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British Museum to display ‘world’s first single-use cup’ fashioned by Minoans 3500 years ago

An ancient cup, designed to be hurled out with the rubbish, is going on display at the British Museum. The 3,500 year-old, single-use vessel, which once contained wine rather than coffee, was made by the Minoans, one of the first advanced civilisations in Europe.

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GSTC 2019: Marketing sustainability and influencing travellers’ preferences

From #GSTC2019, the French-speaking media platforms TV5 Monde and Voyageons Autrement, which aim at raising awareness on sustainable tourism, are reporting…

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The Sustainability EDIT 2019 Retail Analysis

In this report, we look at the state of sustainable fashion, and if newness in fashion is outpacing consumer demand?

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Sustainability measures in Champagne, France, wine region

Champagne is one of the most sustainable wine regions in the world. These are the ways it’s doing its part to reduce climate change.

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Sustainability in 2020: A look ahead

This post is sponsored by Philip Morris International. As all businesses glance at the blank slate for 2020 and start to fill in the year’s pages with benchmarks, initiatives and other goals, companies in a transformative state must pay special attention to their evolutions.  Sustainability is one…

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Luxury Travel Seeks Sustainability

Luxury travel market is attractive to many countries.

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A decade in review: Vote for the defining sustainability moment of the 2010s

As the 2010s draw to a close, edie has analysed the key movements and announcements that push sustainability and climate action from a niche activity to a global necessity. Cast your vote to decide which of the seven moments was most profound.

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Sustainability conquers luxury sector

The luxury sector too is moving slowly towards sustainability: business models like clothing rental and co-ownership are some of the recent luxury trends.

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Kerala govt bans manufacturing, sale of single-use plastic from January 1

Read more about Kerala govt bans manufacturing, sale of single-use plastic from January 1 on Business Standard.As per the decision, plastic manufacturers, wholesalers and small sellers who violate the law can be fined Rs 10,000 for the first time and Rs 25,000 for violating the law again…

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1,500 DJs Sign On For Eco-Riders With No Single Use Plastic

Richie Hawtin, Annie Mac, Nicole Moudaber, Honey Dijon and Pete Tong are just a few of the DJs who have signed on to the pledge with Bye Bye Plastic.

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Hyatt will phase out single-use bathroom amenities

The number of major hotel brands who have denounced single-use toiletries just climbed to three.

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Selfridges Remove Single-Use Wipes From Beauty Halls

Department store Selfridges have announced its removing all single-use wet wipes from its Beauty Halls and instead selling reusable, recyclable alternatives…