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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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Andreu World Takes Next Steps Towards Circular Furniture Production
Andreu World Takes Next Steps Towards Circular Furniture Production

The Next Economy / CEO Jesús Linares discusses the rigors of achieving Cradle-to-Cradle certification, and venturing further into reuse and upcycling for the goal of 100% circularity by 2025. - 1 week ago

Enhanced Biodegradation Technology Could Significantly Reduce Clothing Impact at the Landfill
Enhanced Biodegradation Technology Could Significantly Reduce Clothing Impact at the Landfill

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / 37.5 Technology is offering brand partners a new additive that greatly improves and expedites the biodegradability of textiles, for free — to encourage broader industry adoption and help eliminate one of our biggest polluters. - 2 weeks ago

Tazo’s Transition to Regenerative Organic a Linchpin of Tea Industry’s Sustainability Ambitions
Tazo’s Transition to Regenerative Organic a Linchpin of Tea Industry’s Sustainability Ambitions

Supply Chain / The tea brand’s ‘Regenerative Roadmap’ aims to completely reimagine the way Tazo creates its teas, and plays a key role in industry giant ekaterra’s overarching sustainability strategy. - 1 month ago

How the Sustainability Journey Can Be a Powerful Tool for Change
How the Sustainability Journey Can Be a Powerful Tool for Change

Organizational Change / At a recent Sustainable Brands virtual event, leaders from the CPG, restaurant and IT industries highlighted how they sold important ideas and ambitions around impact and responsibility internally, and how that translates to external success. - 1 month ago

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MiiR’s ‘Re:Claimed’ Program Gives Rejected Custom Products a Second Chance
MiiR’s ‘Re:Claimed’ Program Gives Rejected Custom Products a Second Chance

Waste Not / The design-focused drinkware company used existing production channels to find a new path to market for would-be-wasted units from its B2B program. - 2 months ago

Why Companies Are Lining Up to Meet Consumer Demand for Alternative Leathers
Why Companies Are Lining Up to Meet Consumer Demand for Alternative Leathers

Product, Service & Design Innovation / As the prior generation of plastic-based alternatives wanes, a host of new, animal and plant-based options are sprouting up — but challenges remain for unseating conventional leather. - 2 months ago

Groupe Rossignol CEO Offers Measured Hope About the Future of Winter Sports
Groupe Rossignol CEO Offers Measured Hope About the Future of Winter Sports

The Next Economy / The leading ski and snowboard maker is a case study in outdoor economy resilience amid several unknowns — including climate change. CEO Vincent Wauters is committed to working with competitors for the greater good. - 4 months ago

Tattersall Distilling Offers Proof of Concept for Locally Produced, Circular Spirits at Scale
Tattersall Distilling Offers Proof of Concept for Locally Produced, Circular Spirits at Scale

Waste Not / The microdistiller not only sources grains, fruit and materials from local suppliers — it repurposes as many byproducts of the distilling process as possible, in what’s likely one of the most scalable examples of circularity so far in the spirits business. - 4 months ago

BioLite Reflects on 10 Years of Facilitating Clean Energy in the Developing World
BioLite Reflects on 10 Years of Facilitating Clean Energy in the Developing World

Cleantech / CEO & co-founder Jonathan Cedar says the mobile power and lighting company has directed its growth away from outdoor recreation, towards much larger impact. - 4 months ago

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New B Corp Maker’s Mark Leading US Spirits Industry’s Slow Shift to Sustainability
New B Corp Maker’s Mark Leading US Spirits Industry’s Slow Shift to Sustainability

The Next Economy / In January, Maker’s Mark became the world’s largest distillery to earn B Corp certification — a significant milestone for the broader industry, as well as a sustainability benchmark for Kentucky’s thriving 'Bourbon Country.' - 5 months ago

Startups Continue to Cultivate Alternative, Animal-Free Food Offerings
Startups Continue to Cultivate Alternative, Animal-Free Food Offerings

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Singapore-based Karana and Montreal-based Opalia both have the potential to lead the growing markets for lower-impact, cruelty-free food options. - 5 months ago

New Bank of the West Report Highlights Major Consumer Knowledge Gaps in Sustainable Finance
New Bank of the West Report Highlights Major Consumer Knowledge Gaps in Sustainable Finance

Finance & Investment / Fossil fuels and other climate-risky endeavors are still big money for banks; and even if consumers find their bank continues to fund them, it’s something they often feel powerless to change. - 6 months ago

Airline Industry Chips Away at Climate Impacts with Long-Term Sustainability Initiatives
Airline Industry Chips Away at Climate Impacts with Long-Term Sustainability Initiatives

Cleantech / Alaska, Delta share progress on meantime-measures, lofty goals ahead of industry net-zero targets. - 6 months ago

Paleblue Is Betting Big on a Switch to Rechargeable
Paleblue Is Betting Big on a Switch to Rechargeable

Product, Service & Design Innovation / The startup estimates that wide-scale adoption of long-life, rechargeable batteries could save 126,350 metric tons of batteries from filling US landfills each year, with an immeasurable reduction in chemical leakage. But the industry has been slow to innovate to address its environmental impacts. - 6 months ago

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After Going Public, On Rightly Has Its Head in the Cloud
After Going Public, On Rightly Has Its Head in the Cloud

The Next Economy / The Swiss company now has the funds to take its sustainability ethos to the next level — with the launch of a potentially game-changing, truly circular shoe and long-awaited subscription service. - 7 months ago

Meet the Company Deconstructing Food Products to Reconstruct a More Resilient Food System
Meet the Company Deconstructing Food Products to Reconstruct a More Resilient Food System

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Journey Foods is on a mission to transform our food system, one product at a time. Its database of over 17B data points on millions of food products and ingredients is helping companies optimize the complete lifecycle of products, from ideation to market. - 7 months ago

Is There a Secret Recipe for Successful Consumer Climate Communication?
Is There a Secret Recipe for Successful Consumer Climate Communication?

Marketing and Comms / It’s true what they say: The way to someone’s heart is often through their stomach. A new WRI study suggests that carefully reframing menu language can successfully nudge diners toward more climate-friendly food options. - 8 months ago

The Future of Meat: Likely Somewhere Between Regenerative and Alternative
The Future of Meat: Likely Somewhere Between Regenerative and Alternative

Product, Service & Design Innovation / The broad spectrum of choices in today’s ‘meat’ aisle will continue to diversify as brands work to satisfy the appetites of ever-growing climate-conscious consumer market — and each product has its own benefits, challenges and impacts. - 8 months ago

Synergizing ESG Data Collection Improves Reporting, Performance
Synergizing ESG Data Collection Improves Reporting, Performance

Marketing and Comms / Nasdaq OneReport helps companies position themselves for current and future ESG-related work — whether regulatory or voluntary — to help align overall goals and outcomes across organizational departments and roles. - 9 months ago

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‘Vanguardians of the Galaxy’ Stunt Shows Climate Laggards Can No Longer Fly Under the Radar
‘Vanguardians of the Galaxy’ Stunt Shows Climate Laggards Can No Longer Fly Under the Radar

Marketing and Comms / Two recent releases by a noted activist group put tough questions in front of one of the world’s largest financial institutions — which would be wise to pay attention. - 10 months ago

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