The PaperTale app allows users to scan clothing embedded with a smart tag to find out about the workers who produced it and the materials used in manufacturing.
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‘Pester Power or Parent Power?’, a new report from the Children’s Food Campaign and Food Active, is based on research with 942 parents and carers of children across the UK, conducted with the support of the Guy’s and St Thomas Charity. It reveals that: 9 in 10 (91%) parents taking part in the research say that the use of child-friendly characters on food and drink leads to their children requesting or pestering for those products. More than 8 in 10 (84%) parents agree that characters should be removed from unhealthy sweets, confectionery and snack products. Nearly 7 in 10 (68%) agreed….
The annual date marks the point at which humanity has used all the biological resources that the Earth can regenerate during that year.
Episode 79 of the Sustainable Business Covered sees edie’s content editor Matt Mace sit down with episode sponsors EDF Energy to discuss electric vehicle (EV) integration as well as talking to the Wates Group about how transport will be tackled as…