The sleek, silver-colored, recyclable steel cylinder with gently tapering ends that will be used to carry the Olympic flame around France and on its final leg during the opening ceremony of the 2024 Paris Games is being produced in a small quantity to conserve resources.
ArcelorMittal is the subject of a thorough investigation by GlobalData, which includes significant details about its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) aspects. GlobalData provides useful information on ArcelorMittal's ESG performance by closely observing and compiling mentions of Net Zero and related ESG keywords.
The Environmental Protection Agency's proposed regulation to decrease ethylene oxide emissions from commercial sterilizing facilities has the support of Rep. Henry Cuellar and 39 other members of Congress, according to a letter sent to the agency this week.
Businesses are more likely to support sustainability if it increases their bottom line. That is understandable given that their primary goal is to turn a profit. For many, purpose might very well be secondary, if it even is. However, there are other ways to motivate companies to act more responsibly toward both people and the environment.
A massive five-story circular structure wrapped around the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper, has been proposed by experimental architecture firm ZNera Space in Dubai. The Burj Khalifa stands at an incredible 829.8 meters (2,723 feet), nearly twice the height of the Empire State Building.
Consumers who want to make better decisions for both their health and the health of the globe are choosing products and ingredients that are favorable to the environment. Planet-friendly assertions encompass climate, ethics, environment, and resource protection and have a wide range of implications.
According to a recent poll, many members of the British public are concerned about the condition of the country's waterways. Over 90% of respondents to a survey commissioned by the environmental nonprofit River Action agreed that rivers should be in good health by 2030.
Jacob Larkin, Marketing Coordinator at Lanes Group plc, outlines the importance of implementing stronger legislation to tackle microplastic pollution. https://www.innovationnewsnetwork.com/why-new-rules-needed-stop-microplastic-pollution/31324/
Many corporations are attempting to mitigate the plastic pollution crisis by reducing their use of plastics, yet few have committed to tackling the crisis in its entirety by taking accountability for what actually happens to their packaging at its end of life. https://www.proxypreview.org/all-contributor-articles/closing-the-loop-on-plastic-pollution
Another beachfront home in Rodanthe, North Carolina, has collapsed into the ocean. This is the fourth home to have been swept into the sea in the last year, per The Washington Post. https://www.businessinsider.in/thelife/news/another-house-has-collapsed-into-the-ocean-in-north-carolina-and-its-owner-will-now-have-to-clean-up-all-the-debris/articleshow/98625444.cms
Artificial intelligence has become the tech industry’s shiny new toy, with expectations it’ll revolutionise trillion-dollar industries from retail to medicine. But the creation of every new chatbot and image generator requires a lot of electricity, which means the technology may be responsible for a massive and growing amount of planet-warming carbon emissions. https://www.thestar.com.my/tech/tech-news/2023/03/13/artificial-intelligence-is-booming---so-is-its-carbon-footprint