- Marketing Show All
50% of CPG growth from 2013 to 2018 came from sustainability-marketed products.
Yet a frustrating paradox remains at the heart of green business: Few consumers who report positive attitudes toward eco-friendly products and services follow through with their wallets.
Labelling such as “this product is for green shoppers” may work better than simply calling something eco-friendly
- Product Design Show All
Nike’s guide is deliberately formatted as a kind of textbook.
Sustainable design meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
What if we changed the way we design the products we consume to meet environmental challenges? This is the idea behind eco-design, which aims to make the manufacturing process more environmentally-friendly by factoring in the life-cycle of products from the very outset.
- Packaging Show AllThe pandemic is reshaping their views about sustainable packaging materials in ways that will force the whole value chain to act quickly.
Waste less, enjoy more!
Food Tank highlights 16 food and beverage companies to exhibit the industry’s various approaches to sustainable packaging.
This compostable packaging can tell you when your food is going bad - and can also be safely composted in a backyard.
Who needs best-by labels when your package is sensing the food inside it?