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British baby brand and reusable nappy expert Bambino Mio has tackled part of the plastic problem in the Pacific by introducing a sustainable local solution for Vanuatu’s single-use nappy ban.
Plastics made from renewable resources, such as sugarcane, can be used across a wide range of applications including toys, giftware and homeware.
Manufacturers will be required to make spare parts for products available for the first time, helping extend the lifespan of products by up to 10 years.
Net Zero Investment Framework from the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) is a blueprint for action that will enable and support investors in reaching net zero goals.
Customers will be able to return soft plastic, including cling film, pet food pouches and crisp packets to recycling points at their local store, rather than having to throw it away.
The Global Research Innovation in Plastics Sustainability (GRIPS) conference takes place on 16-18 March online. Register for free now.
Morrisons has pledged to be the first supermarket to be completely supplied by net zero carbon British farms by 2030, five years ahead of the market.
Products of Change (POC) is a global membership hub, which aims to help individuals and businesses to collectively drive prolonged and achievable change on the sustainable front.
Packaging expert Mike Swain from Pack IDS