A new ISO standard that helps assess the sustainability of products and processes related to bioenergy has a huge potential to tackle climate change, promote energy security and foster sustainable development.
Smart cities make sense: they waste less, offer better quality of life and ensure a brighter future for the next generation. But as more and more communities strive to optimize services and become more sustainable, how can they tell if their actions are making a difference? A new ISO technical specification can help them out.
For the automotive and aerospace industries, saving weight is a top priority to reduce CO2 emissions and improve fuel efficiency for environmental protection. Now, thanks to hybrid mixed materials such as plastic-metal assemblies, these industries can rise to the challenge. But how safe are these products? Are the materials efficient enough to guarantee people's safety?