Reebok’s Nicole McLaughlin Turns Sustainability Inside Out With Design
Slides made from Wilson tennis balls and color-block pants made from two Columbia Sportswear ski jackets are two of her more unexpected designs.
The War on E-Waste and Everything in Between | PBA
With over 20 million tonnes of technology ending up in landfill each year, Cat Harding and Mardi Brown knew they had to “Pony Up” – or do their bit. Now they’re not just diverting tech from landfill, they’re changing a culture of corporate e-waste, writes Maggie Coggan in this month’s Spotlight on…
Nike’s former sustainability lead: After building public support, business climate activism can now sway policy
Amid the growing climate movement among citizens, brands can now use changing consumer demands as a foundation to shape green policy, Nike’s former vice-president of sustainable business and innovation Cyrus Wadia has claimed.
Fashion Industry Sustainability: Eco-Friendly News, October 2019
Highlights of brands, retailers and fashion industry initiatives on sustainability, eco-friendly products and more, rounded up by FN.
Finding Sustainability in Today’s Chemicals, Oil and Gas Market
The competitive nature of the chemicals, oil and gas markets requires that facility owners and operators continue to find ways to improve their current margins and establish resilience regarding long-term and financially relevant environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks. Doing so may mean a significant investment in renewable feedstocks. It may also mean the optimization of base operations and investment in new greenfield and/or brownfield technology upgrades, both new units and retrofits.
What is the circular economy?
The concept of the circular economy has been around for decades, but this sustainable way of doing business is getting a boost from a new breed of environmentally aware consumers.