Monday, January 17, 2022

evian reaches milestone with bottles made from 100% recycled plastic

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On a mission to become circular by 2025, evian has reached a key milestone in its sustainability journey by introducing a range of bottles...

The Swag produce bag design proven to keep fruit and veggies for 2 weeks

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The Swag enables Australians to lead healthier lives, reduce the cost of fresh produce to the household budget by extending the life of produce, saves time as longer shelf life means fewer trips to the shop and combat both food waste in addition to plastic pollution.

Aviation H2 seeks to disrupt global aviation sector with green energy

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As the global race to decarbonize the aviation industry continues, a company has been launched in Sydney and could become Australia’s first hydrogen-fuelled aviation company. Aviation H2 is revolutionizing the aviation industry by creating green hydrogen technology solutions to serve aviation applications in an attempt to cut global pollution.

Tech for Good is offering support to startups in Australia’s race to net zero

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Fishburners has facilitated forging of frontiers for more than 2,300 Australian startups. Many of these have grown to become household names such as MadPaws, Car Next Door and V2 Foods. They have facilitated the creation of more than 6,000 Australian jobs.

Grid Edge secures £2m funding to reduce the carbon impact of buildings

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Cleantech start-up Grid Edge has successfully closed a new £2 million funding round with participation from bp ventures, Goldacre (part of the Noé Group) and Aston University.

ePac digital printing for flexible packaging launches in Australia

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ePac Flexible Packaging, the industry leader in digital printing for flexible packaging has launched in Australia with its first manufacturing facility opening in Melbourne.

Epson climate reality barometer reveals startling climate reality deficit

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To mark 50 days before the start of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 26), in UK, Epson has announced the results of its Climate Reality Barometer.

Collecte, the startup leading the charge against fast furniture

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When Collécte launched mid-lockdown in 2020, founder Mellisa Giuffrida was looking to introduce high-end pre-owned designer furniture and accessories into the circular economy.

Governments ignoring the economic devastation of Net Zero policies unlikely to survive the storm

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The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has warned policy makers in London and Brussels to draw lessons from Europe’s looming energy crisis with growing public outrage and upheaval.

ReCo launches hyperlocal refill delivery for eco-friendly brands

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ReCo, a hyperlocal refill delivery service, has officially launched services across metro Sydney. Danling Xiao and Anett Petrovics aim to help Australians transform the way they consume daily products that rely on plastic with a solution based on reusables and not just recyclables.

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