The butterfly effect theory is the idea that one small occurrence can significantly impact the world. Advanced materials from Alleima can contribute to innovative changes that help raise productivity, energy efficiency, and minimize environmental impact. In a global marketing campaign “900 ways to make a change” Alleima highlights how more than 900 advanced alloys can make a change globally.

Due to the global trend towards electric drives and e-mobility, the limited raw material lithium will be less available in the future. The lubricant manufacturer Zeller+Gmelin therefore feels responsible for increasing the share of sustainable, resource-saving lubricating greases. With Divinol Multipurpose Grease Ca 2, a lithium-free grease has now reached the market that was developed entirely on a calcium-soap basis. In future, the product will serve as a high-performance alternative to the proven Divinol Multipurpose Grease 2.

This year marks the 75th birthday of the Hannover Messe, at which Kaeser Kompressoren has been an exhibitor since 1954. For the compressed air specialist based in the Bavarian region of Upper Franconia, it has always been very important not merely to be a producer of compressed air components. Even then, economy, efficiency, dependability and sustainability were key criteria behind all of the company’s new developments, driven by constant innovation and refinement. Naturally, this remains true for the new products that will be launched in 2023.

Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) has been recognized as a “Supplier Engagement Leader” in the Supplier Engagement Rating (hereinafter “SER”) conducted by CDP, an international non-profit organization. The selection is based on Toshiba Group’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions throughout its value chain.

The newly announced expansion of the Green Claims Code (GCC) guidance, which now includes FMCG household essentials, gives vital clues to the future direction of sustainable business, says B2B print and packaging communications specialist, PHD Marketing.

Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) has obtained the ISO certificate (ISO 30415:2021) in diversity and inclusion and another (ISO 30406:2017) in sustainable employability management, to be the first government entity regionally and globally to achieve such a feat. This is the fruit of the Authority's efforts to implement the highest international standards in empowering cadres and human resources management, which enhances its position and efforts in activating and leading the cultural movement in Dubai.

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