Gillian Garside-Wight explores six amazingly inspirational people who continue to make a significant difference to how we view sustainability.
When we reflect on our contribution to our environment and our oceans, could we do more as individuals and as businesses? I’m pretty sure the answer is yes because we need to do more and quickly!
Anita had a formidable reputation as a businesswoman, an entrepreneur, a human rights activist and an environmental campaigner, she was probably best known as the founder of the Body Shop, a household name famous for pioneering ethical consumerism.
This World Environment Day we will see lots of people posting about beating plastic pollution, however this must not be a one day wonder.
If you’re going to launch a sales campaign in American, you need to do it in style and that’s exactly what we did with Aura.
If you’re a fan of Dragon’s Den then some of you may recognise these two as the brother and sister duo who took the Den by storm.
There are many brands shouting about how their products are not tested on animals, are vegan friendly or use sustainable and responsibly sourced ingredients, but fewer display information on packaging sustainability credentials, and future goals.
One thing that really stood out straight away was the way Aura takes work-life balance seriously.
For smaller cosmetics brands it is likely that the challenge of packaging sustainability is greater than for bigger brands, despite the fact that the product range may be smaller.
Gaynor explores the complexity and challenges leading cosmetic brands face to deliver improved packaging sustainability.
Following his recent 97th Birthday, we celebrate one of the greatest sustainability pioneers of all time.
As monarch, King Charles will not be able to air his views on sustainability quite so openly, however I very much hope his passion for sustainability and climate change are still be seen and heard by many.