This post is sponsored by Philip Morris International. As all businesses glance at the blank slate for 2020 and start to fill in the year’s pages with benchmarks, initiatives and other goals, companies in a transformative state must pay special attention to their evolutions. Sustainability is one…
The world’s largest furniture retailer has revealed that 70% of the materials used to make its products during 2018 were either renewable or recycled, as it strives to reach the 100% mark by 2030.
We can live without Friday happy hours at the bar, seeing a show at the local theater, or, much to our dismay, a weekend outing to our local beach or park. But there’s no compromising a healthy well-balanced diet. In a new reality dominated by takeout, delivery, and empty shelves at the grocery store, finding a sustainable and healthy meal for your family can be a struggle.
It seems that people are slowly but surely beginning to understand the terrible impact our actions can have on earth. And one of the biggest and most environmentally harmful human marks we have made is with plastic.
Lika and Mali Losinj are listed among the top hundred world sustainable green destinations for 2020, a list compiled for the sixth year in a row by the international foundation “Global Green Destinations”, which brings together the world’s sustainable tourist destinations.