So you want a low emissions car yet have a relatively small budget. Is it possible for under £10,000? The answer is yes, if you are willing to look hard and take your time.
Why haven’t adults considered using a scooter before? We buy them for our kids to whizz around on as they are lighter and more transportable than bicycles, why not buy them for ourselves too? Cycling tends to use just the legs and your top half is pretty stationery. Scooter riding is more of a whole-body workout.
Bristol Food Network have teamed up with South Bristol’s Children Centre to launch Bristol’s first Community Fridge. The project, pioneered by Hubbub UK, looks to locally distribute what would otherwise be food waste whilst promoting a sharing community culture.
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An increasing number of food businesses, including restaurants, street vendors and canteens, are putting sustainability at the top of their menu and championing the sustainable food movement.
The food industry is solely responsible for almost a third of global emissions. We need to get this under control – perhaps artificial intelligence is the answer?
One of the main challenges that face CSR and sustainability managers today is being able to collect and manage enormous amounts of data whilst guaranteeing data quality.