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The Benefits of Green Manufacturing

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This decade has birthed various trends and some of these trends transformed into a movement without people’s support. Sustainability started as a trend too, but its critical need has made it an influencing factor that touches human lives all over the globe.

Eco-Business and Community Ethics

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As we already know that during the past few decades, technology has fundamentally changed our lives and some of them have sparked intense debates about the future of these technologies by policymakers.

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10 good green habits to save the Planet

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Doing separate collections, turning off the lights, moving around by bicycle … these are all small precautions and daily actions that, if integrated into people’s daily lives, can do a lot, contributing to the protection of the Planet.

Save on Your Energy Bill with These Fun Household Activities

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Saving money isn’t always fun. Being environmentally responsible can sometimes feel more like a chore than a privilege. Try walking around with a handful of messy food you are trying to eat while juggling a purse, shopping bags, and a plastic bottle of water.

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How Digital Transformation will Bend the Curve of the Linear Economy Toward the Circular

Speaker: Bruce Armstrong Taylor, Co-Founder & Managing Director of SmartNations Foundation, Jimmy Jia, Venture Partner at Pi Labs, Fabienne Durand, Senior Advisor to the SmartNations Foundation, & Roger Strukhoff, Executive Director of the Tau Institute

The Carbon Zero, Circular Economy, is easily the most profoundly important result of digital transformation. Industry 4.0 has a massively cumulative impact on dematerialization (in all forms) and resultant decarbonization (both emissions and embodied) throughout the economy. Join panelists Bruce Armstrong Taylor, Jimmy Jia, Fabienne Durand, and their moderator Roger Strukhoff as they discuss how bending the carbon/GHG heavy linear economy to the circular is one of the hidden benefits of digital disruption.

The Most Important Principles of ESG Reporting for Manufacturers

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The global social and environmental challenges facing the globe have become so intense and clear for individuals, corporates, households, businesses, and governments. Today, investors are extending their evaluation of the potential stocks to sustainability criteria.

How to Be More Sustainable in the Kitchen

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The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in a house, and its activities can match a manufacturing process. In such a progression of activities, it is difficult to avoid waste. However, it is possible to devise ways of handling waste in the kitchen to promote a healthy environment.

Is It Possible To Prevent Global Warming?

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Humanity has greatly affected the environment since ancient times and continues to do so. Have you ever thought about how I can prevent the effects of global warming, which we feel the effect of today ? So let’s take a look together. What is Global Warming?

Four Ways You Can Become More Environmentally Friendly in 2021

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One of the best developments that have come out of the past few decades is that people are becoming a lot more environmentally friendly. Many of us are becoming more eco-conscious about the different decisions we make allowing us to become friendlier towards the environment.

The Future of Transportation is Green: A Pollution-Free World

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Nowadays, there seems to be no distance we cannot cover. We have cars to take us from towns to nearby cities. Ships to transport heavy cargo across oceans. We also have airplanes to take us from one country to another. We even have rockets to reach into the heavenly bodies surrounding our planet.

What are the Causes of the Pigeon Problem in Las Vegas?

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In recent years, pigeon overpopulation has become such a problem in cities worldwide, such as Las Vegas and New York, that they are commonly regarded as pests, placing them on the same level as rats, mice, and insects like ants and cockroaches.

AR/VR Simulations for Sustainable, Regenerative, Circular Cities

Speaker: Nik Gowing, Brenda Laurel, Sheridan Tatsuno, Archie Kasnet, and Bruce Armstrong Taylor

Join our amazing panelists, Nik Gowing, Founder at Thinking the Unthinkable and International Broadcaster; Brenda Laurel, PhD, Principal, Neogaian Interactive; Sheridan Tatsuno, Principal, Dreamscape Global; Archie Kasnet, CEO, Regenerative; and Bruce Armstrong Taylor, The Climate 4.0 Project, to discuss how today's AR/VR and related AI-enabled technologies can be effectively applied, using data from such sources as NASA and NOAA, to both improve and accelerate urban sustainability planning and design.

A Panacea for Biomedical Waste Management?

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Conspectus of Biomedical Waste Management. The COVID-19 pandemic has broachedumpteen pervasive challenges on multiple fronts- health, environment and economy.

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How to Reduce Your Business Waste In 2021: Top Tips

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If you want to make your business more sustainable in 2021 and bounce back from the current economic crisis, reducing your business waste is a great place to start.

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Switching to electric alternatives: Recent global call and how we can do more

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Boris Johnson’s trendsetting remarks in the UN on strengthening environmental protection. In front of the global audience, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called for many dramatic environmental changes in the General Debate of the United Nations General Assembly.

The Pros and Cons of Electric Water Heaters

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Surprisingly, it takes a lot of power to heat water through your house. Typically, almost 15% of a household’s energy is spent heating their water. Several things dictate the cost of heating your water, and these include prices in the area, how much water your use, and your method of heating.

A Home Buyer’s Guide to Green Homes

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If you’re in the market for a new home and conscious of being environmentally friendly, you may consider looking specifically for a green home. Green homes are designed to be sustainable through their energy usage, building materials, or both.

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Extreme weather conditions in Pakistan due to climate change

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Pakistan is considered one of the disaster-prone countries in Asia. Natural disasters such as Droughts, Floods, and heat waves have become common in the country. Among these, floods have been recognized as the most severe form of natural disaster. Droughts.

How To Recycle Cars

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Scrap car recycling is a major industry in North America. In Canada, 1.6 million cars are recycled each year. About 95 percent of vehicles eventually make their way to the recycling yard. If you have an old, non-working or junk vehicle you need to recycle, where should you take it?

Ethically minded brands are on the rise: Here’s what you should know

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The coronavirus pandemic has only accelerated the trend for online shopping, and even committed high-street shoppers are now shifting towards ecommerce.

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Teaching Small Children About the Importance of Sustainable Living

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Tomorrow’s world is in the hands of today’s children. By giving them positive role models, they’ll learn how to form their own positive habits. Among them, those related to sustainable living. The responsibilities and concerns of parents are legion.

5 Eco-friendly ways to stay warm this winter

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Many scientists believe that the power of thought can control your own perception of temperature regimes – for example, your body will be warmer if you imagine a sunny tropical beach.

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8 Reasons Why You Should Start Properly Recycling Your E-Waste Today

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A pile of old computers waiting for sending to recycle plant. Nearly 5 pounds of garbage is produced in America per person, daily. All of that amounts to billions of tons of trash annually.

Is Energy-Efficient Architecture Answer to Our Climate Change Challenge

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The worst thing about the challenges of climate change is the lack of understanding. Climate change is more than melting ice caps somewhere far away. It is a change that impacts your life wherever you are living. Climate change impacts the ability of global society to grow food, build, and live.

Little Things You Can Do To Live More Sustainably

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With the environment in a bit of a crisis right now, it’s essential that we all do our bit to try and help the planet. By living more sustainably , we can hopefully stop the situation from getting out of control before it’s too late.

No more plastic pollution: How to give a Christmas present to the Earth

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Does our planet like Christmas? If Earth could speak, I’m sure it would say “Hell, no!”. Sorry for wearing my Grinch hat, but I’d be much greener than Santa Claus by all means! Instead of writing a letter to Santa this year, I took my ambition up a notch and wrote this post to all human beings.

What it Takes to Buy and Increase the Value of a Fixer-Upper

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Buying a fixer-upper home can be a shortcut to owning a home for first-time buyers or a good way for buyers to afford a home in a better neighborhood or one that offers more space and desired features.

The Process of Making Your Home More Environmentally Friendly

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With the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warning the world that we have very limited time to reverse the warming of the planet , it is no longer adequate to blame large corporations who emit the most greenhouse gases.

5 Green New Year Resolutions for Business

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The beginning of the year is always a good opportunity for businesses to make positive changes, much like people make New Year’s resolutions each year.

Top Tips for Creating Less Waste

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It is undeniable that the waste crisis on our planet today has gone to an alarming level. We look everywhere, endangered sea creatures die, weathers are on the extreme, and trash keeps on coming. When will this end?

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9 Ways to Make Your Neighborhood More Sustainable

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Sustainable concepts and communities are not new concepts. In fact, in many ways, the world is just beginning to think harder and smarter about the way we live and the impact on the environment. From the cars we drive to the foods we eat, consumer demand for sustainable products is greater than ever.

What Is An Arborist And When You Should Hire One

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A rear view of arborist men with chainsaw cutting a tree, planning. Trees are essential to humans and the environment. They provide shade during hot summer days, generate and release the oxygen we breathe, as well as increase the value of a property.

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Practical Solutions For Eco-Friendly Office Design

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The consequences of global warming and the abuse of Earth’s natural resources are becoming more apparent, and people are starting to take notice. Everyone from political leaders to everyday citizens is reevaluating their wasteful behaviors and making intentional changes to save the planet.

Understanding The Connection Between Climate Change And Infectious Diseases

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The world is forever grateful to the brilliant minds that worked around the clock to develop an effective vaccine to prevent the infectious disease known as the coronavirus. In record time, Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson discovered a solution that would ultimately save millions of lives.

4 Ways Businesses Are Doing Their Part To Save The Environment

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Humans have begun to recognize the detrimental influence of our actions on the planet and the environment over time. Many individuals are making adjustments, whether it is in our energy consumption, our contribution to increasing landfills, or several other areas.

8 Sustainable Actions For Travelling With Our Future In Mind

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It’s estimated that 1.3 Billion people travelled a year before the pandemic shut down world travel.

An Ethical Guide to Toilet Paper

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Before 2020, few of us gave much serious thought to toilet paper. It came from the supermarket, went down the toilet, and that was that. With last year’s lockdowns, however, it somehow became the most highly sought-after and frequently sold-out household staple.

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Environmentally Savvy Ways to Renovate your Home During Quarantine

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Much of the world will remain under quarantine for the foreseeable future, but instead of viewing home isolation as a negative, see it as an opportunity to undertake projects you have been putting off.

Effective Investments for Becoming More Sustainable at Home

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Sustainability continues to be an important topic today. Climate change and its effects seem to be popping up worldwide, making it imperative that households do something to help. The following are some effective investments to ensure sustainability at home. Upgrade to Solar Power.

8 Sustainable Practices Public Events Should Observe

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blur image of outdoor market on street background with bokeh. Hosting public events is fun. But having fun while jeopardizing the environment sounds a bit uncool. You won’t be the only one who pays the cost of the event—the environment also pays the price.

Why Will High Carbon Emitting Buildings Be Worth Less Over Time

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Earlier the value of a building depended on its location and the features it offered. However, as sustainable construction is gaining importance, many cities are now set to change the rules of the game in commercial real estate.

Are You Ready for an Electric Car? Here’s How You Can Tell

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As someone who cares deeply about the environment, you want to do your part. To that end, you have already installed low-flow shower heads and faucets. You have already switched to LED lights. And you already have a smart thermostat. Additionally, you are looking into going solar. That’s a big step.

Things Your Business Can Do to Go Green

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Solar Panel City – Free photo on Pixabay. As the planet ages, research is showing that humans need to do everything possible to help preserve the natural resources around the world.