waste management and pollution control

Microfactories, an innovative approach to extracting value from waste materials, point the way to sustainable production and consumption.

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Regular stakeholder consultation is needed to address climate change and lessen pollution-related health impacts.

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Japan’s plan to release treated radioactive water from the crippled Fukushima reactor into the ocean has its supporters but is causing ripples in the Pacific.

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Fukushima’s fishers have constantly been the last to know about decisions which directly impact their livelihoods and way of life. That needs to change.

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More Indonesians are eating fish as part of their regular diet but microplastics do make it risky. There are ways to mitigate that risk.

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Worried about food waste? Here’s how researchers are working to solve the problem

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Air pollution has no respect for borders. Regional agreements can only go so far. The world needs a global agreement.

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As the world faces a growing food crisis, scientists are investigating how we can waste less of it.

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As locked-down citizens plodded through COVID with their home-delivered meals, a new waste stream was created. It’s time to start cleaning it up

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The problem of too much plastic packaging will not be solved without addressing its larger twin: food waste.

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Intelligent packaging offers promise for reducing food waste, with smart indicators letting consumers know whether their fridge contents are still safe to eat.

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