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Working with multiple partners, including recyclers, NGOs and schools, the soft drinks corporation is also helping to create income opportunities in the continent.
More than half a century on from the Civil Rights Act, a wealth gap exists between white and non-white America – with black communities often hardest hit.
This new office and warehouse space in the Netherlands not only boasts a sleek exterior, it has extraordinary green credentials.
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The dream of utopia, achievable or not, inspires many different people and groups to make the world a better place.
TIPA, a new World Economic Forum Tech Pioneer, has developed flexible packaging that, just like orange peel, is totally compostable.
Recycled in greater quantity and better, plastic still has a place in a circular economy.