At a time when we’re all dreaming of a well-deserved break, it’s more important than ever to stick to good habits: travel, be it close to home or far-flung, romantic or relaxing, must still be sustainable. At any rate, that has been the way for Monaco and the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer group for over a decade now. In this interview with two Monegasque women who have made a career out of sustainability, we talk about the group’s commitments, as well as its social and environmental success stories.
Against a backdrop of new green legislation and increasing consumer demand for low-carbon, resource-efficient products and services, almost half of UK businesses are planning to up their sustainability-related investments over the next two years.
Update on our progress on sourcing sustainable palm oil – achieving 100% RSPO certification and beyond 9 October 2020 We know our customers care about where their food comes from. Palm oil is a common ingredient used in many food and non-food products. When sourced responsibly, it is one of the most efficient vegetable oils with the least environmental impact.
Palm oil can be found in half of all packaged products, as well as many consumer goods. Learn about the significant misconceptions about palm oil and how to solve the problem of sustainability versus growing demand.
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Andy will explain what the issues are with palm oil relating to modern slavery, land grabbing and deforestation, which impacts wildlife habitat, including endangered orangutan populations. It is impossible to sustain the global requirement without palm oil, but if the issues around it are not dealt with properly, it could drive the orangutan into extinction. Andy will present a solution which will satisfy retailers, suppliers and consumers.
Greenpeace Africa activists and volunteers have made a rallied call to Nestlé, urging the multinational corporation to end its reliance on single-use plastic.The protestors delivered a plastic ‘monster’ partly covered with Nestlé branded plastic packaging to a Nestlé factory servicing Kenya and…