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From making algae-sequin dresses, dyeing clothes with bacteria to planting trackable pigments in cotton, an emerging tide of technological innovations offers the fashion industry a chance to clean up its woeful environmental record.
The international team from the World Health Organization (WHO) and Chinese experts examining this issue came up with four hypotheses.
Certain Covid-19 vaccines require deep freeze temperatures, resulting in the need for special transportation equipment and facilities.
Fashion has somewhat of a bad reputation – from the impact on the environment to how it affects communities. Covid-19 helped exposed its flaws, accelerating a change for good.
This new technology can be used to track drugs and allow access to patient records, among other uses, in a safe manner.
Egypt, Italy and Turkey are the countries that release the most plastic into the sea, mainly due to large coastal populations and huge amounts of "mismanaged waste".
Future food-related emissions could push Earth above the 1.5°C warming threshold – seen as the guardrail for avoiding devastating climate impacts – by 2050.
A new law governing supply chains seeks to place greater pressure on international companies to make sure goods are produced under sustainable conditions.
It’s time for the cruise industry to reassess their health and safety standards in the wake of the new world that undoubtedly awaits travellers at the end of this Covid-19 pandemic.