UK smoothie brand, Naked, has pledged to help build a world where plastics never need become waste.
The Sustainable Food Trust has said that, in order to reduce associated rainforest destruction, UK livestock farmers could use more local alternatives to soya and palm kernel meal, and consumers would do better to switch to cows milk.
App company Ubamarket is calling for smarter shopping after data emerges showing that over 40 million Brits hold supermarkets and manufacturers accountable for the amount of plastic polluting the environment.
Crown Holdings’ new global initiative establishes twenty ambitious environmental, social and governance goals to be achieved by or before 2030.
Since the onset of coronavirus, it hasn’t been business as usual for any sector – and the drinks industry is no exception. In fact, as consumers return to society after a long spell of being stuck at home, they’re likely to have a thirst for something quite different than they did just a few months ago.
The Sustainable Food Trust has stated that it welcomes the first part of Henry Dimbleby’s National Food Strategy for the UK, with chief executive Patrick Holden stating that it is “an excellent first step in transforming our food systems.”
A new report commissioned by Veolia and published by Imperial College London has highlighted the importance of plastic as a material compared to alternatives when examining carbon emissions.
The report analyses the EU’s progress on Food Loss and Waste (FLW) and sets out guidance for governments, industry, researchers and NGOs on how to reach this target.
The new programme consists of the Sustainable Agriculture Standard with requirements for farms and supply chains, along with a new assurance system and a suite of tools to measure progress towards sustainability objectives.
A new landmark Populus poll commissioned by Nature 2030 has revealed that people in the UK will support an ‘all-in’ deposit return scheme model with a variable deposit.
Environmentally-conscious water brand, CanO Water, has launched an initiative to mark World Oceans Day 2020 (8 June), empowering the general public to help clean UK beaches of plastic with a few taps of a screen, while in lockdown.
SIG will fund breakthrough research at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, as part of a joint initiative with Nestlé, Logitech and other partners, to tackle environmental challenges associated with plastic waste.
According to a new international survey commissioned by the Carbon Trust, two-thirds of consumers from the UK, US and Europe support carbon labelling on products.