COVID-19 has completely shaken up most business around the world. Leaders and businesses are having to adapt and rethink their structure to survive in a post-coronavirus future. The speakers at the Virtual Fast Forward Forum discussed how these trends will impact the economy, and what business leaders can do to stay ahead.Here are their main lessons:
Save the Date – 21 July 2020, 11am – for the inaugural Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) Webinar! Free to view, and carrying CPD points, the webinar is the first in the FPS Sustainability Series, with the topic “Calculating your project’s carbon footprint”. With the UK committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050, it is important we begin examining how this can be achieved on a geotechnical construction site. This first webinar tackles this complex subject and will explain why carbon reduction is important as well as how companies can take the first step on the journey to reducing emissions by simply measuring its carbon footprint.
Every year, we buy 30 billion tonnes of stuff, from pizza boxes to family homes. We throw out or demolish 13 billion tonnes of it as waste – about 2 tonnes per person. A third of what we discard was bought the same year. The extraction, use and discarding of so much stuff creates a large environmental burden, from the depletion of minerals to the destruction of rainforests. The idea of a circular economy aims to address these problems by rejecting the take-make-dispose model of production and consumption that governs our world. Instead, waste is “designed out” and materials are kept at a high value for longer through reuse, repair and recycling.
Global Asiatic Pennywort Extract Market Expected to Witness a Sustainable Growth over 2025 According to this study, over the next five years the Asiatic Pennywort Extract market will register a xx%% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach $ xx million by 2025, from $ xx million in 2019. In particular, this report presents the global revenue market share of key companies in Asiatic Pennywort Extract business, shared in Chapter 3.
The beauty of sustainable sourcing A film by Cosmetics Europe and BBC Storyworks as part of the new series “Essentials for Daily Life”. ‘Essentials for Daily Life’ is a series of films offering a behind-the-scenes look at the dynamic, innovative and progressive cosmetics and personal care sector, exploring what the sector is doing to enhance people’s lives, support the planet and improve products. At Weleda, our sustainability commitment goes beyond sourcing organic raw materials.