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“The gains from investing in low emission, climate-resilient infrastructure will more than offset the impact of higher energy prices, tighter regulatory settings, and high carbon assets that may become economically stranded before the end of their economic life.” The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2017)   The past few months have been devastating for…

Plastics are used in almost every facet of modern day life. Found in packaging, clothing, furniture, microchips and even medical equipment, these imperishable materials are being produced at alarming rates. Polyethylene, one of the world’s most popular and dangerous plastics, is even applied in agriculture as a cheap solution in crop care. Once celebrated for…

Our Sustainable Future Initiative is thought to be the first step into a better world. This social effort has the goal to create true and long lasting value for the local children. To accomplish this, we need to empower the community by sharing knowledge about the use of disruptive technologies to achieve a truly sustainable…

When we started the implementation of the Initiative early this year, our goal was the same as it was in our inception: to become a sustainable company with a clear commitment to social responsibility. Our goal with this Initiative is to empower the local community by creating real shared value that demonstrates that our business…

As Members of the United Nations Global Compact, we have committed to social sustainability. This commitment is improving our company by making us identify and manage our business impacts on the local community. Our Sustainable Future Initiative is a strategic social investment that has strengthened the company’s relationship with the community due to the contribution…

Over 3,200 environmental specialists and 330 organizations from 130 countries have gathered in Sweden for World Water Week to exchange ideas, catalyze new thinking and develop solutions for today’s most pressing water challenges. With droughts in Somalia, water rationing in Rome, water-based conflicts in Donetsk and even flooding in Houston, time is of the essence….

“Many lines of evidence demonstrate that human activities, especially emissions of greenhouse gases, are primarily responsible for observed climate changes. There are no alternative explanations.” The US National Climate Assessment (2017)   The United States Advisory Committee for the Sustained National Climate Assessment has been officially disbanded. Originally mandated to help the country prepare for…

“If we will not change the ways that we are living in the environment and the chemicals that we are exposed to, I am very worried about what will happen in the future… Eventually, we may have a problem with reproduction in general and it may be the extinction of the human species.” Hagai Levin,…

Dangerous toxins are pouring into waterways around the world, exacerbating massive, harmful algae blooms that create oxygen-deprived stretches of the ocean. Hundreds of aquatic dead zones exist throughout the world, covering nearly 100,000 square miles of sea and causing the relocation or death of nearly 10 million tons of biomass annually. Once filled with life,…

“We know that [synthetic] chemicals are present in the food supply and environment at levels in which they are likely to explain cancer epidemics, mental problems, and many other illnesses that we have.” Jonathan R. Latham, Ph.D., Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Bioscience Resource Project (2017) . For nearly a century, some of the…

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