sustainability

Hope 100: Getting low carbon initiatives into public life – Positive News – Positivity Article

This piece is part of our Hope 100 series, telling the stories of the people and organisations creating hope for 2020 and beyond #94 London Borough of Waltham Forest Some 13.7 miles of segregated cycle lanes, 700 trees planted and cycle training for 15,000 residents; the Enjoy Waltham Forest project has created a ‘mini-Holland’ during the past five years, bagging it the 2019 Ashden Award for clean air in towns and cities. Various events are planned to encourage more people to…

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Are You a Taker or a Leaver? – Spiritual Article

It is imperative for our human family to undergo a collective shift in our vision of how we interact with and relate to the natural world. Only then will we be able to address the underlying issue that has placed Mother Earth in great peril: humanity’s calculated removal of its kind from the great web of creation.A prevailing, though subtle assumption among a culturally influential segment of the ‘developed’ world is that the planet was put here for the sole…

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No Straws Singapore In Over 270 F&B Outlets As Part Of WWF Campaign – Lifestyle Article

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) announced on Monday (3 June) that over 270 F&B outlets in Singapore will phase out plastic straws by 1 July. 53 F&B outlets owned by hospitality firm Accor Group, 24 Pastamania outlets, dozens of outlets run by Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS), and 15 eateries under the Spa Espirit Group including Tiong Bahru Bakery and 40 Hands are among the 270 outlets. Other notable F&B outlets include A Poke Theory, Kraftwich, Grand Hyatt Singapore,…

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