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Why General Mills want supply chains to become regenerative stewards of the environment

Faced with a growing global population and strains on depleted natural resources, US food producer General Mills plans to equip its supply chain farmers with the knowledge and tools to move from practices that mitigate environmental degradation to regenerative approaches. Melendez believes that regenerative practices will provide benefits for farmers located down the supply chain […]
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Watts Partners with Planet Water Foundation to Bring Clean Water to India

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Watts Water Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: WTS) – a leading global manufacturer of plumbing, heating, and water quality products and solutions – recently funded and helped install two water filtration systems that provide clean drinking water for children and families in need in India. “As a global leader in water technologies, we have […]
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Tesco trials plastic-free fruit and veg selection

Supermarket Tesco is trialling packaging-free fresh produce at two stores in Watford and Swindon, in a bid to monitor whether the remove of plastic packaging for select products will impact levels of food waste. Tesco is the latest supermarket to trial packaging-free fresh produce in a bid to cut back on plastic waste Tesco has […]
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Kooshoo introduces the first plastic-free, sustainable hair ties

Amid growing concerns of plastic waste around the world, one company has created sustainable hair ties that are better for the environment. Made from organic materials like cotton and rubber, Kooshoo has come up with the world’s first plastic-free hair ties that are completely biodegradable. These hair ties come in a variety of colors and styles and are […]
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First Utility rebrands as Shell Energy and switches 700,000 customers to renewable energy

A year after Shell acquired First Utility it has rebranded the supplier as Shell Energy Retail and has today (25 March) confirmed it has switched more than 700,000 homes in Britain to 100% renewable electricity. Shell Energy Retail also suppliers gas, smart home technology and broadband to households across Britain Shell Energy Retail said it […]
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Institutional Investor Statement Regarding Decarbonization of Electric Utilities

We long-term institutional investor that manages $1.8 TR as of February 28, 2019 has taken a stand and asked Electric Utility companies to do the same. See the official statement (PDF form) here.
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Target’s chairman and chief executive Brian Cornell first announced the firm's desire to set a science-based target in 2017

Target supports suppliers to set science-based emissions aims after having own goals approved

US-based retail giant Target has pledged to ensure that 80% of its suppliers set science-based emissions-reduction targets by 2023, after it was given the Science Based Targets Initiative’s (SBTi) stamp of approval for its own carbon and greenhouse gas (GHG) ambitions this week. Target’s chairman and chief executive Brian Cornell first announced the firm’s desire […]
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Each product will vary in aesthetics as different The North Face tents have been recycled and reused across the entire collection

The North Face recycles old tents into new designer bag range

Outdoor clothing brand The North Face has partnered with British eco-fashion designer RÆBURN to create a second life for old tents by recycling them into a new accessory range. Each product will vary in aesthetics as different The North Face tents have been recycled and reused across the entire collection The collaboration has seen tents […]
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The Too Good to Waste boxes first hit Lidl’s shelves in August 2018

Lidl set for national roll out of ‘Too Good to Waste’ fruit and veg boxes

Supermarket chain Lidl UK has confirmed that it will roll out its ‘Too Good to Waste’ produce boxes across all stores, after a trial across 122 locations last year proved successful. The Too Good to Waste boxes first hit Lidl’s shelves in August 2018 The boxes retail for £1.50 and are designed to reduce store-level […]
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The initiative is due to launch in May and will accept packaging from any drinks brand or packaging producer

UK’s first nationwide recycling scheme for plastic six pack rings unveiled

  Plastic six pack ring producer Hi-Cone has partnered with recycling firm TerraCycle to launch the UK’s first national recycling scheme for the packaging. The initiative is due to launch in May and will accept packaging from any drinks brand or packaging producer Under the scheme, TerraCycle has developed a method of recycling the six pack […]
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Aldi removes plastic packaging from fresh vegetable lines

Aldi has removed the flexible plastic wrapping from five of its fresh vegetable lines in its Scottish stores, in a bid to explore consumer attitudes to loose produce. The trial scheme launched today (18 March) and will run for six weeks The retailer is offering loose savoy cabbage, red cabbage, white cabbage, pointed cabbage and […]
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HP pledges to make all printed pages ‘forest positive’

HP will help customers transition to a low-carbon and resource-efficient future, after pledging that every page printed using an HP printer will be “forest positive”. The company’s entire paper-based product packaging is currently on track to reach zero deforestation by 2020 HP’s new pledge will aim to ensure that pages printed using HP printers aren’t […]
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