Sustainable New of the Month – November 2017

Sulapac Ltd presenting a Novel Premium Eco-Packaging at Luxe Pack Monaco – A new eco-packaging designed in Finland is taking over the world even though it is still in its infancy. I hope this it the future and we could say bye to the plastic cosmetics waste!

Are Petite Poplars the Future of Biofuels? Studies Say Yes – Researchers are studying whether poplar trees might be the more sustainable source of fuel and how to create it economically.

Sustainable New of the Month - November 2017 - byLiiL

 Pulling Iron Out of Waste Printer Toner – To combat the toner waste problem and wasting important resources a group has reportedly devised a way how to get iron out of the printer toners and reuse it as a bridge or building components.

Organic Farming Can Make an Important Contribution to World Nutrition, Research Shows – According to the research organic instead of the conventional farming could be more sustainable as well as contribute to world nutrition despite of lower numbers of yields.

Additive Manufacturing And Sustainability: The Environmental Implications of 3D Printing – Nevertheless of the excitement of 3D printing and its possibilities, it’s impact on the environment and sustainability hasn’t been researched widely yet. This article discusses the current research conducted and what may be possible implications.

Sustainable New of the Month - November 2017 - byLiiL

Green Roofs To Reduce the Effects of Climate Change – It is no surprise that green roofs are good for the climate and people as well, but the research explains that if at least 40% of roofs were covered with plants it could start combatting the climate change.

Crunch Time For Food Security – Insects are considered as an option to feed the population of the world.


Let me know any other interesting sustainable news!

With love,


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