I am almost 30 years old and when I look into the mirrow, I recognize those small and yet growing wrinkles on my face. They were always there, just very small, but lately I feel they appear in greater depth. And so there are other bodily changes that manifest themselves on my skin. Those are … Continue reading Erase your face – a social dimension on sustainability
One of the many reasons that make me support bio-based materials, is their untapped potential as circular material. There is no sand or mineral that can transform itself as a result of anerobic digestion processes as ecological and energy efficient then bio-based materials. Transforming bio-based resources has multiple benefits. One of them is the fact … Continue reading Biobased materials are the solution for mitigating Scope 3 emissions
A few weeks ago I watched a Netflix documentary on healthy diets, which highlighted the versatile and healthy diets of hunter gathrers. Hunter-gatherer culture was the way of life for early humans until around 11 to 12,000 years ago. The lifestyle of hunter-gatherers was based on hunting animals and foraging for food. What I liked … Continue reading Limits to growth for the bio-based economy, why circularity is the way to go in 2020
To date construction projects are following the linear economy in which man-made resources such as brickets, metals, cement and clay are used and disposed at the end of a buildings’ life cycle. In 2017, buildings and constructions together consumed 36% of the final energy produced globally while being responsible for 39% of the global energy … Continue reading Bamboos’ fit in the construction industry – A micro material comparison
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Hi, I’m Ann, studied and worked in the field of sustainability for more then 9 years and happy to illustrate thoughts an examples that touch on various domains of sustainability.
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