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Building is one of the most polluting industries in the world… in figures, building alonerepresents 40% of the world’s energy and resources. We must keep in mind that concrete is the second most widelyconsumedelementon our planet, justafterwater! And, its environmental impact deserves to be considered in order to findgreener alternatives. One of the best solutions […]
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Cleaning the rivers ofthe plastic pollution with bubbles. Every minute, the equivalent of one full garbage truck of plastic trash is dumped into our oceans. This is the equivalent of 1,440 trucks per day and in total 8 billion kilos each year, and 80% of those plastics come directly from land. The bubble barrier is […]
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Ecological Innovation A solution to come to an end with disposable packaging. Although plastic disposable packaging is prohibited in France since July 2016, most of the packaging found in mass distribution is still made of plastic or cardboard. To address this issue, the greek designer George Bosnas has created Biopack:aquite special package to replace egg […]
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The recent publication of the 5th Global Biodiversity Outlook (GBO5) in September confirmed, with high confidence, that Aichi Target 10 — which concerns reducing pressures on coral reefs and other vulnerable ecosystems impacted by climate change or ocean acidification — has not been achieved. What's more, coral reefs have “shown the most rapid increase in […]
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Global gross domestic product (GDP) has quadrupled since 1970, enabling immense progress, and lifting billions of people out of poverty. However, material productivity, defined as GDP relative to material and energy inputs, has stagnated since the turn of the century, tying any increase in economic growth to an equivalent increase in resource extraction. A global economy fuelled […]
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While France has banned certain single-use plastic products since January 1, 2020, the Netherlands is also getting up to speed. From July 3, 2021, products of this type will be banned, announces Dutch radio NOS and Dutchreview magazine on June 26. Although the list of products in question is not yet known, new measures are […]
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No more birdsong heard in the French capital, pollution has returned. According to data published on Wednesday by the Energy and Air Quality Research Center (Crea), an international organization based in Finland, Paris is the European metropolis where nitrogen dioxide (NO2) concentrations are highest. more exploded with deconfinement: + 118% compared to the average of […]
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