Waste harvests like straws are often burnt away if not used. Open field burning of agriculatural straws has led to enhanced green house effect causing global warming and climate change. Innovative products designed using renewable materials made from waste straws can go a long way to promote a more sustainable environment.
There is a whopping 17% more food per person than 30 years ago. However, there is also increased food wastage along the supply chain from the farm to the serving table. Combating food wastage can ideally solve both a societal and environmental problem, making the world a more liveable future.
Green buildings are constructed with aim to reduce the overall impact of the building on human health and the natural environment by either efficiently using energy, water, and other resources and hence reducing waste, pollution and environmental degradation.
Plastic is one of the most used material due to its versatility. However, it is not biodegradable and is hence lambasted as one of the most unenvironmentally friendly material. Leading to many dumping ground from the ocean to land leaving a mess for not just the youths of our generation but for generations to come.
Date: 2nd Nov '18 - 4th Nov '18
Registration: 6.30pm on 2nd Nov '18
Dismissal: 5pm on 4th Nov '18
InnoSpace新零售实验室 / InnoSpace RetailTech Lab
Room 201, B building, Li Cheng Fang, 2000 Yishan Road, Minhang District, Shanghai