What is the Brand & Licensing Innovation Summit?

Products of Change catches up with Anna Knight, director of BLE and now director of the new Brand & Licensing Innovation Summit to be held virtually over 9 - 11 June.

NETWORKING
BBC Group net zero by 2030

Rikesh Desai, the licensing director for merchandise, partnerships and interactive at BBC Studios talks about sustainability goals and reducing carbon emissions across the Group.

NET ZERO
Products of Change quarterly meeting

Join other Products of Change members on 4 March for the first quarterly meeting of 2021, where you can hear all the updates from the group and the plans for the future.

NETWORKING
A cleaner future for fashion

Drapers Sustainable Fashion conference held virtually on March 10-11 will explore the latest developments in cleaning up fashion’s supply chain, and look at how the industry builds back better after the coronavirus pandemic.

EDUCATION
Making a splash with seaweed fibre fashion

Ethical retailer, Inland Sea is seeking investment into seaweed farms to offset carbon emissions while launching a 100% biodegradable clothing range made from seaweed fibre.

FASHION
Dennis gets a tartan makeover

Dennis’s iconic red and black jumper gets turned into sustainable tartan to celebrate 70 years of everyone’s favourite rebel.

FASHION
America is all in for climate action

As the US re-joins the Paris Agreement, thousands of non-federal climate leaders launched America is All In, a coalition to drive a society-wide mobilisation for bold climate action.

NET ZERO
Get SUSSED on sustainability

PowerStation Studios designed the SUSSED poster, and Claire Bradbury talks about how it is embedding sustainability into working practices.

EDUCATION
Kids are rebels with a cause

Every week 80% of kids aged 7-14 report rebelling in small ways to make the world a better place, from challenging racist behaviour to asking an adult to pick up their litter.

RESEARCH
H&M sustainability bond generates huge interest

The €500 million sustainability-linked bond was launched 18 February and was 7.6 times oversubscribed.

FASHION