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  • Super Glue could make it easier to recycle plastic
    Can you make Super Glue un-sticky? A group of material scientists from Boise State University did. >a href="https://depositphotos.com/209905388/stock-photo-super-glue-tube-blue-background.html" >Deposit PhotosMost plastics can't be broken down into their raw materials. A classic Super Glue ingredient offers something new. The post Super Glue could make it easier to recycle plastic appeared first...
    Source: Popular Science by Jocelyn Solis-Moreira
  • Europe tools up for the repairable future
    The European Commission has laid out another piece of its Circular Economy Action Plan today — adopting a proposal to set common EU rules which are intended to make it easier for consumers to get faulty products repaired. The “right to repair” measures are aimed at reducing e-waste by preventing...
    Source: TechCrunch by Natasha Lomas
  • CFOs are the new ESG storytellers
    Ready or not, here they come. Mandatory regulatory disclosures regarding environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are on the horizon for businesses everywhere. Governments worldwide have already adopted reporting requirements aligned with recommendations by the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), including those in Canada, Brazil, the EU, Hong...
    Source: IBM IoT Blog by IBM Consulting
  • How public cloud computing can help the public sector achieve net zero targets
    Why migrating to public cloud computing is essential to achieve Net Zero targets and drive meaningful change in the UK public sector. The post How public cloud computing can help the public sector achieve net zero targets appeared first on Open Access Government....
    Source: Open Access Government by Freya Thomson
  • Why some single-use plastic water bottles could be banned in Hawaii
    'With a large amount of coastline, it is easier for single-use plastic to escape into the ocean and have a direct impact on their marine ecosystem.'. PexelsThe plan has environmental benefits—but there are plenty of drawbacks. The post Why some single-use plastic water bottles could be banned in Hawaii appeared...
    Source: Popular Science by Carla Delgado
  • 3 strategies to make your supply chain more sustainable
    There’s no such thing as a perfect supply chain. The key question is: What are you doing to continuously make yours more sustainable? A sustainable supply chain needs to embed environmental, social and governance (ESG) best practices into how raw materials are sourced, turned into products and delivered to market....
    Source: IBM IoT Blog by Sarah Thuo
  • Are reusable takeout boxes worth the resources needed to make them?
    Reusable containers are only as good as our commitment to reuse them. PexelsMultiple-use containers aren't automatically the more sustainable option. The post Are reusable takeout boxes worth the resources needed to make them? appeared first on Popular Science....
    Source: Popular Science by Carla Delgado
  • Letting your favorite things gather dust is unsustainable—use them
    Attachment to limited-edition items, such as sneakers, can promote unsustainable consumption. Deposit photosA behavior called product attachment can explain why we avoid using what we care too much about. The post Letting your favorite things gather dust is unsustainable—use them appeared first on Popular Science....
    Source: Popular Science by Carla Delgado
  • What the ‘B’ label on your favorite drinks and snacks means
    Consumers are looking to support purpose-driven brands demonstrating values aligned with their own—and will take their business elsewhere if there is a mismatch. DepositPhotosMore food companies and restaurants are being certified than ever. The post What the ‘B’ label on your favorite drinks and snacks means appeared first on Popular...
    Source: Popular Science by Megan Zhang / Saveur
  • How companies greenwash their plastic pollution
    "Reducing the amount of stuff that we consume is key to reducing environmental impact, not just making it easier to recycle.”. Pexels'Lightweighting' and using some recycled plastic isn't the answer to our mounting waste problem. The post How companies greenwash their plastic pollution appeared first on Popular Science....
    Source: Popular Science by Carla Delgado
  • Many popular carbon offsets don’t actually counteract emissions, study says
    Carbon offset strategies were just dealt another serious blow to credibility. PexelsThe evidence against the power of carbon offset programs keeps stacking up. The post Many popular carbon offsets don’t actually counteract emissions, study says appeared first on Popular Science....
    Source: Popular Science by Andrew Paul
  • 7 interesting metrics about open source in sustainability
    7 interesting metrics about open source in sustainability Tobias Augspurger Wed, 01/11/2023 - 03:00 Open source culture has demonstrated how transparent and collaborative innovation can support modern digital services, data, and infrastructure. Yet, despite its transformative impact and use within an estimated 97% of digital products, the potential of open...
    Source: opensource.com by Tobias Augspurger
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