Environmentalists say the food giant’s latest policy to address the growing plastic pollution problem is unclear and lacks bite. As one of the largest providers of food and beverages in single-use plastics in the world, is it doing enough to make sure its plastic debris does not end up in the ocean?
Pats Oliva –
The syringes, needles, expired pills that are used in healthcare must be disposed in a way that is both responsible and environmentally friendly. Health Care Without Harm Asia's Pats Oliva outlines four considerations for the healthcare industry.
Richard Walker –
From food apps to selling out-of-date goods at a cheaper price, Richard Walker of waste management company Reconomy examines what strategies supermarkets are using to solve UK's food waste issue.
and Richard Fuller –
Pollution is responsible for 16 per cent of all deaths globally, but has been accepted as the price to pay for economic development. How can we enable developing countries to avoid this foul development trajectory?
Australian cities today reap the benefits of policy and institutional reforms decades ago that ensured liveable urban environments. How can the country build on that legacy, asks Monash University's Chris Chesterfield.
Tourism can be a water-guzzling business, with out-of-towners consuming up to 40 per cent of a locality's water. University of Huddersfield's Brendan Canavan explains why you should leave your worries, not your good toilet habits, at home when travelling.
The latest addition to our publications series “Informal Waste Management”, a report that we have constructed after interviewing dozens of stakeholders, visiting waste management sites, and following the paths of ...