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Amid Peak Fire Season, Coors Banquet Launches ‘Protect Our Protectors’ Program Benefiting Firefighters
Amid Peak Fire Season, Coors Banquet Launches ‘Protect Our Protectors’ Program Benefiting Firefighters

MARKETING AND COMMS - Proceeds from limited-edition Coors Banquet stubby bottles and a collaborative capsule collection with clothing brand Brixton benefit the Wildland Firefighter Foundation.

Crafting Transparency: Why Your Marketing Team Should Work Alongside Your ESG Team
Crafting Transparency: Why Your Marketing Team Should Work Alongside Your ESG Team

MARKETING AND COMMS - When companies miscommunicate sustainability information, there is usually no malicious intent but poor internal communication. Your marketing team will want to shout from the rooftop how sustainable your business is; but in a rush to do so, it can harm your brand — the very thing they have vowed to protect.

Creatives for Climate Launching ‘Greenwash Watch’ to Help Radically Reskill the Communications Industry
Creatives for Climate Launching ‘Greenwash Watch’ to Help Radically Reskill the Communications Industry

MARKETING AND COMMS - Launching at Cannes Lions this week, the course is a response to industry professionals’ need to reskill to drive positive change at work: 40% of marketers report lacking relevant sustainability marketing qualifications, despite 76% having been involved in sustainability projects over the past five years.

Study Shows Purpose-Driven Ads Fall Short in Gaining, Holding Attention; New Approaches Needed
Study Shows Purpose-Driven Ads Fall Short in Gaining, Holding Attention; New Approaches Needed

MARKETING AND COMMS - Joint research by GfK and the Goodvertising Agency reveals value of 'transformational campaigns that empower consumers, rather than those that tout product attributes.

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Fashion Is Still Rife with Greenwashing; But There Is a Bigger Picture for the Guilty Brands
Fashion Is Still Rife with Greenwashing; But There Is a Bigger Picture for the Guilty Brands

MARKETING AND COMMS - Many would also argue that the fashion industry is not being judged harshly enough and gets away with a lot. But there are steps in the right direction and nuances within sustainability ‘misses’ which, if built on, will generate needed momentum.

Brand-Led Culture Change: A Primer on the Holy Grail of Today’s Purpose-Driven Brands
Brand-Led Culture Change: A Primer on the Holy Grail of Today’s Purpose-Driven Brands

BEHAVIOR CHANGE - On day one of Brand-Led Culture Change, brands, retailers, trend watchers and behavioral and cultural design experts examined the role and power of consumer-facing companies to create the socially and environmentally prosperous world we want to live in.

Collaboration, Communication Key to Scaling Sustainable Forestry in Supply Chains
Collaboration, Communication Key to Scaling Sustainable Forestry in Supply Chains

SUPPLY CHAIN - In a recent webinar, FSC, Procter & Gamble and Stok discussed how companies can fulfill their role in the responsible sourcing and manufacturing of products derived from forests.

Recycle Your Plastics, Not Your Visuals: A Modern Marketer’s Guide to Sustainability
Recycle Your Plastics, Not Your Visuals: A Modern Marketer’s Guide to Sustainability

MARKETING AND COMMS - By refreshing these assets, matching consumer sentiment and upleveling authentic storytelling, brands can better reflect the increasingly conscious world around them and create stronger connections to audiences yearning to make a difference.

How Stayfree and UNICEF Have Helped 1.7M Indian Girls Break Taboos Around Feminine Health
How Stayfree and UNICEF Have Helped 1.7M Indian Girls Break Taboos Around Feminine Health

OUR HEALTHY LIVES MISSION - Cultural taboos, and lack of information and access to sanitary napkins, mean that menstruation still limits the lives of women and girls in many places. Stayfree and UNICEF developed a series of social and behavior-change initiatives to improve resources and understanding among girls, families and society.

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Country Crock’s Cover Crop Whiskey Shows Benefits of Regenerative Farming Practices
Country Crock’s Cover Crop Whiskey Shows Benefits of Regenerative Farming Practices

MARKETING AND COMMS - Kansas City distiller J. Rieger & Co. has crafted a one-time edition of Cover Crop Whiskey, made with cereal rye from local farms, to raise awareness of more sustainable farming practices.

Sustainability Is Not Enough: Moving from Earth-Neutral to Earth-Positive
Sustainability Is Not Enough: Moving from Earth-Neutral to Earth-Positive

THE NEXT ECONOMY - To create real change and avert a climate crisis, we must move beyond earth-neutral and embrace earth-positive — and that starts with your narrative. Here are three ways to ensure that your business, your brand and your ethos are all earth-positive.

Any Road Will Take You There, If You Don’t Know Where (or Why) You’re Going: Defining Purpose
Any Road Will Take You There, If You Don’t Know Where (or Why) You’re Going: Defining Purpose

MARKETING AND COMMS - While some sustainability terms have stood the test of time, others are now outdated. No matter what terms you use, you and your colleagues should have a shared understanding of what “purpose” means in your organization to gain its greatest benefits. Here is an up-to-date glossary for responsible business professionals.

Are Sustainable Brand Messages Targeting the Wrong People?
Are Sustainable Brand Messages Targeting the Wrong People?

MARKETING AND COMMS - By focusing on a handful of easy target demographics, brands exclude swaths of people — the people who most need to be included in the narrative. The next time you brief your agency or write a brand plan, I hope you’ll rethink assumptions of who the sustainable consumer could be.

Profit, Performance and Impact: The Success Criteria of a Whole Brand
Profit, Performance and Impact: The Success Criteria of a Whole Brand

WALKING THE TALK - The reality of living in a capitalist society is that we can't simply cut off the production of products and services; the brands that will succeed in the upcoming decades will be those that function holistically, with sustainable actions built in.

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Tomorrow's Brands Are Reimagining Product Formats, Reshaping Industries
Tomorrow's Brands Are Reimagining Product Formats, Reshaping Industries

PRODUCT, SERVICE & DESIGN INNOVATION - Bite has reimagined the way consumers can and should use routine personal-care products. It has disrupted the linear approach to a stale industry with a fresh, waste-free format that offers a successful, premium model of circularity.

Effective Storytelling Can Inspire Positive Action for People and Planet
Effective Storytelling Can Inspire Positive Action for People and Planet

BEHAVIOR CHANGE - Marketers are the co-creators of our societal narrative, and a brand’s messaging has the ability to drive culture change. Never before has the power of the stories we tell held such importance or latent opportunity.

Sustainability or Spin? Why Straight Facts Matter Most
Sustainability or Spin? Why Straight Facts Matter Most

MARKETING AND COMMS - As demand for better brands continues to increase, we can expect an exponential increase in two things: ‘green’ brand claims and the level of public scrutiny. Before your brand team loses time, money and precious brand equity, check out this summary of resources to help you stay the course.

‘Greenwashing Is Dangerous’: Lessons for Purpose-Driven Brands from Innocent’s Recent Lashing
‘Greenwashing Is Dangerous’: Lessons for Purpose-Driven Brands from Innocent’s Recent Lashing

MARKETING AND COMMS - Brands now understand the immense benefits of touting their sustainability and purpose credentials; but those with sustainability ‘halos’ aren’t immune to scrutiny over their claims. As Innocent drinks was recently reminded, the stakes have never been higher for getting it wrong.

‘Toxic Tours’ Shed Light on Communities Most Affected by Petrochemical Pollution
‘Toxic Tours’ Shed Light on Communities Most Affected by Petrochemical Pollution

MARKETING AND COMMS - New platform from Break Free from Plastic explores the hardest-hit frontline communities in the world, from India to Ohio. After hearing each story, viewers can choose to view another location, or take actions designed to make local and global impact.

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Potty-Mouthed Campaign Raising Awareness of Lack of ‘F*ing Water’ for Canada’s Indigenous Communities
Potty-Mouthed Campaign Raising Awareness of Lack of ‘F*ing Water’ for Canada’s Indigenous Communities

MARKETING AND COMMS - Public Inc’s latest social-justice outcry, in collaboration with First Peoples Group, shines light on lack of government action to address insufficient access to clean water in nearly 70 Indigenous communities across Canada.

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