As Singapore becomes the latest economy to embrace plant-based eating, Green Mondays founder David Yeung explains why flexitarianism is the way forward.
— Weiterlesen www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/11/want-to-save-the-world-become-a-flexitarian
A food-to-electricity plant in England is just one in a string of local efforts to make waste less wasteful
— Read on www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/why-anaerobic-digestion-becoming-next-big-renewable-energy-source-180960992/
Jozi steps up efforts to curb pollution
— Read on www.joburg.org.za/media_/MediaStatements/Pages/2018 Press Releases/Jozi-steps-up-efforts-to-curb-pollution.aspx
After we separate the waste we can use the organic for energy production. Waste to Energy is the cheapest and environmental friendliest way to keep our country save and healthy.
In an effort to cut down on pollution and safeguard the environment, the City of Johannesburg will roll out a phased approach to make separation at source…
Biogas is one of the best solution to get organics off the landfill and biogas produce fuel for busses, cars and heating the house.
— Read on businesstech.co.za/news/government/250523/joburg-will-make-household-recycling-compulsory-from-1-july/
Our technical Director Horst Unterlechner speak over
What can Biogas do for the environment and what are the benefit for municipalities and companies?
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Putting wind and waste to work on the Day 3 Thursday 17 May.
The landscape of renewable energy finance has evolved rapidly. Since 2012, renewable power capacity installations have exceeded non-renewables by a rising margin, representing about 60% of all new power-generating capacity added worldwide in 2016 (IRENA, 2017a). Investment reached a comparable milestone in 2015, when renewable power technologies for the first time attracted more finance than non-renewable power technologies (Buchner et al., 2017), a trend that has continued subsequently.
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Has food shopping become more complicated?
Whether it’s meat or vegetables, traditional or organic, local or global, industrial or smallholder, even experts disagree on what is ‘better’. The answers…
— Read on medium.com/circulatenews/a-circular-economy-for-food-5-case-studies-5722728c9f1e