With research showing that we’re slowly but surely changing our daily habits to live more sustainably, Alex Morgan, Chief Markets Officer for Rainforest Alliance, sheds a light on the next steps to take together.
Most consumers do not think ordinarily about the origin of the cut flowers they purchase. Though many people are informed, conscious consumers who do know to hunt for eco-friendly products for many aspects of their lives such as food, beverages, and body care, when it comes to the flowers at the center of their dinner […]
Sweden’s largest retailer, ICA, launched in early summer 2018 “My Climate Goal,” a digital service that allows consumers to see how much carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are caused by their food purchases. The digital tool is an example of a company finding a unique new way to leverage the consumer relationship in a manner that […]
Valentine’s Day, a time to express your love to the people around you, can result in the opposite effect on the planet. Most people celebrate the holiday by buying gifts for their significant other, but many also show their love to family, friends, coworkers, and even pets. Those are a lot of gifts, that can add up to a lot of environmental impact and even waste. But not every rose has to have its thorn; there is a way to invite sustainability into your Valentine’s Day gift giving. [Read more...]
An Unlikely Alliance: Why Paper Users and Paper Purchasers Can Be Among the Most Influential Forest Preservationists
Each year, Avery Dennison spends over $1 billion on paper purchases to make our products (things like the front and self-adhesive backing of labels), so a sustainable paper supply is vital to our business. But we are also acutely aware of the indispensable ecological role forests play... [Read more...]