A company in Turkey called Pugedon has come up with an effective way to solve two crucial problems – their vending machine in Istanbul takes bottles deposited for recycling and dispenses food for the city’s stray dogs.
The United Nations Environment Programme Policy Series paper on Green Economy (Restoring the natural foundation to sustain a Green Economy - A century-long journey for Ecosystem Management) focuses on what to do in the transition period of the next 20 years after Rio+20.
In little over a month, from early May to mid June, the initiative organized by Rimini Fiera was unanimously appreciated and met with promising results in Germany, Slovenia, Bulgaria. The next stage is going to take it to Turkey, Serbia and Great Britain
Do you ever wonder how controversial ingredients end up in your food in the first place? For instance, why are energy drink companies allowed to add novel ingredients such as botanical extracts to their products? And why were companies ever allowed to use partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), a major source of artificial trans fat, in processed foods? In other words, can companies add whatever ingredients they want? Or does the federal government have a say in the matter?