This week’s run time is 1:03:05. CONSIDERING CIRCULARITY (8:50) Featuring a recap of interviews and stories from Circularity 22, held this week in Atlanta. INTERVIEW: Jon Smieja, vice president of circularity and senior analyst for GreenBiz, reflects on hot topics and themes  STORY/AUDIO HIGHLIGHT: Planet vs. plastic: Three steps to solving the global plastics crisis
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With the growing pace of development, researchers have been experimenting with various artificial intelligence technologies through devices and products. However, implementing artificial intelligence in electronic device requires customised hardware, which in turn result in high power consumption. It has been a challenge for researchers to solve issues related to high power consumption that limits the integration
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The “most valuable car in the world”, a 1955 Mercedes-Benz, has sold for a record €135m (£114.4m). The car is just one of two ultra-rare original 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupes from the Mercedes-Benz Classic Collection and has been sold to a private collector. Proceeds of the auction will be used to establish a worldwide Mercedes
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Bruce Willis’s wife has revealed her struggles with mental health after the Hollywood star was diagnosed with a brain disorder. Emma Heming Willis admitted putting her family’s needs above her own had taken a “toll”, but had learned to make space for herself. The 43-year-old model, who shares two daughters, Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, eight,
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“We don’t have time to waste.” With this imperative tagline, American retail giant Walmart launched its Circular Connector this spring. The goal: to accelerate innovation in the field of sustainable and circular packaging, creating a bridge between companies looking for packaging that has less impact on the environment and those with new solutions to offer.
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This is an excerpt from “Climatenomics: Washington, Wall Street, and the Economic Battle to Save Our Planet” (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022). Reprinted by permission of the publisher. While government policies and leadership from Washington can help accelerate change, there’s another place that can accelerate change much faster: Silicon Valley. In 2003, as a national technology
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