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To become "resource positive," the coffee colossus seeks to shift toward circularity, including reusable packaging.
A new tool, released today, aims to push apparel and home furnishings companies further toward sustainability, and ramps up efforts by the textile and fashion industries to align material choices with the Sustainable Development Goals.
Bold new commitment will see the tech giant charge an internal carbon fee not just on emissions from its direct operations, but on those of its supply chain.
Less than 1 percent of clothing material today is refashioned to produce new clothing. This is one potential solution.
Natural and renewable, it’s a popular choice for brands and consumers looking to make more sustainable fabric choices, but cotton comes with its fair share of social and environmental risks.
While we can’t predict the future, we can get imaginative and creative with what it could look like.
A radical transformation of our economic systems is now inevitable.
Almost any textile you can think of, from cotton to leather to nylon, has social and environmental impacts risks at every level of its supply chain.
Only public policy can deliver the speed and scale of emissions reductions needed to limit the worst impacts of climate change.
A new driving test devised by Hyundai provides further evidence that electric vehicles are not just cleaner. They also lead to calmer, safer drivers.