Audi’s supply chain shake-up and Wales’ coal plant closure: The sustainability success stories of the week
As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly round-up of five of the best sustainability success stories of the week from across the globe.
Brands risk being delisted if they ignore green concerns, according to survey of over 80 global chains…
UNESDA President outlines the sector’s 2019-2024 aspirations: sustainability, responsibility, competitiveness
Last year marked UNESDA’s 60th anniversary and gave the soft drinks industry an opportunity to reflect on the progress it is making, and the direction ahead. The sector is now focusing on three critical areas: sustainability, responsibility, and competitiveness.
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Scandinavian fashion label and global It-brand Ganni hardly caused a stir recently when it closed Copenhagen Fashion Week with a sustainability-themed showcase titled “Life on Earth.” Considering that sustainability is now a consumer trend, it is no surprise that a luxury brand touted as “a magnet for cool girls all over the planet” aimed to boost its street cred with a show that put sustainability at its core.
It’s not clear what concept of justice this activism actually serves.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation is announcing a series of initiatives to reduce waste at Hyatt hotels globally, including introducing large-format bathroom amenities and reducing single-use water bottles by June 2021.
To help reduce electronic waste, a new EU law will require manufacturers to ensure their home appliances are easier to repair. Environmentalists have hailed it as a milestone. But the new law still has gaps.