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Geoff Nudelman

Geoff is a freelance journalist and copywriter focused on making the world a better place through compelling copy. He covers everything from apparel to travel while helping brands worldwide craft their messaging. In addition to Sustainable Brands, he's currently a contributor at Penta, AskMen.com, Field Mag and many others. You can check out more of his work at geoffnudelman.com.

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Pioneering Vermont Law Adds Momentum to Climate-Accountability Fight
Pioneering Vermont Law Adds Momentum to Climate-Accountability Fight

The Next Economy / Vermont's Climate Superfund Act is the latest in a growing wave of climate-driven political and legal attempts to hold the fossil-fuel industry accountable for its role in accelerating climate change. - 2 days ago

ESG Practitioners Both Confident, Confused in Dynamic Reporting Landscape
ESG Practitioners Both Confident, Confused in Dynamic Reporting Landscape

Marketing and Comms / Workiva’s third annual survey gathered the thoughts of more than 2,000 professionals involved in ESG reporting across the corporate landscape. - 1 month ago

Alternative Packaging Alliance Out to Reshape the Conversation Around Boxed Wine
Alternative Packaging Alliance Out to Reshape the Conversation Around Boxed Wine

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / The group — comprised of seven higher-end wine producers — is bringing a decidedly hip, modern update to a segment with a big perception issue. - 1 month ago

Cocktails for a Cause: Mission-Driven Distilleries Champion Conservation
Cocktails for a Cause: Mission-Driven Distilleries Champion Conservation

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Alma del Jaguar Tequila and Mutiny Island Vodka are using their small but growing footprint to protect jaguars in a volatile borderland and expand the potential of an underused superfood, respectively. - 2 months ago

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‘Keggers,’ Elevated: Winemakers Tapping Into More Sustainable Vessels
‘Keggers,’ Elevated: Winemakers Tapping Into More Sustainable Vessels

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / Wine packers such as Sonoma-based Free Flow Wines are taking advantage of the reduced stigma of stainless steel-bound wine, along with increased ambitions from winemakers to reduce their packaging footprint. - 2 months ago

SFI’s New Standard Aims to Bring Holistic Protection to Urban Forests
SFI’s New Standard Aims to Bring Holistic Protection to Urban Forests

The Next Economy / The sustainability non-profit is attempting to scale the first widely accepted certification standard for urban and community forestry. - 3 months ago

California Wineries Finding Significant Cost, Emission Savings with rPET Wine Bottles
California Wineries Finding Significant Cost, Emission Savings with rPET Wine Bottles

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / Amcor is ramping up usage of an industry-standard, 750-ml version of a recycled PET bottle with technology that’s long been in use in smaller formats. - 4 months ago

Jones Snowboards Earns Industry-First Fair Trade Certification
Jones Snowboards Earns Industry-First Fair Trade Certification

Supply Chain / The certification signifies attention to worker empowerment, fair wages and more; but whether it will galvanize competitors and partners to make such a commitment remains to be seen. - 4 months ago

Sailing Legends Empowering Youth with Lessons in Climate Action
Sailing Legends Empowering Youth with Lessons in Climate Action

Marketing and Comms / British Olympians Sir Ben Ainslie and Hannah Mills have created calls to action for young people, with a special focus on marine efforts, as part of a program to educate children ages 8-18 on the complexities of climate change and how to take meaningful action. - 4 months ago

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Flashfood Offers a Solution to Food Waste That Doesn’t Leave the Grocery Store
Flashfood Offers a Solution to Food Waste That Doesn’t Leave the Grocery Store

Waste Not / The platform connects shoppers with near-expiration food coming directly from grocery shelves at a significant discount. - 6 months ago

New Book Serves Up Case Studies for Cultivating Local Food Economies
New Book Serves Up Case Studies for Cultivating Local Food Economies

The Next Economy / Centered around a rural region of lower Michigan, ‘Shared Abundance’ highlights the power of stakeholder collaboration in building more resilient communities. - 7 months ago

Net-Zero Goals Have the Right Ambition, But Most Lack a Clear Path to Realization
Net-Zero Goals Have the Right Ambition, But Most Lack a Clear Path to Realization

Walking the Talk / According to Capgemini research, the CPG and retail industries exemplify some of the most common issues when it comes to turning net-zero goals into measurable action. - 8 months ago

bluesign Continues to Clean Up Fashion with Expansion into Denim, Footwear
bluesign Continues to Clean Up Fashion with Expansion into Denim, Footwear

Supply Chain / Partnerships with brands including Madewell and Vibram will help adapt bluesign’s existing standards and guidelines for two untapped industries. - 9 months ago

Commons App Informing, Facilitating Mass Shifts in Climate-Influenced Consumer Living & Spending
Commons App Informing, Facilitating Mass Shifts in Climate-Influenced Consumer Living & Spending

Behavior Change / Highlighting the impact of individual purchases and their associated emissions output, the app — fresh off a large funding round — is evolving to meet the daily spending directives of its users. - 9 months ago

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Mercari: Brands Would Do Well to Join the ‘Resale Revolution’
Mercari: Brands Would Do Well to Join the ‘Resale Revolution’

The Next Economy / Younger consumers are pushing resale into mainstream retail; and it’s changing how brands, platforms and other services that support commerce support and strategize around it. - 10 months ago

Woodford Reserve Pilot Aimed at Bringing Rye, and Regenerative Practices, Closer to Home
Woodford Reserve Pilot Aimed at Bringing Rye, and Regenerative Practices, Closer to Home

Supply Chain / The bourbon producer is partnering with the University of Kentucky and a local trade group to find an economically and environmentally viable strain to support one of its key ingredient needs. - 10 months ago

The Science of Tree Planting: How Data Is Boosting Climate Resilience of Both Cities and Forests
The Science of Tree Planting: How Data Is Boosting Climate Resilience of Both Cities and Forests

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Arbor Day Foundation’s Forest Priority Index and NatureQuant’s NatureScore tool identify where trees are needed most in both rural and urban areas — enabling better planning for addressing climate and human-health risks. - 11 months ago

Industry of All Nations’ Undyed Cotton Initiative Shows Proof of Concept for a More Natural End Product
Industry of All Nations’ Undyed Cotton Initiative Shows Proof of Concept for a More Natural End Product

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / The popularity of the company’s undyed apparel collection proves the business case and consumer demand for more consciously produced, less toxic clothing. - 11 months ago

Oregon County Sues Several Fossil-Fuel Giants for Role in 2021 'Heat Dome'
Oregon County Sues Several Fossil-Fuel Giants for Role in 2021 'Heat Dome'

The Next Economy / The Multnomah County lawsuit is just one of many emerging efforts to hold corporations responsible for climate change and may set a new precedent for global corporate accountability. - 11 months ago

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PepsiCo, UEFA Launch Circular Pilots During Champions League Finals
PepsiCo, UEFA Launch Circular Pilots During Champions League Finals

Waste Not / Last weekend’s Women’s event was the first Champions League Final to deploy returnable service ware, starting a long-term collaboration in reducing waste at major sports events. - 1 year ago