The Woolmark Company, On and SALEWA have announced the prize winners and 12 innovative finalists’ concepts for the Woolmark Performance Challenge 2021 – the preeminent ideas platform for the sports and performance market. This year, the Woolmark Performance Challenge partnered with two brands for the first time: Swiss running specialists, On, and Italian skiwear experts, SALEWA. On challenged participating students to explore apparel innovations that respond to the highest demands of performance for modern outdoor runners, whist maximising fashion-forward wearability. Whilst SALEWA asked entrants to innovate low environmental-impact fabric technologies to create thermo-regulating apparel for mountain activities. The Woolmark Performance Challenge is a world-leading incubation program for tertiary students. It encourages innovative thinking resulting in ground-breaking ideas whilst fostering the education and development of the next generation of game-changers. From more than 400 entries from across the globe, the 12 most promising ideas were selected as finalists, before judges selected the winners for each category.
ature’s Way receives sustainability award Published 11:58 AM EST Feb 1, 2019 The Twin Lakes Sustainability Volunteers recently named Nature’s Way as the first recipient of Local Sustainability Hero Award.
Tiny Spark speaks to Senior Editor Cyndi Suarez to find out what music is sustaining her in this new era of anxiety and isolation.
The state of Washington is known as a leader when it comes to sustainability. The Oct. 28-30 Green Strides Tour that I attended highlighted the many different approaches districts have taken in schools located in rural settings, small towns, and even the heart of urban Seattle.
Now more than ever, we must heed the wisdom of indigenous peoples. This wisdom calls upon us to care for the earth so that not only our generation may enjoy it, but that future generations may as well.” This wisdom is passed down to us through stories and spirits.
Accountancy Europe has proposed new structure for sustainability and other forms of non-financial reporting Further consideration should be given to the problems that need to be addressed Any solution must involve enforced mandatory requirements for large companies Accountancy Europe’s proposed structures for sustainability and other forms of non-financial reporting mirror those of financial reporting that gave the world (except the US) International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).