Reading Time: 4 minutes The world is increasingly turning to better battery technology for clean energy solutions, aiding in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and enhancing energy security. Batteries, particularly lithium-ion, support renewable energy sources, foster electrification of transportation, and create diverse opportunities. Continue reading The future of clean energy depends on Better batteries
Reading Time: 3 minutes Sustainable battery technology encompasses batteries that are efficient, durable, and environmentally friendly. Key types include lithium-ion, solid-state, flow, and metal-air batteries, each with their own merits and challenges. Continue reading How to power your Business with Sustainable Battery Technology?
Reading Time: 3 minutes The use of lithium-ion batteries is vital for a low-carbon economy but poses environmental and supply chain issues. Recycling and reusing these batteries, critical for a circular value chain, can recover valuable materials, reduce emissions, and create economic opportunities. Continue reading How recycled lithium-ion batteries can power the future of clean energy?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Tesla’s Solar Roof combines aesthetic appeal with solar energy generation, aiming to replace traditional asphalt shingles. Despite having the potential to generate around 30% more energy than traditional solar panels, their efficiency, increased costs, and availability pose challenges. Continue reading Is Tesla Solar Roof ahead of its game?
Reading Time: 2 minutes Electronic waste, or e-waste, doesn’t biodegrade due to various components like precious metals, plastics, and circuit boards. This leads to environmental issues, including toxic chemical leaching, incineration hazards, resource loss, marine and terrestrial toxicity, and climate impact. Continue reading Is electronic waste biodegradable?
Reading Time: 2 minutes The rise in electronic device usage, driven by technological advancements and a disposable culture, has caused a global e-waste crisis with significant environmental and health implications. However, e-waste recycling methods and sustainable practices provide solutions, despite requiring holistic support from manufacturers, policymakers, and consumers for effective management. Continue reading The Digital Dilemma: When did E-Waste become a Headache?
Reading Time: 2 minutes The rise in electronic devices has led to an increase in electronic waste (e-waste), some of which cannot be recycled. Challenges include hazardous materials within electronics, non-recyclable components, mixed materials, the small size of certain devices, and specific unrecyclable plastics. Continue reading Which electronic waste cannot be recycled?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Sustainability and social responsibility are connected concepts that foster ethical business practices and societal consideration. They encourage resource conservation, ethical behavior, climate change mitigation, and social equity. Continue reading How is sustainability related to social responsibility?
Reading Time: 3 minutes The rapid acceleration of technology has increased electronic waste (e-waste), posing environmental and health risks due to toxic substances, such as lead and mercury. Improper disposal exacerbates pollution, particularly in lower-income countries lacking e-waste management. Continue reading Uncovering the Dark Side of E-Waste
Reading Time: 2 minutes Sustainability trends include the circular economy, renewable energy, sustainable materials, regenerative agriculture, biodiversity, and equity and inclusion. Key implementations are seen in companies like IKEA, Apple, Google, Amazon, Adidas, Dell, General Mills, Danone, Walmart, Unilever, and Patagonia.
Continue reading What are the key Sustainability Trends to watch?