This research aimed to determine how interested people are in bio-based bottles. We also compared bio-based options to the fossil-based industry standard and determined consumer reactions to both. We measured consumer demand for bio-based plastic bottles as an alternative to a conventional (fossil-based) plastic bottle and investigated what conditions underlie this preference (e.g., bottle appearance).

Journal of Responsible Technology, Volume , 2023

The authors seek to create a framework that can inform the research agenda of the emerging literature of responsible digital transformation (DT). Through the research, two core questions are examined: '(1) when we can consider a DT process responsible (i.e., responsibility in DT), and (2) when we can consider DT outcomes responsible (i.e., the responsibility of DT)'. The authors point to the UN's sustainable development goals and its Universal Declaration of Human Rights as reference points for responsible DT.
This article supports SDGs 7,9 and 11 by proposing that the real-time online analysis, data integration, and prediction of future status, monitoring, decision-making, and self-healing of the power grid can be achieved, providing high security, reducing the risk of power grid accidents, and serving multiple fields of producers, consumers, and the entire country.

Clinical Imaging, Volume 95, March 2023, Pages 62-64

This Article supports SDGs 3, 5 and 9 by outlining how, in the current legal landscape, to reduce the collection and documentation of reproductive health information in nuclear medicine in light of the SCOTUS decision on Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health Organization that overturned a 49-year-old federal recognition of abortion rights.
Electromobility is the future main system for Swedish road transport that encourage sustainable urban transportation. However, emission impacts of applying electric vehicles (EVs) are currently controversial. This study evaluates and compares internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEVs) refer to both petrol and diesel-based engines and BEVs, focusing on environmental and energy impacts.
Green technologies (e.g., green preservation, processing, extraction, and analysis) and Industry 4.0 (e.g., artificial intelligence, big data, smart sensors, robotics, blockchain, and the Internet of Things) technologies rapidly becoming a valuable part of meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)over the past decade. These technologies demonstrate high potential to foster ecological and digital transitions of food systems, delivering societal, economic, and environmental outcomes. While a range of green technologies has already provided innovative solutions for major food system transformations, the application of digital and other Industry 4.0 technological innovations is yet to be adopted to harness their full potential to achieve a healthier, smart, more sustainable, and more resilient food future.
Using Health personal protective equipment (PPE) such as face masks, safety foot shoes and protective suits has expanded dramatically due to COVID-19 pandemic leading to a widespread distribution of t
This Article supports SDG 8,9 and 10, by examining the direct relation between economic inequity and burden of disease due to air pollution in India considering time trends from 2011-2019.
This article supports SDG 6, 3, 9 by exploring the diversity and ecology of freshwater diatom as bioindicators of 6 major freshwater ponds of Kanyakumari district, Tamilnadu
Biofilms are a major challenge for the food industry, due to their ability to contaminate surfaces. Foam flow cleaning successfully removed a significant part of one-day biofilms grown on stainless steel surfaces. Life cycle analyses showed that the foam flow process reduces all environmental impacts, mainly due to the reduction in water and energy consumption, which is a crucial contemporary issue.