Sara Bronfman: Sustainability News

July 02, 2020

Sustainability News



Welcome to the Sara Bronfman environmental news fan blog. Here is recent news from the eco world. A recent study has shown that people who live in built-up areas are less likely to take actions that benefit the environment and that developing urban green-areas could increase sustainability.

Sustainability including urbanisation, shifting demographics and consumer expectations, and an increasing acceptance that climate change and resource scarcity are pressing problems is how we use a material that can be manufactured and processed so that it contributes to sustainability rather than having a negative impact on the environment.

Recycling can happen through an efficient circular economy, in which our natural resources never become waste. A simple example is how old plastic bottles can be washed, processed, and turned back into new bottles without any waste being produced. Alternatively, plastics can be turned back into oil and gas, which in turn can be used to produce new plastics in a truly circular fashion.

The team at the University of Exeter found that many green choices were more likely to be taken by those living in greener areas or the coast as well as those who spent more time in nature.

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  1. This is exactly the kind of helpful and thorough information i’m looking for. Much appreciated Sara Bronfman!

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