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Marks & Spencer Reduces Packaging on Popular Foods

Marks & Spencer Reduces Packaging on Popular Foods

Major British retailer Marks & Spencer launched an initiative called “Project Thin Air” over a year ago to redesign packaging for 140 popular food products. The goal: Use less plastic and slim down the pack size without changing the amount of food inside. This week M&S announced that the project … Read more »

Climate Week 2016: Apple, Johnson & Johnson, L’Oréal, GRI, RE100

Climate Week 2016 opened yesterday with business and government leaders convening in New York City for dozens of events that focus on the transition to a low-carbon economy. This year’s Climate Week includes a sharp focus on countries ratifying the Paris climate agreement — and what this means for global … Read more »

Which Companies Lead at Integrating Sustainability into Business Strategies?

Which Companies Lead at Integrating Sustainability into Business Strategies?

Unilever does the best job integrating sustainability into its business strategy, a position the company has held for the past six years, according to a survey by global consultancies GlobeScan and SustainAbility.

Top Carbon Reporting Companies Ranked

Top Carbon Reporting Companies Ranked

BT Group is the best at carbon measuring and reporting, narrowly beating Marks & Spencer, according to Carbon Clear’s annual report ranking carbon measurement and reporting efforts of FTSE 100 companies. In 2014 both companies shared first place. Marks & Spencer placed second this year. The other companies in the … Read more »

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Climate Week NYC 2015 Roundup: Microsoft, Siemens, Unilever, Royal DSM

As world leaders meet in New York this week to formally adopt the Global Goals for sustainable development, many businesses are announcing commitments to help build a low-carbon economy. Here are some highlights from Climate Week NYC 2015. Microsoft, Sony, Adidas and Marks & Spencer are among the companies backing … Read more »

Which Firms Are the Most Sustainable Brands?

Unilever is once again the most sustainable company, according to the 2015 Sustainability Leaders report, conducted by GlobeScan and SustainAbility. The survey asked 800 experts which companies are leaders in integrating sustainability into their business strategy. Unilever was the top mentioned company by a significant margin (38 percent, up five points … Read more »

SC Johnson Wins Sustainable Development Award

SC Johnson Wins Sustainable Development Award

SC Johnson’s Greenlist process to improve product ingredients has won the company the World Environment Center’s 31st Annual Gold Medal for International Corporate Achievement in Sustainable Development. The award recognizes SC Johnson’s focus on sustainability and transparency initiatives, capped off by its Greenlist ingredient management process, which focuses on improving … Read more »

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M&S Says 63% Products Sustainable

Some 63 percent of Marks & Spencer products have a “Plan A attribute” — an eco or ethical quality above the market norm — according to the company’s Plan A update. In M&S’ Plan A 2020 sustainability goals, the company pledges to have 50 percent with a Plan A attribute … Read more »

Fashion Loved by Forests

Levi’s, M&S, Other Brands Pledge Zero-Deforestation Fashion

Levi Strauss & Co., Marks & Spencer, Portico Brands and ASOS have joined Canopy’s Fashion Loved by Forests initiative, committing to ensure their fabric sourcing doesn’t harm endangered forests or contribute to deforestation. Most rayon, viscose, modal, lyocell and other trademarked cellulosic fabrics start their journey as trees. Canopy’s research … Read more »

M&S Not Acting Fast Enough to Phase Out HFCs, Report Says

M&S Not Acting Fast Enough to Phase Out HFCs, Report Says

Marks & Spencer isn’t acting fast enough to phase out hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) — a major source of GHG emissions — from its refrigerators and install fitted doors on them, according to a report from the Environmental Investigation Agency. The London-based group, in its annual Chilling Facts report, labels other UK … Read more »


Google, Facebook, Others Launch Sustainability Platform

Unilever, Coca-Cola, Google, Facebook, Nike, PepsiCo and dozens of other major companies and nonprofits have launched a digital sustainability platform intended to drive conversation and action on sustainability. The companies say the nonprofit editorial platform, called Collectively, aims to “make sustainable living the new normal.” Collectively brings together global sustainability … Read more »