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  • When opportunity knocks will you be ready?

    With a start of the New Year, most people are talking about New Year’s Resolutions and how many things they are going to do differently. Eat healthily, go to gym, eat less chocolate, drink less, work harder, save more... Now...

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  • Why is employee retention so hard to achieve

    While it used to be commonplace decades ago for people to stay with a company for 10 or 15 years, now that is very rare. The ideal of job security has been replaced with career progression so staying at a...

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  • Switching to EV’s

    If you’re a private car owner you may have been having the debate with yourself for some time now. Should you trade in your petrol vehicle and buy an EV instead? The environmental argument for it is there, plus there...

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  • Cross sector collaboration is required to reduce carbon emissions and waste

    Reducing carbon emissions is recognised as a global issue. It is one of the reasons that the Paris Climate Accord was so significant, with world leaders recognising that collectively and individually countries have an obligation to implement changes that can...

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  • What’s the economic case for lowering carbon emissions and improving recycling efforts?

    Environmental issues are often viewed as being idealistic rather than realistic, and it’s likely that apathy towards the planet has landed us in the current climate crisis. Many people don’t quite grasp the economic value of having clean water and...

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  • What could a renewable city grid look like?

    There is certainly a greater awareness of climate issues and the need to look to renewable resources for energy generation, rather than fossil fuels that release large quantities of harmful CO2 emissions. Most people are in favour of renewable energy...

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  • Can the electronics industry become circular?

    As a modern generation we are incredible proud of our technology, how it has connected and evolved our world, providing convenience at a click of a button. But we don’t always ask what it’s costing our world, or more specifically...

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  • Is switching from plastic to paper really better for the environment?

    At first thought the answer to this question seems obvious. We’ve all seem the images of turtles with plastic straws stuck up their noses and whales washed up on beaches with a stomach full of plastic. And these images are...

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  • Making the curve happen

    In the world of resource management, recycling and renewable energy, it is encouraging to see that the dominant conversations in the industry involve the circular economy in some way. Business leaders are asking the questions: How can we make the...

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  • Is there a way to have fun without the mess?

    For many festivals and big events there is a big build up and great celebration during the events. People party and have fun with a sense of abandon that goes with the whole festival vibe. Unfortunately the theme of abandonment...

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