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FedEx is designating more than $2 billion of initial investment in three key areas: vehicle electrification, sustainable energy, and carbon sequestration.
March is B Corp month and JoJo Maman Bebe is celebrating with a month-long programme highlighting how it is putting people and the planet above profit.
Former Dyson engineer has created the Lupe Pure Cordless, a vacuum cleaner made from recycled plastic and each individual part is removable, replaceable and recyclable.
Dorset-based retailer, Harts of Stur has been recognised for its sustainability initiatives in last month’s Good Retail Awards at the virtual Springfair @ Home event.
Jason Beckley, former chief brand officer for Clarks has started his own company making low carbon, ethical and sustainable school shoes.
Products of Change members can join a Zoom meeting on Wednesday 3 March to find out more about Open Beijing; a new project to introduce the advantages of doing sustainable business in Beijing.
Sainsbury’s unveils new brand slogan as it is named Principal Supermarket Partner of United Nation’s international climate change conference, COP26, taking place in Glasgow in November.
The Birmingham headquarters of KitchenCraft, one of the UK's largest kitchenware companies is testament to the company’s commitment to embedding sustainability throughout the business.
Amazon launched its Climate Pledge Friendly programme late last year, making it easier for customers to discover and shop for more sustainable products.
Burger King has released its Burger King for Good Charter which sets out the principles on how it will develop it will play its part in tackling climate change, addressing responsible consumption and providing opportunity for everyone.