sustainability Tag

Sustainability programs, if carried out correctly, can be powerful agents of change and innovation. That said, a lot of company-driven sustainability programs look great on paper but don't fly in real life.  Many are generic and tend to be for show rather than impact. They don't consider...

Plenty of systems we use today once begun on a very small scale, with only a handful of enthusiasts using them. Cut to a few years later, and these same systems have whipped up a storm in their respective industries. Think back to the World...

At a Unilever factory, back in 2015, six employees talked to their manager about starting a beauty and hair care course to prepare local women for jobs and entrepreneurship while simultaneously marketing Unilever products. The green signal came; the course was established. Just a year...

Global CO2 emissions have increased from 2 billion tons in 1900 to a staggering 36.5 billion tons in 2018, equalling 4.07 metric tons CO2 for the global average carbon footprint per capita. While it’s easy to read such data and largely stay distant from the issue, it is...

In the face of the pandemic currently dominating headlines and policies of all sorts, many sustainability initiatives have been forced to take a backseat. Eyes have turned to the offsetting of existential challenges and grappling with ‘the new normal.’  However, much like the people in Shibuya...

In simple terms, a circular economy is a system that is designed with the aim of eliminating waste and the continuous usage of finite resources. It relies on the basic principles of reuse, sharing, recycling, refurbishment, and remanufacture to reach its goals. Circular economy keeps products and...

It is clear that we no longer have the luxury of ignoring sustainable practices and climate change solutions. Trends show that consumers no longer have the patience for brands that are not focused on ethical business practices. Even governments around the world, albeit slowly, are recognizing...