We live in a world dominated by climate and sustainability challenges so it’s no surprise that nature and wellness architecture, including resilience to climate change, is one of the hottest trends in building and urban design in 2019. But what exactly is nature and wellness architecture and how is it impacting our cityscapes and the places we call home?
By 2030, the Paris metro will be expanded to twice its size and become the largest and most state-of-the-art subway system in Europe. But how do you dig about 200 kilometers of tunnels and stations without them constantly falling back in? By filling them with something very similar to quicksand, is the strange answer, which we explain in finer-grained detail in this post.
Olives aren’t just great appetizers and classic additions to a dry martini. Ingredients made from them also help save sharks from being harvested for their livers. By looking out for these plant-based alternatives in your skin cream, body lotion and other personal care products, you can support olives in their noble task.
Product traceability may not sound like a thrilling subject, but in our globalized world, it’s increasingly important. How can you be sure of the sustainable origin of goods? How can they be protected against counterfeiting? Together with a Swiss start-up, Clariant is developing a truly unique answer to this question: tiny DNA-based tracers.
Sourcing energy from biomass can be a great way to decarbonize our economies and increase sustainability in the transport sector. Since its beginnings in 2006, Clariant’s sunliquid® process for turning agricultural residues into second-generation biofuels has reached one major milestone after another.
Houston, TX, November 2, 2016 – Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals, today announces a number of investments which increase the footprint of its Mining Solutions business and further improve its product portfolio, customer base and technical expertise.