Among the challenges and opportunities, a global population of 9.7 billion will bring to the world, resource allocation and use are going to stand out as some of the most critical.
Cities are hot. One of the major reasons for this is that cities tend to trap heat, particularly given the sheer amount of blacktop in urban areas.
When we think about recycling, we usually think of post-consumer packaging that can either end up in a landfill, or be recycled back into new consumer packaging. Our actions determine the outcome, and the availability of recycling bins and centers makes the process of doing the right thing much easier.
The human population has spiked in the last hundred years, exceeding 7.5 billion people, and is on course to multiply and grow even more.
These days, the importance of caring for the environment is accepted as a well-known fact. But how does that translate into workplace culture? Here are five ways your office can implement sustainable behaviors.
When we talk about zero waste, we talk about a lot of different areas. We talk about energy, we talk about food, and we talk about our clothing, but we don't always think about one of the biggest uses of our resources; our homes.
Corporate sustainability should be a hot topic for any company that wants to save money while also having a positive impact on their environment and the world as a whole. Fortunately, there are now numerous ways that the average office employee can contribute to sustainability and help reduce waste in the workplace.
Many people take steps to live a more eco-friendly, sustainable lifestyle at home by buying eco-friendly home appliances and plumbing fixtures, recycling and more. However, not all office settings are as sustainable as they should be.
In our daily lives, we're often faced with the idea that the "little things" don't really count for much. We feel like one person's actions can't make a big difference.
Shopping totes. Reusable coffee mugs.