Articles by tag: sustainable

The Future of Food and Protein Alternatives is Sustainability

food and protein alternatives

Alternative Proteins, produced from animal cells or fermentation, are designed to taste the same or better than traditional animal products at the same or lower price. By 2050, global meat consumption is projected to reach between 460 million and 570 million tons. Cultured meat, which comes from stem cells extracted from living animals, is…

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Architecture & Design
What Role Will Architects Play in Natural Disaster Preparedness?

This year has been a compilation of catastrophic natural disasters, from fires ravaging Greece and California, to flooding inundating New York and China, to hurricanes smashing into Louisiana and the U.S. eastern coast. It’s not off target, either, to feel like the frequency of these climate-related disasters is increasing; the numbers back it up. An…

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Energy
How Fusion Energy and the Sun Provide the Inspiration that ITER Needs

The world depends on energy. It has since the dawn of time, and how we capture energy is always changing and evolving. The dependence on fossil fuels has consequences, so many countries are looking for ways to generate clean energy with nuclear fusion. ITER is a global collaboration working to forever change the way the…

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How Will the Corrugated Packaging Industry Change This Year?

Growth-prompted industry changes, emerging packaging trends, and smarter packaging machinery continue to encourage the corrugated packaging industry towards advancement. Whether you’re a product manufacturer, a secondary packaging consultant, or even a packaging automation expert, it’s vital to understand—and be ready for—these changes. Here’s what you need to know to keep your competitive edge in the packaging world….

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Architecture & Design
How Transparency Can Lead to Sustainable Building

Sustainability, transparency, wellness and resiliency are the pillars of the green building world. Host Daniel Huard, the Godfather of Sustainability, collaborates with the experts around the world focusing on green design.   Sustainability is a topic that is becoming more and more a part of our daily conversations at home and in the workplace. Daniel…

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Architecture & Design
The Importance of Wellness in the Workplace

Sustainability, transparency, wellness and resiliency are the pillars of the green building world. Host Daniel Huard, the Godfather of Sustainability, collaborates with the experts around the world focusing on green design.   Wellness matters. Yoga sessions and meditation are great, but wellness can expand far past fitness and self-care routines. How we work affects our…

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Architecture & Design
What Lies In Your Walls? Exploring the Healthy Alternative to Fiberglass Insulation

Today’s consumers are more and more concerned with their health and the health of the planet, and their buying choices reflect these holistic values. Construction materials, like insulation, are no exception to the rule. Though fiberglass insulation has long been the industry standard, there are healthy and environmentally conscious alternatives that are upsetting the…

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Your Front Door is a Stage
Your Front Door is a Stage
May 30, 2024

In his recounting of experiences at the stadium, Jesse Cole reveals a deep-seated passion for engaging with fans and the impactful memories created at the end of each game. Known for its vibrant atmosphere, the stadium becomes a place where joy is palpable as fans of all ages and players alike celebrate together, demonstrating the…

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mental health support
Johnny Crowder Utilizes Personal Experiences to Drive Mental Health Support
May 30, 2024

In this episode of the “Highway to Health” podcast, host David Kemp dives into a powerful conversation with Johnny Crowder, the founder and CEO of Cope Notes®. They explore how personal experiences can drive impactful mental health support. This discussion sheds light on the transformative power of using one’s past challenges to benefit others…

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workforce development and health equity
Advancing Workforce Development and Health Equity: HIMS 2024 with Geoffrey Roche
May 30, 2024

Healthcare Rethink host Brian Urban sought out innovators and experts at HIMSS 2024 to discuss workforce development and health equity. Urban sat down with Geoffrey Roche, the Director of North America Workforce Development at Siemens Healthineers and host of the Holistic Leadership podcast, to delve into pressing healthcare topics, including workforce development and health…

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Is the Supply Chain Ready for Real-World Asset Tokenization?
May 29, 2024

In an evolving digital landscape, the mass investment in real-world asset tokenization, or RWA tokenization, is leading as one of the most exciting and world-shaking movements in tech. Opening up endless possibilities for leveraging blockchain networks to represent firm ownership rights of physical assets as onchain tokens, this advent of onchain asset ownership is…

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Bamboo is Becoming the Leading Face of Sustainable Design
May 10, 2019

Today’s residential and commercial architectural projects are increasingly looking at sustainable building materials as both an environmentally-responsible option and an appealing aesthetic for design. Bamboo, a sleek, sustainable and durable material, is making waves in the AEC community; to discuss the popularity of bamboo-based building materials, host Tyler Kern sat down with Jeran Hammann,…

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