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  • Varsity graduate makes a living from trash April 7, 2021 10:52 pm The Chronicle (Zimbabwe) The Chronicle Midlands Bureau Chief TO others, an attainment of a degree and better still a postgraduate degree, signals a white collar job, with a big mahogany desk, an air-conditioned office and a secretary to take one’s calls. Such qualifications have …
  • Insulated Shipping Packaging Market size to reach approximately USD 3 Billion by 2026 | Market Research Future (MRFR) March 4, 2021 3:56 pm EIN Presswire Pune, March 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The insulated shipping packaging market is growing promisingly, witnessing the rising demand for developing temperature profiles for medicinal products in distribution. A systematic evaluating process for the …
  • Aichi Design Vision: Manufacturing collabs inspire creative homeware projects February 28, 2021 10:14 am Japan Times It’s hard to avoid mentioning the effects of COVID-19 on the design industry when the pandemic has so drastically altered the way we consume. Still, economic setbacks have motivated some compelling creative projects. When faced with a downturn in business …
  • Eco-friendly gardening: transform outdoor spaces with plastic-free pots and planting choices wildlife will love February 6, 2021 3:41 am Evening Standard A new wave of savvy young gardeners are finding solutions to the problems of our age. Gardening isn’t always as green as it’s cracked up to be. We douse our plants in chemicals, waste precious water, rip carbon-locking peat out of the ground and use 500 …
  • Zero waste gardening: 15 ways to have greener fingers December 4, 2020 10:46 pm Stuff Gardening, I’m sure you agree, is good for us. It’s good for our physical and mental health. Whether we are taking time to smell the roses, making daisy chains when we should be mowing the lawn or filling a basket with homegrown fruit and veges, gardening …
  • Filth, faeces, rotting food: Hoarder ordered to clean home July 13, 2020 2:44 pm Sunshine Coast Daily A MAGISTRATE has given a Rocklea family two weeks to clean up the extraordinary mess in their house or Brisbane City Council officers will do it for them. Council officers have been pursuing the family ever since a public complaint about their 33 Cambridge …
  • Slavery documents from Southern saltmakers bring light to dark history April 16, 2020 2:58 pm Los Angeles Times - California Inside the cramped and dusty attic overlooking the pale green Kanawha River in the Appalachian Mountains, stacks of 100-year-old business records — deposit books, letters from customers, employee records — balanced precariously on cabinets, lined shelves …
  • International Paper: Covid Resiliency With Long-Term ESG Thesis April 7, 2020 7:07 pm Seeking Alpha International Paper (IP) is a business that investors seem to have missed in the coronavirus sell-offs. Although it has shown some price resilience, it has nonetheless traded down with many of its industrial peers. We believe that the market is making a …
  • War years entertainment relevant today March 26, 2020 8:50 am The Morning Bulletin REMINISCING about days gone by raised many happy memories for Pauline Anderson of games and entertainment that were not electronic and would serve well in these difficult times of social distancing and isolation as the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps through our …
  • Formafantasma: Cambio review – how good is wood? March 5, 2020 9:05 am The Guardian What’s not to like about wood? It sucks up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as it grows, then spits it out as lovely lengths of golden timber, ready to use for everything from eco-friendly buildings to biodegradable paper straws and cardboard cups. It is …