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How Tech Can Help Businesses Balance Profit and Purpose

With the US administration turning its back on the Paris Climate Agreement, demands for corporate climate leadership are mounting. At a time when executives should be filling the leadership gap,...
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From Coffee to Cosmetics, Companies Are Looking for Ways to Protect the Plants Their Products Are Made From

“The food system that we’ve built over the last century is a dead end for the future,” said Emmanuel Faber, CEO of French food and beverage corporation, Danone, at the...
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Barrier to Stop Plastic Waste from Reaching the Sea Launches in Amsterdam

The scourge of plastic waste that washes up on once-pristine beaches and finds its way into the middle of the ocean often starts on land, is dumped in rivers and...
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Fiji’s Cousteau Resort Launches a New Botanical Program for Guests

For travelers who want to learn more about the environment they are visiting, the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, a leading eco-luxe property in Fiji, is helping guests do just that with...
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Singapore’s New Waste App Provides Free Door Collection Service to Bypass Contaminated Recycling Bins

Singapore waste management and industrial firm Sembcorp has launched an app that aims to make recycling more convenient for the city-state’s residents, and bypass the government’s troubled recyclables collection system....
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GE Signs 715 Megawatt Wind Deal In China, Puts World’s Most Powerful Wind Turbine Into Service

General Electric used to be a world leader in coal-powered electrical generation, but the company has fallen on hard times as demand for that technology has shrunk. But the company...
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First Smart Forest City in Mexico Will Be 100% Food and Energy Self-Sufficient

Milan-based architecture firm Stefano Boeri Architetti has unveiled innovative designs for a nature-infused smart city in Cancun, Mexico that will serve as a model for resilient and sustainable urban planning....
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United Kingdom Invests $400 Million to Cut Heavy Industry Emissions

The UK government recently announced an investment of £315 million — around $403 million — to help energy-intensive businesses in the heavy industry reduce their energy bills and lower their...
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New Index Ranks World’s Largest Seafood Companies on UN SDGs

New Index Ranks World’s Largest Seafood Companies on UN SDGs

For the first time, the World Benchmarking Alliance has ranked 30 of the largest seafood companies worldwide on their commitments, transparency, and performance to meet the United Nations Sustainable Development...
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Dense, Well-Planned Cities Are Part of a Sustainable Future, Says Singapore Minister

Growing migration to cities is part of the solution for a more sustainable future, said Singapore’s Foreign Affairs Minister Vivian Balakrishnan on Tuesday. Urban migration is how people vote with...
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The EU Declares War on E-Waste

Technician Christopher Olk concentrates hard as he removes the broken drive from a DVD player and pushes it back in again. “If it’s the mechanics or the electronics, I can...
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World’s Toughest Ban on Ivory Will Move Forward in UK as Court Rejects Challenge from Dealers

The UK instituted the world’s toughest ban on ivory last year which eliminated all sales of ivory and rankled collectors and dealers. Antique dealers sued in court to be able...
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