Why Being Certified B Corporation Sets Your Business Apart

Having your business certified B Corporation separates ethical brands from good marketers. Instead of relying on greenwashing, B Corps have to rely on actually implementing responsible practices.

Adidas Fast out of the Gate in 2021: Full-Year Outlook Upgraded

Currency-neutral sales up 27%, despite high-single-digit drag from external factors.

How Brands Can Use Deadstock to Their Advantage

With the entire fashion industry making advances towards sustainability, the question that no brand can avoid is “What are you doing to lower your impact?” A potential answer could be utilizing deadstock fabrics.

How COVID-19 Will Affect the Future of Ecommerce

It goes without saying that 2020 was a difficult year for many. However, Ecommerce grew like never before, so what can we expect from 2021?

Why Fashion Brands Should Go Circular

Waste in fashion is on a colossal scale, with the industry being responsible for 8% of global CO² emissions.

GP’s Leaf River, Miss., Facility Becomes First Pulp Mill to Earn EPA Energy Star Certification; Other GP facilities Also Receive Recognition for Sustainable Efforts

Efforts to reduce water use, use energy efficiently and streamline resources used to ship products across the U.S. earned employees and GP facilities a variety of awards from the EPA.

Exploring the Market for Sustainability in Europe

For the last 20 years, sustainability has been at the heart of the European project and the EU treaties to shed a light on the social, economic and environmental issues that we currently face.

P&G and Its Brands, Like Pantene, Gillette, Ariel, Fairy and Oral B Are Reducing Virgin Plastic by Design and Enable Circularity at Scale

Today the Procter & Gamble Company shares its latest advancements toward packaging circularity in Europe which deliver against its “Ambition 2030” goals to reduce virgin plastic usage by 50% and reach 100% recyclability or reusability by 2030.