Alex van Os Australian eco-stylist shares why thrifting promotes a circular economy and shares her tips on thrift shopping. If you want to be a better op shopper, make sure to read this…!
By 2025, Lee plans to use 100% renewable energy in its facilities, utilize at least 50% sustainable synthetics, source only sustainable cotton, & use Indigo dyed products.
Volvo CE is investing 16 MSEK at its Eskilstuna, Sweden, site, including an arena for electric and autonomous machines.
Megatrend Spotlight: Earlier this year, 3M shared the megatrends we see shaping the next 5-10 years of life on this planet. To understand the source of these trends, and their impact around the globe, we are taking a deeper dive into their key themes and the ways our people, technology and solutions are working to improve lives. The global economy’s linear business model depletes natural resources faster than they can be replenished and puts strain on the natural environment. As we transition to a more sustainable world, it’s important to advance circular business models which reimagine waste from one process as raw materials for another. Despite advances in waste management and recycling processes, recent events like bans on waste imports, record low oil prices, and the global pandemic have brought about new challenges.
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