green building cover mag
August 2021
Achieving Global Sustainability Through Green Buildings
Globally, buildings are responsible for a huge share of energy, electricity, water and materials consumption.
Including the manufacturing of building materials, the global CO2 emissions were 39%. If new technologies in
construction are not adopted during this time of rapid growth, emissions could double by 2050, according to the
United Nations Environment Program.
May. 3 2022
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  • green building cover mag
    Achieving Global Sustainability Through Green Buildings
    Globally, buildings are responsible for a huge share of energy, electricity, water and materials consumption.
    Including the manufacturing of building materials, the global CO2 emissions were 39%. If new technologies in
    construction are not adopted during this time of rapid growth, emissions could double by 2050, according to the
    United Nations Environment Program.
    Read more
    May. 3 2022
  • Supplay chain resilience
    supply chain resilience in a post-covid era
    Since the onset of the global pandemic, the world faces a unique, complex challenge that is disrupting lives, livelihoods and societies. From a business perspective, companies that can remain resilient during these tough times, can also emerge stronger
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    Aug. 25 2021
  • Intelligence artificielle
    Growing Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Quality Assurance
    By attributing intellectual capacities to machines, artificial intelligence contributes to improve the operational performance of companies. These companies are able to carry out work, operations and management at a distance. This technology is increasingly evolving and is used in several sectors, including quality assurance.
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    Aug. 2 2021 - 3 min
  • Food safety cover blog
    Food Testing & Pesticide Control
    Access to sufficient quantities of safe and nutritious food is key to sustaining life and promoting good health. Food safety, nutrition and food security are inextricably linked. Unsafe food creates a vicious cycle of disease and malnutrition, particularly affecting infants, young children, elderly and the sick.
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    Jun. 23 2021
  • CYBERSECURITY BLOG ARTICLE BV
    Cybersecurity: a major risk to global prosperity
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a complete shift in the global digital landscape for individuals, businesses and governments. Cybercriminals have proven highly adept at exploiting a crisis or global event and a digital ecosystem where the risk of getting caught remains very low and the potential returns are very high.
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    May. 26 2021 - 3 min
  • Vessel
    Sustainability: A Business Imperative
    Traditionally, companies adopted sustainability strategies in order to comply with regulations and avoid fines. Now leading-edge corporations are embracing the concept of sustainability in order to be a part of the conversation on environmental policy and to satisfy growing consumer demand.
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    May. 26 2021 - 3 min
  • Field with wind turbine
    Renewable Energy Transition in Africa
    After years of depending on regulation for growth in the sector, renewable energy sources have become a powerful and cost-effective source of electricity. As costs continue to fall and wind and solar become mainstream, the renewable energy sector will only keep growing and solidify as a strong investment opportunity.
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    May. 26 2021 - 3 min
  • Precision farming with bureau veritas
    Precision Farming challenges in Africa
    Africa accounts for around 20% of the earth’s land, with terrains that encompass deserts, savanna plains and tropical rainforest. Agriculture on the world’s second largest and hottest continent also presents particular challenges with farms often spanning thousands of hectares and farmers experiencing frequent issues with parasites and fungi.
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    Apr. 13 2021 - 3 min