Unilever’s latest Sustainable Living Report shows how brands are innovating for impact
April 16, 2019 - We’re eight years into our 10-year Unilever Sustainable Living Plan and have made significant progress across many of our ambitious targets. We have also learnt a lot during that time. Not least that new technologies, new business models and new ways of thinking are all vital to creating the change the world needs – quickly and at scale.
While we still face many challenges and don’t have all the answers, it’s clear that doing things differently will continue to be a key driver of our growth.
Although more than seven-in-10 (73%) Americans think global warming is happening and nearly the same amount (72%) say global warming is important to them personally, according to new research from Yale, the concept of climate change is still called into question on a nearly daily basis.
The problem of apparel waste has become, with over 10.5 million tons dumped in landfills in North America every year. There are many statistics quoted on the matter, but leave it to say that the vast majority of what we get rid of ends up in landfills, some say as high as 80%.
Gildan supports Fashion Revolution’s campaign for the third year
Gildan is participating in the Fashion Revolutions’ #whomademyclothes campaign, a global movement working to elevate transparency in the clothing industry and change the way clothes are sourced, produced and consumed.
The collaboration project between Costa Cruises and Fondazione Banco Alimentare Onlus to recover and reuse surplus food for social purposes continues in the Ligurian city with Costa Fortuna
GENOA, Italy, April 12, 2019 /3BL Media/ – The collaboration project between Costa Cruisesand the Fondazione Banco Alimentare Onlus food bank to recover and reuse surplus food produced on board cruise ships for social purposes continues. Costa Fortuna, calling today at Genoa, has officially become part of the Costa ships' food donation programme.
CNH Industrial has published its 2018 Sustainability Report. This Report was prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards, the main international framework for reporting on governance, environmental and social themes, and the AA1000 AccountAbility Principles Standard.
On April 4, industry leaders gathered for several panels at Harvard University’s Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center to discuss topics ranging from food waste to agricultural innovation at the Small Change, Big Impact Food Summit. The event was hosted by Harvard University Dining Services and Hormel Foods.
The problem of food insecurity was a centerpiece of the event, and Greater Boston Food Bank chief operating officer Carol Tienken spoke candidly about the issues facing Massachusetts and the country.
Thoughtful Luxury: How Business and Creativity can Drive Sustainability and Growth
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Christopher Raeburn appeared on-stage at the prestigious Condé Nast Luxury Conference discussing all things RÆBURN, Timberland and how business, creativity, and collaboration can drive sustainability and growth along with panelists Jochen Zeitz, Sylvie Bénard of LVMH, moderated by Suzy Menkes and Jo-Ann Strauss. Raeburn, who joined Timberland as global creative director this past fall, share's the brand's longstanding commitment to responsibility.
Company on Track to Meet Ambitious Renewable Energy Goals by 2020; Aims for 100% Renewable Energy by 2025
NEW YORK, April 11, 2019 — Bloomberg LP’s sustainable business practices have improved the company’s energy efficiency by 45% since 2008, avoiding more than 1 million metric tonnes of CO2e emissions, according to the company’s 10th annual Impact Report released today. Bloomberg is on target to reach 35% renewable energy use in 2020, continuing on its path of 100% renewable energy by 2025.