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With supply chains slashed and increased droughts, the public needs to take an interest in how they get their food.
If you are not preparing your brand for the future, you could be looking at a tragic business story in the next couple of years.
These 8 Women Lead Sustainability at Companies Like Amazon, Daily Harvest, and Johnson & Johnson. Here's How They're Helping the Planet.
From zero carbon initiatives and recycling designer handbags to using recycled fabrics, here's how industry leaders are tackling our time's greatest challenge.
In the race to sustainability, many brands are diluting their identity and relying on undifferentiated strategies to ensure environmental efficiency and social compliance along their supply chains. Thus, the challenge lies in the quality of sustainability investments brands are willing to pursue, but also in their ability to communicate the reasoning behind these efforts.
Modern brands can move the needle by embracing sustainability innovation at every stage of the supply chain, from impact measurement and transparency pledges, through elevated customer experiences, to shifting consumer behavior with collective wellbeing and planetary boundaries in mind.
Customers want to connect with companies that demonstrate a commitment to social responsibility.
As the need for efficiency and competition continue to rise across various industries, the role of artificial intelligence will only grow in the coming years.
This transformation will help them reduce 90% use of fossil fuel-based plastic in toys.
What we can achieve has the potential to change -- and save -- lives.