A new decade is upon us, and as the window to reverse and alleviate the climate crisis shortens, new long-term targets can provide sustainability professionals with the motivation and drive to transform their organisations into forces of good.
The past 12 months proved to be an exciting time for green innovation, with new products and systems emerging and scaling amid a backdrop of climate protests. Here, edie scans the horizon for innovations that could transform sustainability in 2020.
A cruise line has ditched single-use plastic drinks bottles across its fleet in an effort to be more sustainable. Miami-based Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has replaced all plastic drinks bottles with sustainable alternatives on all 17 of its ships, beginning with its latest liner, Norwegian Encore.
Registration is now open for an afternoon of live, interactive webinar presentations and discussions from companies such as Nestle, Sky and Eurostar on Thursday 16 January – all dedicated to helping businesses collaborate, innovate and actuate to …
Ban single-use plastic products in Bangladesh’s coastal areas. The High Court (HC) today directed the authorities concerned of the government to ban single-use plastic products in the coastal areas and hotels and motels across the country in next one year.
Beyond doing the right thing, sustainability is important for brands and retailers because it matters to consumers. How can organizations improve sustainability within their supply chains? One way is through the widely discussed technology of blockchain.
If Europe wants to transition towards a circular economy model, the practices have to be mainstreamed and all actors should be involved in the process, experts warned during an event hosted by EURACTIV.