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Waste management is a sector that, in addition to improving the environment, has the potential to improve the economy. The authorities increasingly understand the importance and benefits of the “circulation” of the economy. For this reason, besides the recycling, they encourage the waste reduction, the production of articles from recycled raw materials and conservation …

Creating Energy and Fighting Waste in Yemen

The humanitarian crisis in Yemen is considered to be among the worst in the world. In 2019, 80 per cent of Yemen’s people were in need—an estimated 24 million people. The 2019 Humanitarian Needs Overview for Yemen report shows that 14.3 million people are classified as being in need, with around 3.2 …

Vojin Djordjevic: Preciousness of Unprocessed Water

When VODAVODA first appeared on our market in 2004, in just three months, it won millions of consumers and a third of the domestic market of bottled water. The water factory stopped operation in the meantime, VODAVODA disappeared from the shelves and the rest of us were deprived of one …

ECOHEALTH – In which Way Have We Disturbed Balance in Nature?

The occurrence of a type of pollution entails the disturbance of the natural balance in other parts of the ecosystem, affecting all human beings, since pollution does not know national and regional borders, nor racial, gender, and class differences. Despite the availability of a large amount of data and information, …

New Neighborhood in Stockholm To Foster Sustainable Development

  One might say that the first Global Environmental Conference was not Rio+20 in 1992, but The United Nations Conference on The Human Environment (UNCHE), which took place in 1972 in Stockholm. Although some people may disagree with this affirmation, there is no doubt that the UNCHE, whose main goal …

Mixed Fortunes for Nuclear Power

In July 2013, hundreds of people took to the streets in the southern Chinese city of Jiangmen to protest the proposed construction of a uranium processing plant in the region. The $6 billion plant would have supplied fuel for the country’s rapidly expanding nuclear power industry. But the plan was …