utility companies, Scottish landfill bound for England, Tupperware goes circular with new plastic

Wednesday April 24, 2019

EV’s are an opportunity for US utility companies, Scottish landfill bound for England, Tupperware goes circular with new plastic

With EV sales tipped to break 30%, providing a charging infrastructure is a huge opportunity for US Utility companies, according to a report in Reuters. Plus: a Scottish landfill ban has unintended consequences and food container giant Tupperware introduces circular plastics.

Is the UK a “World Leader” in tackling climate change?

Tuesday April 23, 2019

Is the UK a “World Leader” in tackling climate change?

The second largest CO2 emitter in the EU, the UK is making strides to reduce pollution and emissions contributing to Climate Change. How do we compare to our EU neighbours and is there more we can do?

Greening the New Silk Road, American attitudes to climate change and Lebanon’s ancient cedars face extinction

Tuesday April 23, 2019

Greening the New Silk Road, American attitudes to climate change and Lebanon’s ancient cedars face extinction

China's Belt and Road Initiative has taken criticism for a lack of investment in renewable and sustainable projects. As the latest BRI forum starts, can the New Silk Road be turned green? Plus: CBS poll on US attitudes shows scepticism, a planning dispute erupts in Kerry and Lebanon's cedars are under threat.

Australia’s plastic waste problem, North Korea in ecological crisis, Canada climate-proofs building code

Monday April 22, 2019

Australia’s plastic waste problem, North Korea in ecological crisis, Canada climate-proofs building code

Australia's plastic waste is being dumped around Asia due to a lack of recycling infrastructure. Little looks set to change without significant investment.

Bering Sea under threat, Korean batteries catch fire and renewable jobs boost for Tasmania

Friday April 19, 2019

Bering Sea under threat, Korean batteries catch fire and renewable jobs boost for Tasmania

Climate change has stopped the usual thick sea ice from forming in the Bering Sea, causing problems for a fragile ecosystem.

A 100% recyclable trainer, Unilever’s mixed sustainability results, Canadians get EV grants

Thursday April 18, 2019

A 100% recyclable trainer, Unilever’s mixed sustainability results, Canadians get EV grants

Adidas launches a recyclable plastic trainer. Unilever is struggling to meet some sustainability goals. A new grant pays Canadians to buy electric cars

Extinction Rebellion and the London Protests

Wednesday April 17, 2019

Extinction Rebellion and the London Protests

Extinction Rebellion are a loosely connected set of protester cells originating from the UK. Their aim is to use non-violent civil disobedience to force governments to take action on climate change. The group has claimed more than 80 cities in 33 countries will be subjected to protests between 15th and 26th April. The distributed nature […]

Boost for sustainable textiles, Samsung’s eco-friendly infographic and EVs cheaper than fossil power by 2022

Wednesday April 17, 2019

Boost for sustainable textiles, Samsung’s eco-friendly infographic and EVs cheaper than fossil power by 2022

Finnish sustainable textile startup IFC receives a $4.1million investment. Plus, Samsung uses infographic to outline eco credentials and EV prices fall

Indonesia elections lack environmental angle, grants to help Irish homeowners and EV sales fall in the US

Tuesday April 16, 2019

Indonesia elections lack environmental angle, grants to help Irish homeowners and EV sales fall in the US

The two main parties in Indonesia's upcoming elections are setting environmental issues to one side. Could a grassroots movement change that?

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