The future of 3D design in fashion

Digital technology is transforming the way the fashion industry designs, samples and approves garments, with 3D tech saving time, money, and decreasing carbon footprint.

New online retailer focuses on sustainability

Dayrize will meet the needs of the consumer who wants to buy sustainable products but finds it difficult to make sense of the many labels and claims.

University Games reducing single-use plastic

The games, puzzles and gift specialist is taking significant steps towards a greener future and has created a new ‘Taking Steps to Protect Our Planet’ logo that will help enforce its message.

Budweiser’s green beer for the planet

In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, Budweiser went green by pledging renewable energy credits equivalent to the electricity used to brew all beer in the U.S. in one day.

The Future of Social Stationery

The Future of Social Stationery with Dan Grant Licensing Director and Claire Bates Marketing Manager Danilo Promotions ltd.

Danilo reduces cello wrap on cards by 85%

Danilo's Claire Bates and Dan Grant talk to Products of Change about sustainability and how retailers, licensors and licensees can come together to deliver products that are commercial and sustainable.

H&M showcases plant-based fabrics

Science Story is a new collection that challenges the status quo by championing cutting-edge textiles developed by brilliant thinkers, researchers and scientists.

P&G to reduce virgin plastic usage by 50%

Proctor & Gamble (P&G) products will use 50% less virgin plastic and reach 100% recyclability or reusability by 2030.

Ugg launches plant-based footwear

Iconic brand uses sugarcane, wood pulp from responsibly-harvested trees, hemp and sustainably sourced latex from rubber trees.

Demand for sustainable furniture increases on eBay

Searches for ‘sustainable furniture’ on the online marketplace saw a huge rise in 2020 compared to 2019, up 171%.