The Cornfield Flower Project was started in 1998 to try and reverse the plight of these rare annual plants of arable fields. In this short audio interview, recorded in a wonderful field of poppies and other wildflowers, Project Co-ordinator Chris Wilson outlines the aims and achievements of the initiative. The Cornfield Flowers Project is funded by the North York Moors National Park Sustainable Development Fund, LEADER and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
by Mining IQ
In this interview with Dr. Hal Aral, Stream Leader for Waste Water Treatment, from the Minerals Down Under National Flagship at the CSIRO, he talks about his work on sustainable development through fresh water usage, its applications and his advice on successful recycling and water reuse operations. Questions we asked include:
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Tags: sustanable economy, sustainable development, zerowaste
Muna Lakhani of the Institute for Zero Waste Africa (IZWA) talks about why we need to shift to a future sustainable economy.