Even as designers such as Eileen Fisher, Gabriela Hearst and Mara Hoffman struggle to stay in business, they see opportunity for sustainable fashion in the wake of the pandemic.
Despite accelerated progress over the past decade, the world will fall short of ensuring universal access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy by 2030 unless efforts are scaled up significantly, a new report reveals.
Jaguar Land Rover’s (JLR) venture capital and mobility services arm has invested in a blockchain technology scale-up that will help it to make supply chains for battery materials more sustainable.
Electric vehicles are seen as a key part of the transport sector’s low-carbon emissions, but the metals and minerals used in their batteries aren’t inherently sustainable
Called Circulor, the blockchain platform uses a combination of GPS, biometrics and QR codes to create a tamper-proof trail of audit for raw materials. The platform tracks compliance with environmental and social regulation and company pledges in these fields, while also calculating the carbon footprint of the materials.
As the government has waged a war against single-use plastic bottles, various industry leaders have sought the removal of the proposed ban on PET water bottles of 200 ml and less, which they claim are 100% recyclable.