Tag: Carbon Emissions

    3 ways how your new clothes are costing the environment

    Do you know that around 35% of all microplastics come from such synthetic fabrics? Often, they are priced at a low cost and offer a cheaper price

    Climate change is the future, and it isn’t pretty

    As the world reels under the worst climatic changes, we delve deeper into the factors causing climate changes and extreme weather events, which have only increased significantly in the last 50 years, and the ways to mitigate these changes.

    Internal carbon pricing: Pivoting corporate voluntary actions towards net-zero

    Continued inaction by corporations aggravates the climate risks and impacts with each passing day. Comprehensive integration of climate risks materiality evaluation and carbon pricing based consideration of explicit costs, impacts and sustainable alternatives becomes a vital tool for realization of reliable transition strategies.

    Transition plans of European steel industry in jeopardy, just 25% carbon budget remains

    As govts and companies commit to net-zero targets by 2050 to align with Paris climate goals, steel industry will be an integral part of the transition.

    Trillions of cigarette butts causing major environmental pollution, quit now!

    Wiyld spoke with Dr Thomas Novotny, Professor Emeritus of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the San Diego State University, School of Public Health and CEO of the Cigarette Butt Pollution Project. Dr Novotny’s current study focuses on the environmental consequences of tobacco use, the susceptibility to smoking initiation, the interplay between tuberculosis and smoking, and health diplomacy.
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    ‘Grow’ by Daan Roosegaarde is a marvel on sustainable farming

    Roosegaarde’s artwork GROW is an homage to the beauty and importance of agriculture. Red and blue lights wash like waves over an enormous field surrounded by darkness.

    3 ways how your new clothes are costing the environment

    Do you know that around 35% of all microplastics come from such synthetic fabrics? Often, they are priced at a low cost and offer a cheaper price

    Do you know fast fashion entices but degrades environment?

    It is the second biggest consumer of water and is responsible for 20 percent of global wastewater. It is hard to believe that the dyes used for colouring the clothes in the textile industry are the second largest water pollutants, just after agriculture that pollute fresh water.

    How Lithuania is fast achieving sustainability goals

    The inside of the pavilion greets visitors with a colorful and wide space where the main exposition is demonstrated.  There is an amphitheatrical staircase in the middle of this space that not only connects the floors of the building but is also a comfortable place to sit down, relax and delve deeper into exposition.

    Contribute to environment using these simple food hacks

    If you want to contribute your bit towards the environment then start with your kitchen. Here are the small steps that you can take to make your kitchen green...