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Tracking technologies could provide information throughout a product's journey, from the start all the way through to its use at the consumer level, and ultimately to its disposal or reuse in the future.
Responsible investors are increasingly demanding water-related disclosures, such as measures of how much companies rely on water in their value chains.
With species on the move as the climate changes, a growing number of scientists say that efforts must be made to help migrating species adapt to their new habitats.
With events such as the recurring California wildfires and mudslides, hurricanes Harvey and Maria and Typhoon Hagibis, which have had catastrophic human and economic costs, it is perhaps unsurprising that governments, regulators and investors have started to ask companies to disclose their climate risks, including physical risk.
Animal activists have made huge strides over the past two decades. But it hasn’t been enough to tip the scales of justice.
Plus, outtakes from GreenBiz 20 interviews with Dow CEO Jim Fitterling, Ecolab CEO Doug Baker, Cargill CSO Ruth Kimmelshue and youth activist Brian Mecinas.
It's time for blue-sky thinking plus practical measures in the battle to reduce plastic waste.
97 percent of the cleaning product is made from the water, acids and alcohol from the food waste.
We’re in a crisis that is also an opportunity.
The world's two biggest producers and consumers of stuff stand to play a pivotal role in creating a circular economy, but they'll both have to get out of their own way.