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Glass fibres

Glass fibres existing in a wide range of types for several ends use made by melting silica (sand material) at very high temperatures and adding to the melt the necessary fabrics. High temperatures always incur significant energy costs.

Glass recycling

Glass recycling is a perpetual form of recycling. Unlike some other recycled products, a recycled bottle can be recycled into another glass bottle; this process can go on endlessly with no loss in quality or purity. Glass is 100% recyclable.

Global Commons

Global Commons is a term used to describe the resource domain that lies outside of the political reach of any one state.

Global cool

Can trend-setters inspire mainstream acceptance of sustainable consumption? Global Cool aims to inspire and enable a mass audience to adopt low-carbon lifestyles by marketing or selling green lifestyle choices to trendsetters through consumer-facing campaigns.

Global Dynamics

Global dynamics is a term used to describe a new way of thinking about a wide variety of global challenges that recognises that there is a host of factors—complexity, politics, economics, culture, technology, demographics, environmental.

Global Organic Cotton Org

Global organic cotton org. is a web platform for the organic cotton community worldwide, where knowledge about ecological and fairtrade cotton exchanged, and relevant information made available

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), this widely used sustainability reporting framework sets out; principles and sustainability indicator that organisations can use to measure and report their economic, environmental, and social performance.