Procter & Gamble has cut emissions at all of its global operations by 52% from 2010 to 2020. It has done so using energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Quintis Sandalwood is establishing new sandalwood plantations on previously harvested land and is set to increase Australia’s long-term endangered Indian sandalwood supply.
The new ‘Social Media Sustainability Playbook’ report from Eyecue Insights suggests that for industry-wide sustainability to succeed, brands must improve their messaging.
Silver Fern Farms has committed to a 1.5-degree science-aligned reduction target to reduce our combined Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions by 42% by 2030, from a 2020 base year.
The global automotive sector will be inflated as automotive companies work to minimize CO2 emissions in the next 3–5 years, says Frost & Sullivan.
Dasani is rolling out bottles made from 100% recycled PET plastic (excluding caps and labels), and Sprite is transitioning from green to clear plastic to increase the material’s likelihood of being remade into new beverage bottles.
Unilever announced the global launch of its most sustainable laundry capsule yet, the fastest growing detergent format in many parts of the world.
SOFi Products released what the company says is the first 100% biodegradable cup that eliminates the need for a plastic lid.
Such a supply gap would have broader consequences across the global economy, disrupting supply chains for both energy transition and non-energy transition industries, the study says.
Sustainability could be one of the first investments to go in a tough economy, according to business leaders, but technology efforts remain a priority to improve efficiency.
Businesses say energy prices and supply had an impact on operations as they seek to make adjustments.
Demand for molded pulp packaging is forecast to increase 6.2% per year through 2026, finds a new Freedonia Group analysis.