September 24, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Australian made Cadbury Dairy Milk Blocks will be among the first food products in the world to be available and wrapped in recycled soft plastic packaging, the confectionary brand has announced.
Announcing the news today, Cadbury’s owner US firm Mondelez International said it had sourced the equivalent of 30 per cent of the plastic needed to wrap the brand’s famous blocks from recycled sources.
Eliminating greenhouse gas emissions in a company’s supply chain and among its customers—so-called Scope 3 emissions—is the biggest challenge in decarbonizing most businesses. Effective solutions are needed that companies can implement to decarbonize their value chains. Globally, buildings account for 40 percent of greenhouse gas emissions. Fortunately, decades of experience with green buildings support a bold vision for net-zero buildings.
DÜSSELDORF, Germany, and DEERFIELD, Ill., September 21, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Henkel and Pregis recently joined forces to advance the development of sustainable protective packaging solutions that meet environmental goals and address future packaging requirements.
In the latest episode of the CGF Podcast, host Louise Chester talks to Carlos Mario Giraldo Moreno, CEO of Grupo Exito, and Board member of The Consumer Goods Forum. Carlos Mario shares his thoughts on corporate responsibility in the post-covid world, the company’s work on sustainability and health, as well as consumer and retail trends in Colombia and Latin America.
September 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Mondelēz International today announced that Cadbury Dairy Milk made in Bournville and sold in the UK and Ireland is to be made with packaging containing up to 30% recycled plastic.
Cadbury, the UK’s biggest food brand, will roll out the packaging innovation on more than 28 million sharing bars in 2022.
MILWAUKEE, September 21, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Rockwell Automation, which for two decades has been named to leading sustainability indices, has expanded its corporate sustainability team and function. The expansion follows the 2020 launch of Rockwell’s updated sustainability strategy and priorities, which included a new net zero, carbon neutral goal (Scopes 1 and 2) by 2030. The team reports to Rebecca House, Rockwell’s senior vice president, chief people & legal officer.
Yes! Tetra Pak® cartons are recyclable! Learn more about the carton recycling process and the different paths a carton can take once placed in your recycling bin. To learn more about carton recycling in your community, please visit recyclecartons.com.
The future of our everyday computing devices continues to be defined by lower power consumption and higher performance, all wrapped into smaller, sleeker form factors. Qualcomm Technologies’ innovation in mobile computing isn’t limited to smartphones and laptops. Smaller, powerful platforms, like wearables, are creating new, exciting possibilities for the next generation of mobile personal devices.
Cynthia Figge, our CEO and Co-founder, was a panelist on the 13th episode of Syndio's Fairness at Work Webinar: How to Incorporate Pay Equity into your ESG Strategy. Cynthia was joined by Lisa Edwards, President and COO of Diligent Corp., and moderator Maria Colacurcio, Syndio CEO.