CABA envisions climate action that advances economic prosperity for all, green jobs, and rapid decarbonization through innovation. We believe a green economy is not only demanded by the moment but is achievable and will create a sustainable future. CABA welcomes all businesses looking to take action on climate change. We help our business network push for an economy that benefits all and restores our planet. We leverage business voices as influencers in the community, encouraging innovation and providing avenues to help the private sector commit to better business practices. We provide our network with concrete, actionable ways for businesses to get involved and make an impact on climate change, while integrating these considerations into everyday operations and culture.
Food manufacturers and retailers such as Tesco, Unilever and Nestlé are “seizing the opportunity” of a thriving plant-based market to assist with the low-carbon transition, with a new report noting that the alternative protein mar…
The largest commercial property development and investment company in the UK, Landsec, has launched a Refill Me campaign, uniting 92 brands in the fight to decrease the amount of single-use plastic waste generated at its retail destinations
One of the key learnings from the raging pandemic across economies is to use resources more efficiently. It is also an opportunity for a re-look at th..
Saying no to plastic carrier bags and water bottles might be an adjustment, but if you’re like most people, you’re probably happily making steps to make your lifestyle more sustainable where you can. However, there might be one small but significant part of your sustainability journey that you haven’t considered…your stationery.
The Bic Crystal – probably the most famous plastic pen in the world – was invented in 1950. Since then, they’ve reportedly sold 57 pens a second, meaning that there are over 100 billion of them in the world. How many of these are languishing in a land-fill? We’d guess a few.
Reconnect with the ocean by choosing ethical swimwear that’s kind to the environment. For example, instead of the usual plastic-based synthetic materials, have you heard of ECONYL swimwear made from recycled fishing nets? From the sexiest vegan bikinis to the most fashionable sustainable swimsuits, we collect the range of the best fair trade brands. Ready to dive into it?