Whole Foods to stop sale of unsustainable seafood

Whole Foods Market said Friday that it will stop selling fish caught from depleted waters or through ecologically damaging methods, a move that comes as supermarkets nationwide try to make their seafood selections more sustainable.

This Sept. 10 file photo, shows the seafood counter at Whole Foods Market in Hillsboro, Ore.By Rick Bowmer, AP. This Sept. 10 file photo, shows the seafood counter at Whole Foods Market in Hillsboro, Ore.

Starting Earth Day, April 22, the natural and organic supermarket chain will no longer carry wild-caught seafood that is «red-rated,» a color code that indicates it is either overfished or caught in a way that harms other species. The ratings are determined by the Blue Ocean Institute, an advocacy group, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California. Sigue leyendo

Buscando esas estrategias exitosas

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Expertos internacionales y empresarios locales compartirán tácticas de sostenibilidad e innovación ¿Expertos mundiales en estrategia corporativa, sostenibilidad e innovación aprendiendo de empresas de la región?

Aunque parezca difícil de creer, por primera vez, investigadores de talla internacional y empresarios locales se sentarán en la misma mesa de discusión para intercambiar experiencias sobre sostenibilidad y estrategia corporativa que luego compartirán con sus homólogos de la región. Sigue leyendo

Green architecture for sustainable living

Vietnam is developing green architecture to curb environmental pollution and offer sustainable living conditions, said Nguyen Tan Van, chairman of the Vietnam Association of Architects (VAA), at a recent seminar in Hanoi.

Seven Vietnamese architects shared their experiences in building green projects at the Apr.21 seminar entitled Green architecture from building reality in Vietnam . Experts agreed that green architecture is indispensable if Vietnam is to have a sustainable environment and development. Sigue leyendo