The Smurfs tour Belgium with Virtual Reality waste sorting experience

The tour has been launched to help teach children and families about changes to the country's recycling system, encouraging them to better sort waste packaging.

Speaking of SiLC | The George at Asda team to talk future tech and sustainability

Asda's sustainability lead, Jade Snart will be joined by product development expert, Helen Scobie, and design specialist, Jessica Brown for a must-attend panel session.

Products of Change's Sustainability 101 Workshop is taking place next week

Don't miss your chance to attend and feel confident in the next steps you and your business is taking on the sustainability journey. Book your place today.

Dates for the Diary | Your guide to Products of Change's upcoming events

Here’s a run-through of some key dates for the diary over the coming months. Remember to keep checking the Products of Change social channels and Connect area for updates.

George at Asda teams with Warner Bros. Discovery and Poetic Brands to launch Animal Planet collection

Each item in the range is sourced with more responsible fibres and developed by Poetic Brands with a mission of bringing consumers closer to the animal kingdom.

Eden Project wins The Brand & Lifestyle Licensing Awards' first Sustainability Award

The Eden Project emerged victorious in a hard-fought category for its partnership with Fresh Coffee and its collection of licensed compostable coffee pods.

Burger King trials reusable packaging at UK restaurants in Loop partnership

The trial will run for five months from April 26th to September 5th at restaurants in Ipswich and Newmarket and is launched in line with BK for Good commitments.

Partying for the planet | Amscan on the party scene of tomorrow and supporting SiLC 22

Amscan is a party scene specialist on a mission: to deliver the sustainable party scene of tomorrow, today. We catch up with group sustainability manager, Raluca Runcianu.

Asda targets food waste reduction with Whywaste and FareShare partnerships

Asda has launched a partnership with Whywaste on a new data solution to simplify the supermarket’s mark-down process and help to reduce food waste.

Mattel sets new goal to reduce plastic packaging by 25 per cent per product by 2030

"Our new plastic packaging goal responds to increasing global attention on single-use plastic packaging waste, and addresses changing consumer preferences.”