Center Fellows Go To Vietnam to Research Apparel Sector
I am pleased to have two guest bloggers post today. Duke graduate students Britsy Neale and Tatyana Brown who are Fellows of the Center were funded to travel to Vietnam to research the global apparel sector and represent the Center at the global meeting of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition.
Water & Manufacturing
Many times organizations focus on new and emerging technologies as solutions to reduce both water and energy consumption in their own and their supplier manufacturing facilities. At the Duke Center for Sustainability & Commerce our researchers and students also continually explore ways to create technological innovations.
Rare Earth Metals
You may not realize it, but the average American has become highly dependent on Rare Earth Metals for many aspects of their daily life. However, the future availability of these metals may be at risk due to a variety of factors including consumption rates of an increasing global middle class as well as geopolitics.