Selfridges has removed all single-use beauty wipes from its in-store Beauty Halls and its online offering, in a bid to reduce the plastic footprint of its customers’ bathroom routines.
A new textiles economy: Re-designing fashion’s future presents a radical rethink for the fashion and textiles industries – breaking away from the outdated practices that have led them to become a major source of pollution and waste. The vision explores how pioneering business models, new materials and innovative design can move those industries towards a system in which clothing lasts longer, is easier to recycle and does not release toxins or pollution.
Tastes change all the time, but rarely do we see significant shifts to/away from traditional staples in a given geography. But that is precisely what’s happening now. We have three bold food trends headed our way. And AI is helping restaurants stay ahead of them, and navigate the future of food. It’s What’s for Dinner! When deciding what to eat for that next meal, more and more often, consumers are making an ethical choice. And it’s not about being vegan, as most of them are not. They’re just impact-conscious and seek to create the least amount of suffering and waste as possible. They’re “eating with a conscience,” as the visual below from The Scotsman shows.