Last weekend at a sporting event, my beer was served in this ‘self-destructing’ cup. Intrigued by the incredibly bold messaging and claims, I couldn’t help but dig a bit deeper.
Over the last few years we have seen a trend in packaging moving from plastic to paper-based solutions, but is this really the sustainable choice or is it only perceived as ‘doing the right thing’ in consumers eyes?
As plastic consumption increases, I wanted to explore available alternative materials. I am a firm believer in the benefits of plastics, as well as cartonboard, glass and aluminium.
Much like in packaging, there have been some seriously bold sustainability commitments in the world of motorsport, which in my opinion are going to be very challenging to achieve.
Festival organisers have developed comprehensive sustainability programmes from tent recommendations, a range of on-site sleeping arrangements, green buses to minimise CO2 emissions from travel as well as specific eco-camps.
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!
This World Environment Day we will see lots of people posting about beating plastic pollution, however this must not be a one day wonder.
One thing that really stood out straight away was the way Aura takes work-life balance seriously.
Following his recent 97th Birthday, we celebrate one of the greatest sustainability pioneers of all time.
Gillian Orr takes a deep dive into sustainable innovation within the food service sector.
Legislation in food service in imperative, however is it enough on its own to drive the collaborative change we desperately need?