Even as designers such as Eileen Fisher, Gabriela Hearst and Mara Hoffman struggle to stay in business, they see opportunity for sustainable fashion in the wake of the pandemic.
Single-use has become a dirty hyphenate in many aspects of life, but not in the medical space, where non-reusable plastic devices have improved patient safety. In light of COVID-19, is society ready to reconsider the health benefits of single-use products in everyday life?
To mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Nutreco today publishes its online 2019 Sustainability Report, highlighting the work being done across the company at both a global and local level to drive the company’s mission of Feeding the Future.
Denim brands and mills share updates on new collections designed according to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Jeans Redesign project.
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As the pandemic has grounded much of its fleet, the airline continues research into halving its net emission levels by 2035……
Once the coronavirus pandemic ends, and a “new normal” begins, what will the conversation around sustainable composites and advanced materials sound like?
Reusable makeup remover pads are becoming more and more common because the ones we throw away end up in a landfill, hurting the environment in the long run.
While some parts of Canada have more options than others, every province has at least a few upstart viticulture enterprises.
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