Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship: Member Spotlight
According to a 2011 MIT Sloan School of Management study, 67 percent of global executives say that sustainability strategies are necessary to be competitive. As a global leader in the sporting goods industry, the adidas Group recently redesigned its sustainability journey into a “4Ps” model emphasizing people, product, planet, and partnership.
These expert tips will keep you and the environment looking and feeling beautiful.
Why spend a small fortune on potentially toxic health and beauty products, when you can create your own with simple kitchen ingredients for half the price? Why buy your fashions from far away when you can get great products locally? Whether you’re going back to school or gearing up for chilly weather, September is the perfect time to evaluate your beauty and style regimens. A green beauty routine can not only reduce your carbon footprint, but parts of it can even double as fun indoor activities when the weather starts to get nippy.
All down will be certified against the gloabl Responsible Down Standard (RDS)
Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 6, 2014 /3BL Media/ – The North Face, the world's premier supplier of authentic, innovative and technically advanced outdoor apparel, equipment and footwear, today announced its goal to have 100 percent certified and responsibly sourced down across all product lines by Fall 2017. Leading up to this, The North Face will have 30 percent certified down by Fall 2015 and a goal of 60 percent certified down by Fall 2016.
Line Includes First Ever Fair Trade Certified Baby Clothes
BOULDER, CO, July 16, 2014 /3BL Media/ - PACT, an ethical and organic apparel basics brand, announced today that it is releasing one of the largest organic cotton Fair Trade Certified™ lines by a US apparel brand. The line features 78 different items across 19 product styles including the first ever Fair Trade Certified™ baby clothes.
Sustainable fashion takes it's seat at the head of the table this Father's Day.
By Bianca Alexander
Unlike most animal species, historically, the human female has taken on the laborious and often exhilarating role of dressing flamboyantly in order to attract a mate she can depend on for protection and propagation of the species. As a result, in accordance with the law of supply and demand, fashion designers have gifted women with an entire arsenal of options for adorning and transforming themselves, from silk corsets to stilettos, ball gowns to ballet flats, kimono wrap dresses to kitten heels.
New York City stylist creates a thriving sustainable business
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Whether you've always dreamed of having a personal stylist put together your look, or are looking to wear a more eco-conscious wardrobe, watch this episode of Conscious Living TV to transform your personal style. This week, Bianca visits New York for a transformative session with ethical stylist Jill Heller and her favorite designers.