Consumers have started to question their own consumption

Research shows that many people are making a connection between the pandemic and the threat posed by climate change, and the need for future resilience as we emerge out of the pandemic.

Have you got your ticket for SILC21?

Tickets are still available for the Sustainability in Licensing Conference (SILC21) which starts tomorrow and runs until Friday. Don’t forget Products of Change members can save 20% on the ticket price!

Environment is top concern among teens in Europe

Latest data from the Insights Family shows that aside from coronavirus, the environment is one of the top concerns among teens in UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.

Tesco scraps plastic on beer and cider

Tesco has become the first major retailer to scrap soft plastic rings and shrink wrap packaging from all beers and ciders in its UK stores.

Laundry capsule made using recycled carbon emissions

Through a pioneering new process, Unilever is capturing waste CO2 from a factory – before it reaches the atmosphere – and turning it into a cleaning ingredient for its OMO detergent in China.

Packaging top priority for Tesco

Packaging must be the best it can at all stages of its life, from being sustainably sourced, through to recyclable or reused at the end of its life.

The Wombles back Sustainability in Licensing Conference

The original eco-activists have created a series of animations to help remind everyone joining the conference about the importance of sustainability and how we can all make a difference by working together.

Green innovations to come from games sector

Games sector has the potential to make a significant impact on both how climate change is perceived by the global games playing community and developing innovative technology-driven solutions.

New David Attenborough film wows audiences

Breaking Boundaries: The Science of our Planet is new on Netflix and receiving positive reviews from all corners of the world.

Success for paper bottles

The Frugal Bottle from Frugalpac is the world’s first commercially available wine and spirits bottle made from 96% recycled paper.