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Global Brand Leaders Set to Redesign the Future of Commerce at SB’18 Vancouver
Global Brand Leaders Set to Redesign the Future of Commerce at SB’18 Vancouver

6 years ago - Sustainable Brands brings P&G, Braskem, PwC, Clif Bar, LG Electronics & others to collaborate on innovative products and services for The Good Life SAN FRANCISCO, May 23, 2018 – Sustainable Brands® recently unveiled the full programming and schedule for the Activation Hub at SB’18 Vancouver, running June 4-7 at the Vancouver Convention Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia. The Activation Hub is the central hub of the Vancouver conference, an area where attendees gather to hear from solution-providers, to collaborate and co-create on market sector innovations, and to network with current and future partners.

Trending: Finally, Real Solutions to Tackle Coffee Cup Waste
Trending: Finally, Real Solutions to Tackle Coffee Cup Waste

6 years ago - With millions of disposable coffee cups finding their way into landfill each year, businesses and local authorities across the globe have been searching for ways to increase recycling and recovery of the single-use item. Building on the success of previous in-store cup and pilot recycling schemes, major brands in the UK have launched two permanent solutions for scaling coffee cup recycling.

Extraordinary Water Conservation is an Everyday Result for Rolland
Extraordinary Water Conservation is an Everyday Result for Rolland

6 years ago - The Rolland mill manufactures premium post-consumer recycled papers while recirculating each drop of water 30 times.

Quantis releases on top sustainability issues and challenges in the cosmetics and personal care industry
Quantis releases on top sustainability issues and challenges in the cosmetics and personal care industry

7 years ago - Report released on top sustainability issues and challenges in the cosmetics and personal care industry   Valuable insight on environmental and sustainability priorities that looks at how beauty companies are deploying initiatives to drive change in a resource-constrained world   

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Whole Systems Mapping: How to Design for Innovation and Achieve Sustainability Goals
Whole Systems Mapping: How to Design for Innovation and Achieve Sustainability Goals

8 years ago - The room was buzzing during design strategist Jeremy Faludi’s Monday afternoon workshop, Whole Systems Mapping: Driving Innovation and Sustainability Through Prioritized Ideation and Value Chain Maps. Despite a sunny waterfront view, participants were engrossed in the activities in front of them as the interactive session guided them through various brainstorming and design processes.

The Plastic Bank: How 'Social Plastic' Is Giving Value to Waste, Improving Lives Around the World
The Plastic Bank: How 'Social Plastic' Is Giving Value to Waste, Improving Lives Around the World

8 years ago - At SB ’14 San Diego, the Plastic Disclosure Project, the UN Environment Program and Trucost unveiled the fist-ever assessment of plastic use in business, along with the business case for dealing with its global impacts: Among the sobering figures, the report calculated the total natural capital cost of pl

Looptworks Working to Replenish the Colorado River — with Your Help
Looptworks Working to Replenish the Colorado River — with Your Help

9 years ago - Fresh from its successful collaboration with Southwest Airlines on its LUV Seat collection of bags and accessories upcycled from the airline’s leather seats, Looptworks has launched an email campaign to enlist its customers’ help in restoring the Colorado River.

The Dose Makes the Poison: Why We Must Read Cosmetics Labels
The Dose Makes the Poison: Why We Must Read Cosmetics Labels

9 years ago - The controversial Free Trade Agreement (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) being negotiated by the EU and the US gives the green light for the sale of over a thousand American cosmetics in Europe, the marketing of which is actually banned in the EU.If nothing else, this should remind us of the importance of knowing what we’re buying: Ingredients such as parabens, mineral oils and other petroleum derivatives, silicones, SLS, SLES, ethanolamines, PEGs, perfumes and synthetic dyes are, in fact, toxic components used in cosmetics and industrial hygiene products.