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World-Renowned Architect Norman Foster on Green Building Practices

World Renowned Architect Norman Foster on Green Building Practices
Norman Foster is the founder and executive chairman of Foster + Partners, a global studio for architecture, urbanism and design, rooted in sustainability. Watch below as Foster speaks on how Read more


IoT adoption
As Congress Seeks Feedback on IoT Adoption, IoT Experts Should Seek Opportunities for Cross-Discipline Collaboration
October 3, 2023

In August 2023, the National Institute of Standards of Technology (NIST) put out a request for comments on the Preliminary Update from the Internet of Things Federal Working Group (IoTFWG), which aims to provide the nation direction on how to improve IoT adoption and expand its use cases for the future of industrial, corporate, […]

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retailers return strategy turn returns into revenue
Returns Cost Retailers Billions. Making Them Even Easier for Customers Will Turn Returns into Revenue.
October 3, 2023

Recently, fashion retailer H&M began charging its UK customers a small fee for returning online purchases in-store — and then hurriedly backtracked on this strategy. Meanwhile, the National Retail Federation found that returns resulted in $816 billion in lost sales for retailers in the United States last year. It should be no surprise, then, […]

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modern workspace innovations
Breaking Conventional Boundaries: A Dive into Modern Workspace Innovation with Workspace48’s Craig McPhail
October 3, 2023

The conversation around modern workspace innovation has recently become more pertinent as organizations seek to adapt to new-age working conditions, accelerated by the global pandemic. Challenging the conventional workspace models pave the way for more flexible, efficient, and technologically driven solutions. According to a survey by the Pew Research Center, about 54% of adults […]

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World-Renowned Architect Norman Foster on Green Building Practices
June 15, 2021

Norman Foster is the founder and executive chairman of Foster + Partners, a global studio for architecture, urbanism and design, rooted in sustainability. Watch below as Foster speaks on how architects need to evolve to make sure that they are putting green at the very core of their buildings and designs.   Foster: Buildings are […]

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How Pepsi Drinkers are Empowering Sustainable Farming
April 21, 2021

Pepsico recently announced its intentions to increase the company’s pursuit of sustainable farming. Watch or read below as Jim Andrews, Pepsico’s Chief Sustainability Officer, talks about the company’s plans to eliminate at least three million tons of emissions by 2030.   Host: You, of course, know PepsiCo as the soda snack giant, but the New […]

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TCC Partners with Recipric on Sidelining Carbon Initiative
March 29, 2021

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – The Conservation Coalition (TCC) is announcing Recipric as the official Sports Industry Partner for Sidelining Carbon. Recipric engages the sports industry in sustainability efforts by advising on a holistic strategy that incorporates environmental and social sustainability efforts, including resource efficiency in the stadium, fan engagement and sustainable partnerships, and reducing […]

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Recent QSR Moves as Digital Ordering Continues to Soar
February 18, 2021

As the pandemic and social distancing persist, more and more daily activities have gone virtual. When it comes to meal-time decisions, convenience is key for customers. With the limitations the pandemic has put in place, what’s the most convenient way to get healthy meals? Many city residents use food delivery services like UberEats, Postmates, GrubHub […]

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Balancing Cost and Function with Eco-Friendly Secondary Packaging
February 16, 2021

Sustainability is playing a more prominent role in corporate branding and imaging. While primary packaging is playing a key role for consumer packaged goods, a number of brands are interested in sustainable secondary packaging solutions. A growing demand for sustainable packaging According to PMMI’s report, Packaging Sustainability: A Changing Landscape, the sustainable packaging market is expected […]

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Polygon Reduces Carbon Footprint Whilst Saving Time and Money with RIT Plan in Belgium
October 1, 2020

Polygon in Belgium found themselves encountering a problem with technicians driving longer distances than needed, which led to lost driving time, high fuel costs and ultimately, pollution of the environment. “It also created frustrated technicians, so we realized we had to change our way of working,” says Carla Slaets Country president of Polygon Belgium. With […]

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Where Do All the Old Solar Panels Go?: Business Casual
August 4, 2020

Solar panels have long been the figurehead of the sustainability movement. They are the celebrities of being “off-grid,” representing everything it means to building a lifestyle in harmony with the earth. But how earth-friendly are solar panels? Powered by RedCircle Millions of tonnes of solar panels hit landfills each year, and that number is only […]

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Retrofitting Your Building to Go Green
January 22, 2020

Making the decision to “go green” and do your part to reduce your environmental footprint is an admirable one, but one that comes with an onslaught of questions – how will you go about it? What needs to be changed? Will it require a total upheaval? Fortunately, the answer may be simpler than you think. […]

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What Are Green-Collar Jobs, and Are They the Future?
December 26, 2019

Are green-collar jobs the future of the global workforce? With a growing focus on sustainability, more and more green-collar jobs are opening up. But what are green-collar jobs? They are generally seen as jobs that focus on environmentally conscious developments, technology, and policies as more industries increase sustainable practices. These jobs include: Environmental or biological […]

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