I consider myself fortunate to live in a country – Luxembourg – where the principles of a Circular Economy are strongly endorsed by the government and starting to take ever-deeper hold throughout society. And while the circular economy – an alternative to the current linear, “take-make-dispose” model of production and consumption – is gaining global traction with increasing speed, developing viable and sustainable circular business models presents a challenge crying out for answers.
Most companies aren’t nearly as green as everyone thinks they are. As the dreaded pandemic reminds us nature — not humans— is the real boss of this planet, companies worldwide are attempting to make strides in sustainability. Young product manufacturers and startups live and breathe green as part of their company DNA. Older and legacy companies typically have to revisit policies and processes to determine where adjustments can be made. Whether they are making the changes purely for the benefit of the environment, for the sake of compliance or in direct response to public outcry, any and all efforts are certainly welcome and much needed.
Freight business process outsourcer (BPO) DDC shares how LTL carriers and 3PLs can keep freight moving with sustainable margins despite COVID-19 pandemic.
California-based Logistic Gliders says it would be able to move goods up to 70 miles away and they are designed to be released from a conventional aircraft at altitudes of 25,000ft.
The beauty retailer announced environmental sustainability initiatives, in response to consumer demand, late last year….