Food waste upcycling: an environmental win-win

Author: Olivia Young A new report from the United Nations Environmental Programme revealed that 17% of food from households and businesses globally in 2019 was used to feed landfills and incinerators rather than human mouths. That’s enough to fill 20 million household bin bags and lay them end-to-end from New York City to Los Angeles […]

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How to spot greenwashing and bluewashing?

In the sustainability landscape, chances are you’ve already heard of the word greenwashing. While the term became common language only recently, it has been widely used by environmental activists and advocates to talk about corporates that are trying to jump on the sustainability bandwagon without actually acting in consequence. According to an Accenture study, 72% […]

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FibreFocus: Why Regenerated Nylon Is A Smarter Choice

If you have been speaking about sustainability this year, it’s more than likely that the topic of ‘regeneration’ has cropped up in conversation. Far from just another buzzword, it means taking an approach that restores something to its original state, rather than simply trying not to damage it. From regenerative agriculture, which sets out to […]

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