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  • ...tic of the Anthropocene. For example, protests by people affected by toxic waste dumping in Campania, Italy culminated in the constitution and mobilisation
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  • [[Category: Waste]]
    1 KB (172 words) - 21:06, 23 July 2021
  • ..., Green Deal reports, community wind and hydro schemes, food growing, food waste, community composting and recycling. [[Category: Waste]]
    2 KB (247 words) - 20:42, 23 July 2021
  • ...main initiatives in sustainability led by the the municipal government, in waste management and renewable energy. Waste management.
    2 KB (295 words) - 20:44, 23 July 2021
  • * Onsite composting of organic waste;
    1 KB (193 words) - 21:00, 23 July 2021
  • * Waste Not
    17 KB (2,344 words) - 11:12, 30 May 2020
  • ...iance and support of local economy, 7) water and wastewater management, 8) waste and scrap management, 9) human development and capacity building, and 10) f ...ties), 90% reuse or recycle over half their waste and 85% compost all food waste ([[SDG12]] on responsible production and consumption), 80% have established
    18 KB (2,475 words) - 09:36, 13 February 2021
  • ...ties), 90% reuse or recycle over half their waste and 85% compost all food waste ([[SDG12]] on responsible production and consumption), 80% have established ...on systematic increases in use of raw materials and energy, production of waste and levels of inequality.<ref> Schneider, F., Kallis, G., Martinez-Alier, J
    109 KB (14,609 words) - 20:33, 1 July 2021
  • ...reat strides in reducing its environmental impact with regard to municipal waste management and the urban population's exposure to air pollution. Progress i
    2 KB (322 words) - 19:52, 8 July 2021
  • ...ble energy. Progress was less significant but still visible with regard to waste generation and treatment, consumption of toxic chemicals, volume of freight
    827 bytes (115 words) - 19:54, 8 July 2021
  • ...f reducing GHG emissions by 20% by 2020 (considering the food/agriculture, waste, energy and transport domains)." ( :11)
    8 KB (1,162 words) - 19:57, 8 July 2021
  • ...g.de Foodsharing] is a German online exchange platform for preventing food waste in Germany, Austria and Switzerland with 200.000 registered members and 300
    21 KB (2,811 words) - 09:23, 13 February 2021
  • ...crete answers and embarked on projects to respond to the different issues: waste reduction, greenhouse gas reduction through the development of active mobil
    27 KB (4,076 words) - 10:41, 26 July 2021
  • ...S, nearly fifty per cent were active in the domain of food, 38 per cent in waste, 28 percent on transport and 27 per cent on energy.<ref name="TESS D4.1" />
    16 KB (2,321 words) - 09:22, 13 February 2021
  • ...eople with disability represent the majority of the users. CBIs engaged in waste activities seem to favour inclusiveness while beneficiaries of CBIs engaged
    26 KB (3,850 words) - 20:49, 27 July 2021
  • ...ate within one or more of four specified domains (food, transport, energy, waste) ...d from retailiers who would otherwise need to dispose of it, reducing food waste and hence lowering GHG emissions from decomposition in landfill and by redu
    24 KB (3,429 words) - 13:24, 9 July 2021
  • ...are not formally in a network, for example the many Plastic Free and Zero waste initiatives which have sprung up over Ireland in the last few years. The Pe ...ages and communities have set up community gardens, plastic free and zero waste initiatives independently.
    34 KB (4,948 words) - 09:24, 13 February 2021
  • ...itizen activation, improvements in waste management, the beginning of Zero Waste programs and boosting the NGO sector in general.
    7 KB (1,000 words) - 09:27, 13 February 2021
  • ...on sustainability, ecology, climate change, environmental protection, zero waste, biodiversity, alternative energy etc. ...l cleanup, engaging a large number of citizens to collect illegally dumped waste. The cleanup on 17 April 2010 had 270,000 participants, or 13.5% of the pop
    8 KB (1,188 words) - 09:30, 13 February 2021
  • ...TESS, nearly 50 per cent were active in the domain of food, 38 per cent in waste, 28 percent on transport and 27 per cent on energy.<ref name="TESS D4.1" />
    6 KB (843 words) - 10:07, 23 July 2021

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