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Corporate Sustainability Evolves Into the Net Positive Movement: Q&A with Josh Prigge

Corporate Sustainability Evolves Into the Net Positive Movement: Q&A with Josh Prigge

Sustainability expert Josh Prigge discusses the emerging corporate net positive movement, and shares examples of regenerative practices in action.

Extracting Metals from E-Waste Costs 13 Times Less Than Mining Ore

Extracting Metals from E-Waste Costs 13 Times Less Than Mining Ore

Extracting metals like gold and copper from electronic waste isn’t just sustainable, it’s actually 13 times cheaper than obtaining the metals from mines, according to new research.

Manufacturers Indicate Their Brands Are Their Biggest Assets

Manufacturers Indicate Their Brands Are Their Biggest Assets

With the collapse of the president’s American Manufacturing Council, manufacturers have collectively made a statement that the value of their brands is far more important that proximity to policymaking at the highest levels.

Dell Says ‘Ocean Plastic’ Packaging Is Cost-Effective, Scalable

Dell Says ‘Ocean Plastic’ Packaging Is Cost-Effective, Scalable

Dell has begun shipping its XPS 13 in materials made in part from plastic pollution from the ocean. The company spent about 18 months doing a detailed assessment and validation, followed by a pilot, based on using ocean plastic in a way that is cost-effective and commercially scalable. The notebook … Read more »

Shareholders to Amazon, McDonald’s, Target, Walmart: Phase Out Polystyrene Foam

Shareholders to Amazon, McDonald’s, Target, Walmart: Phase Out Polystyrene Foam

The resolutions come as dozens of leading global brands endorsed a plan to ensure 70 percent of plastic packaging is reused and recycled globally, up from today’s recycling rate of 14 percent.

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