A direct quote from the article: “There wasn’t much consultation with marine engineers. But it looked cool.”…
Ikea has pledged to remove all single-use plastic straws from its product range and restaurants by the start of October this year.
Businesses rely on managing data, and for 40 years, one company has been at the forefront of helping them to do just that: Oracle is a global business leader that impacts companies around the world, helping them use data for people, not just about people. But how does Oracle help companies—specifically their HR teams—thrive in a world defined by agility and disruption? Juergen Lindner, SVP of Global Marketing, Oracle Cloud Applications, says that from the beginning, the company has never taken the easy way out: “We started from scratch. We rebuilt, rethought, reimagined everything, from the applications layer to the infrastructure layer, and that allows us to be unique in our ability to partner with our clients.” For every line of business, Oracle has packaged business capabilities where you can start anywhere and seamlessly extend it on the same platform.
Eighty percent of a product’s environmental impact is decided on the design table but most apparel professionals weren’t trained to design with the end-user or end-of-life of the garment in mind.
Retail Activist nominee Alannah Weston explains how Selfridges is leading the way on ocean sustainability and how she will continue to shout loudly on the issue.