Facile synthesis of C60-nano materials and their application in high-performance water splitting electrocatalysis – Sustainable Energy & Fuels (RSC Publishing)

Here, we report the synthesis and characterization of crystalline C60 nanomaterials and their applications as bifunctional water splitting catalysts.The shapes of the resulting materials were tuned via a solvent engineering approach to form rhombic-shaped nanosheets and nanotubes with hexagonal close…

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Sustainability Plan | Sustainable Campus

Sustainability Plan For the Ithaca, NY campus The Sustainability Plan is a guiding document to support every department and unit, as well as individual members of the Cornell community, in advancing climate leadership, sustainability efforts in food, water, transportation and more, and…

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The future of sustainable diets

The future of sustainable diets LIVE WEBCASTS Our food systems contribute 21%-37% of global greenhouse gases. Changing what we eat, where it comes from and how it comes to us, will play a critical role in helping to reduce global carbon emissions. These seminars will explore what needs to happen to make our diets more sustainable – from seed to plate – and how to influence consumers to make sustainable choices.

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Top FinTech Solutions for Sustainability

Free Webinar through ZOOM. The FinTech For Sustainability event brings together the FinTech, InsurTech and PropTech companies with sustainable business models, accelerating the compliance with the 17 UN goals (SDG), as well as the largest companies that support the sustainable development of the…

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EFFECT OF AUTOMOBILE TECHNOLOGY ON ENTREPRENURSHIP FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN LAGOS STATE | Project Topics & Materials

EFFECT  OF AUTOMOBILE TECHNOLOGY ON ENTREPRENURSHIP FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN LAGOS STATE.TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1      Background of the study 1.2        Statement of the problem 1.3  Purpose of the study 1.4  Significance of the Study 1.5  Research Questions 1.6  Significance…

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Unilateral ban on single-use plastics ignores spirit of USMCA, critics, experts say

Canada’s proposed ban on single-use plastics may not run afoul of its trade deal with the United States and Mexico, but experts suggest it disregards the “pause-and-check” spirit of the agreement. The Washington-based Plastics Industry Association added its voice this week to a chorus of complaints about the proposal, which would classify certain manufactured plastic items, including straws and carry-out bags, as “toxic substances” under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act. The issue has extra focus due to the upcoming U.S.election…

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