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Lab-grown meat telling convenient lies about carbon footprint?

Lab-Grown meat is often marketed to be more environmentally friendly than beef. However, researchers have found that these “cultivated” meats may actually produce an impact substantially higher than retail beef. According to Derrick Risner, UC Davis Department of Food Science and Technology, “If this product continues to be produced using the “pharma” approach, it’s going to be worse for the environment than conventional beef production.”

Neste oil makes sustainable aviation fuel deal with Emirates Airline

Neste, a Finnish oil refining company, has expanded its partnership with Emirates Airline by collaborating on the supply of sustainable aviation fuel in 2024 and 2025. Flights departing from Amsterdam Schipol and Singapore Changi airports will now fly with a blend of conventional air fuel and Neste’s sustainable aviation fuel. 

Washington may become first state to pass green amendment

On January 29, the state of Washington held a public hearing on a proposed green amendment. According to Maya K. van Rossum, “The Washington Green Amendment, if passed, would make Washington the first state in the nation to explicitly and unequivocally provide constitutional protection for the right to a safe climate.”


Bluewater unveils sustainable water solution for hotel industry in Indonesia 

Water solutions company, Bluewater, showcased its innovative HotelBottlingStation™at a hotel conference in Jakarta, which lets hotels say goodbye to the hassles and costs of buying, transporting, storing, and recycling plastic water bottles — a win-win for both the environment and the hotel’s bottom line.


Tucson Botanical Gardens earns nomination for USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards

The Tucson Botanical Gardens has been nominated for the Best Botanical Gardens category in USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards. Voting is currently open and will conclude March 4 at noon. “We are elated to receive this nomination for the second consecutive year!,” expressed TBG CEO Michelle Conklin.


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