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It might seem strange to think of digitalisation as putting us on a trajectory towards a sustainable future. Here’s how it is.
The circular economy seeks to eliminate waste and, soon, it will become a necessity for global organisations.
Increasingly, the concept of the ‘circular economy’ – repurposing and reusing products – is becoming popular in the mining and metals industry.
There’s a plastics problem going on globally. So, where exactly are we going wrong, and how can we improve the plastics situation?
You’ve probably heard the phrase ‘reuse, recycle and repurpose’ – but going digital in recycling could actually reduce our environmental footprint.
Blockchain could tokenize electricity to save costs, protect the environment and to allow people to source their own power.
The circular economy does not have to be a threat to mining. Recycling and reusing can, in fact, complement the mining industry.
Gold is a lucrative commodity, and its value only appears to be on the rise. Yet there’s a problem in the gold industry, and that’s illegal mining.