Placing science at the heart of the circular economy – POLITICO

Via EPPA As heat waves wreak havoc across Europe for another summer, the European Commission is pressing ahead with its goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions across the bloc by 55% by 2030. This ambition is to be commended, although it will undoubtedly huge ramifications for every European citizen and business. The European Green Deal … Read more

UNI’s John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center supports innovators, startups | Businessmonthly

FOR BUSINESS MONTHLY The University of Northern Iowa John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center (JPEC) offers support to Iowa’s entrepreneurs amid a changing workforce With changing workforce trends across the state, Iowa’s entrepreneurs work in more diverse spaces than ever before. The newly-reorganized University of Northern Iowa John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center (UNI JPEC) has extended its services … Read more

Business briefs, June 25, 2022 | Business

Moore Title & Escrow merges with Meridian A more than 100-year-old local title business has merged with a larger one. Moore Title and Escrow announced earlier this month on its Facebook page it has merged with South Bend-based Meridian Title Corporation, effective June 6. “We are looking forward to bringing their sales staff around soon … Read more

The dead rivers, the exorbitant price of the economic route of Bangladesh

The Balulier Balulier Kalu Molla commune to work on the fleece of Buriganga, which borde la capitale Dacca, avant que les bas quartiers qui pullulaient sur ses rives ne cèdent la place aux usines de confection et que ses eaux vives ne deviennent noires. A man of 52 years, who suffers from one of these … Read more

Workshop plans to bring community members together to grow local creative economy | Local News

As arts and entertainment continue to be a force for community development in Somerset-Pulaski County, the Somerset-Pulaski Economic Development Authority (SPEDA) is offering a free workshop to further conversation about growing the local creative economy. SPEDA is partnering with the Kentucky Small Business Development Center (KSBDC) to host an Art Builds Business Builds Art (ABBBA) … Read more

Washington state ranked No. 3 for green economy jobs | News

(The Center Square) – Washington state is poised to take advantage of the green economy, according to a new analysis from PromoLeaf, an organization dedicated to promoting products and services that are environmentally friendly. Among the key findings of the company “Green Jobs Report 2022”Is that an estimated 875,000 Americans work in“ green jobs ”- … Read more

Donna Probes: Plot your course for success | Business

Donna Probes Writing a business plan is one of many important steps an owner needs to take before launching a new business. For most of my SCORE clients, this step is by far the most intimidating. But once the task is done, everyone agrees that their plan played a major role in their ability to … Read more

Report: Local economy continues to grow despite inflation’s presence | Latest Headlines

Overall unemployment continues to drop while non-farm employment continues to rise in the College Station-Bryan Metropolitan Statistical Area, according to June’s economic indicators released by Texas A&M University’s Private Enterprise Research Center. From March to April, the unemployment rate decreased one-tenth of one percent, making April’s rate 3.3%. According to previous reports, there has been … Read more

Business strong at MFS compost site, some odor complaints continue | Local News

GOOD THUNDER – The MFS compost facility near Good Thunder is seeing demand for its composted food waste soar and managers say they are taking steps above and beyond what’s required to ensure they are operating within state and county guidelines. MFS stopped collecting food waste from area businesses in spring of 2019. The facility … Read more

TentCraft launches Sentry Covers | Business

TRAVERSE CITY – In the age-old question of what came first, employment preceded the enterprise at Sentry Covers. When Tom Straub took the position of vice president of sales at TentCraft, it didn’t take him long to realize his previous employment at Latham Pool Products would follow him from upstate New York to northern Michigan. … Read more