Which Environmental Issues Will Be the Worst in 2024?

1. Climate change Cr: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/990440143026867054/ Climate change poses a grave threat to our planet, evident in rising global temperatures, melting ice caps, and increased frequency of extreme weather events. The primary culprits are human activities, notably the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation, leading to excessive greenhouse gas emissions. To address this crisis, transitioning to […]

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Korea initiates the implementation of regulations concerning eco-friendly packaging

Climate change and pollution have become social problems in recent years due to their severity. Especially among “Greensumers,” a group of consumers who seek value-conscious consumption and are enthusiastic about environmental. In recent years, waste generation has become a vital issue in Korea, particularly around the Mid-Autumn Festival and Chuseok Festival. The Ministry of Natural

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Thailand strictly bans plastic waste imports by 2025

In early 2018, the Thai government implemented a ban on the import of most types of plastic waste, including unsorted plastic waste and contaminated plastic waste. The ban was introduced in response to concerns about the environmental and health impacts of plastic waste, and to promote more sustainable waste management practices in the country. The

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Our activities towards SDGs

Daiwa Shiryo’s group works with an Environmental Motto, “We will work to maintain and preserve the sustainable better world for the future and the global environment”.We enable following sustainable development actions, in order to take part in this international goal for a sustainable and better world by 2030, and pledges to “leave no one behind”. Environmental Policy

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Introduction of 3 Eco-Friendly Applications in Thailand

Environmental issues are widely discussed in modern activities, online material, and new technologies. Another convenient option for us to protect the environment right now is by using a smartphone application. DST would like to suggest three environmentally friendly applications that bring people and the environment closer together. ECOLIFE Mr. Pipat Apirakthanakorn and Ms. Siraphan Wattanachinda,

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Circular Economy EP.2

Growing wood in a lab After the scientists cultivate the plant stem cells into the required quantities of wood, they place them in a printer where the cells act as “Printing inks” and they can instantly print products ranging from small wooden toys to large wooden furniture. Image by MIT MIT’s researchers claim that creating products

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Paper Clay: turning waste paper into marble furniture

Paper waste, particularly shredded paper, continues to be a challenge for recycling. It is because when the paper is shredded, the fiber is also cut shorter. Cutting multiple times results in short fiber with lower strength. However, Design An Mor identified the problem, resulting in the recycling of paper waste from industries and companies by

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