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Researchers at the University of Jyväskylä have developed a method for corporations to calculate their biodiversity footprint. The outcome of the study will be a method freely available to all companies and organizations for the assessment of their impact on nature.
Exactly a year ago, the European Commission announced it would rapidly ban thousands of the most notorious harmful chemicals still found in consumer products and contributing to growing human infertility, serious illnesses and environmental harms. So far, little has changed.
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Insights gathered from more than 33,000 travelers across 35 countries and territories highlights a dilemma. People feel potentially forced to choose between cutting costs and being more mindful about making more sustainable travel choices. At a time of general global uncertainty, traveling more sustainably continues to be front of mind for travelers.
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Plastics are a threat to the planet and to almost all forms of life on it. We already know that plastic waste is a problem and that chemicals in plastics threaten our health. The recent Minderoo report shows the full impact of the threats of harmful plastics.
For many consumers seaweed is still relatively unknown as a daily product. But many are positively surprised when they hear seaweed can replace plastic packaging or improve the quality and taste of their food. Seaweed innovators already have these solutions, but find it difficult to reach consumers. That might change with the Seaweed Innovation Challenge starting on March 6th.
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The Netherlands is dumping a million items of junk plastic clothing waste in Kenya every year that are too dirty or damaged to be reused, creating serious health and environmental problems for vulnerable communities.
Lithium-air batteries have a lot of potential for powering the future. These batteries are lighter and more powerful than traditional lithium-ion batteries, making them ideal for use in electric vehicles or other technology that requires a lot of power.
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The corporate climate pledges of 24 of the worlds’ largest ‘climate leader’ companies are misleading and their strategies insufficient. Long-term net-zero pledges distract from the fact that climate pledges for 2030 go less than halfway to what is required to stay below the 1.5°C temperature limit.