Urban Biocycles was produced in collaboration with the World Economic Forum as part of Project MainStream. This new scoping paper focuses on the significant volume of organic waste flowing through urban environments, and highlights opportunities to capture value in the form of the energy, nutrients and materials, by applying circular economy principles.
Living Soils Symposium: Inspiring a Regenerative Cannabis Movement
Farm consultant concerned over GMOs, use of glyphosate
OUR CURRENT ECONOMY IS BASED ON ‘PHYSICS ENVY’
‘Regenerative agriculture is the next big movement in food’
Meat and dairy often get a bad rap on the sustainability front, but not all animal production systems have the same impact on the planet,
says EPIC Provisions co-founder Taylor Collins, who reckons that “the next big movement in food is coming in the form of regenerative agriculture,”
which he claims is “creating a net positive return on the environment.”
In California, Salt Taints Soil, Threatening Food Security
Solar breaks 50% of California electricity for first time – driving wholesale rates negative
Americans Say Paper Bags More Eco-Friendly Than Plastic
What it takes to design products for the circular economy
Consumer goods in the linear economy are manufactured with planned obsolescence in mind — they are designed to become outdated or wear out in order to push a new generation of product or sell a replacement.
Greenland’s Coastal Ice Caps Have Melted Past The Point Of No Return
“Climate Summit” 2009
An Indian court has recognised Himalayan glaciers, lakes and forests as “legal persons” in an effort to curb environmental destruction, weeks after it granted similar status to the country’s two most sacred rivers
Tesla Plans To Build Entire City
Power Sector Carbon Index
Newly Developed Nanotech ‘Super Sponge’ Removes Mercury from Water in Less Than 5 Seconds Which Could Make Effective Toxic Cleanup of Lakes Possible in the Future
Photos reveal more than 200 bright blue Arctic lakes have started bubbling with methane gas
California Air Resources Board votes to keep emissions requirements, vowing to protect the environment even if the federal EPA won’t
‘Moore’s law’ for carbon would defeat global warming
Michael Cox served as a climate change adviser to EPA’s Region 10, covering Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho
Future climate forcing potentially without precedent in the last 420 million years
Carbon Levels Could Hit Pre-Human, ‘Palms in the Arctic’ State by Mid-Century
If fossil fuel use continues unabated, atmosphere could revert “to values of CO2 not seen since the early Eocene (50 million years ago),” new report finds
Exploring the Green Infrastructure Workforce
County gives animal feedlot cease-desist order
‘Zero waste’ beer made from leftover rolls
Calls for blanket compostable packaging at Auckland events
The Big Event strives to be zero-waste this year
ENERGY FROM MIXED WASTE SHOULD NOT GET RENEWABLE ENERGY SUBSIDIES, SAYS ZERO WASTE EUROPE
New York subway system thwarted in plan to remove trash cans from stations
Zero-waste weddings are all the rage in Bangalore
Building brand value through recycling
How a moment that looked like PR win for Cargill turned into a kerfuffle
Farmers and scientists bristled when the Minnesota-based food giant agreed to have ingredients certified by a critic.
General Mills Wildflower Seed Giveaway More Hypocritical Than Glorious
Creating your own food forest
Green Brexit: what next?
Ontario sells $472M of allowances in 1st cap-and-trade auction
Province sold out of allowances during March 22 auction
A STORY OF REGENERATION AND REFORESTATION FROM ERITREA
‘Wild and wonderful’ growing techniques can be adapted from Waterville heirloom farm
N.C. State student comes up with a plan to keep pill bottles out of the trash
Our automotive culture, our disconnection with place
On our bike, my family and I share the road with people in cars, but it’s like we’re in different worlds.
Can we move beyond automobilism and reconnect our bodies and senses to our mobility?
When Your Day Job Is Restoring Streams And Saving Species
Arrowhead water bottles reach recycled content milestone
We Don’t Need a “Temporary Economy.” We Need a Responsible Job Creation Act Now
Businesses will defy Trump in low-carbon transition, say climate experts
A backward-looking Donald Trump administration will fail to deter corporations seeking to shift to low-carbon, sustainable business models, a panel of US climate and green policy experts has concluded.
A transition to the circular economy is essential to fight climate change, resource depletion and achieve sustainable growth.
Jane Maland Cady, PhD, on Using Ecological Approaches to Growing Food