Assessing sustainability is a pursuit rife with complexity and subjectivity. One tool that I have seen that is useful in navigating this pursuit is Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) – a cradle-to-grave approach for assessing the environmental impacts of our business activities on a macro level.
An ad campaign claiming that it is "eco-friendly to wear fur" has been banned, after the advertising watchdog dismissed assertions that choosing fur is good because it "lasts a lifetime" and "helps conservation".
McDonald's 'Mainstreams' Sustainability, Tests Paper Cups to Replace FoamEnvironment News ServiceThe company has notified As You Sow that, "McDonald's is currently testing a double-walled fiber hot cup, as the company continues to seek more...
Retail Trust, the only charity that looks after the three million people working retail, is offering retail managers the opportunity to apply for one of six free scholarships (worth over £1750) to the Oxford Summer School Foundation course on 9th...
“What will the next four decades bring?” Based on joint modelling by the OECD and the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL), this outlook looks forward to the year 2050 to find out what demographic ...
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