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by Cheryl Baldwin, Sep 2015
Those of us in the field may share a deep-seated belief that sustainability efforts across the product value chain pay clear dividends — but it’s nice to have proof.Nearly all firms state that they...
by Caitlin Kauffman, Mar 2015
Seventh Generation, the nation's leading brand of non-toxic and renewable bio-based household, baby and personal care solutions, called on Congress last week to strengthen the country's outdated...
by Millie Lapidario, Feb 2015
At the University of North Carolina, sustainability consulting projects have an unique way of taking shape.A marketplace type of approach to teaming up with industry partners has helped UNC’s Center...
by Mike Hower, Oct 2014
The Clorox Company has reduced its greenhouse gases emissions by 12 percent and the amount of waste it sends to landfill per case of product sold by 34 percent since 2011, according to the company’s...
by Hannah Ritchie, Oct 2014
The Clorox Company — a multinational leading manufacturer of top-selling cleaning and personal care products — has announced the launch of its Clorox Preferred Ingredient Calculator. The company has...
by Maryanne Conlin, Aug 2014
A recent Boston Consulting Group (BCG) research report showed responsible products accounted for two-thirds of grocery product growth in 2013. That’s a pretty incredible number considering how...
by Jennifer Elks, Mar 2014
Palm oil certainly is a hot topic right now: NGOs including Greenpeace and WWF have continued to raise awareness of the destructive nature of the palm oil industry and the devastating effects it has...
by Mike Hower, Jan 2014
The American Cleaning Institute (ACI), the nonprofit trade association representing over 120 companies in the US cleaning products industry — including BASF, Clorox, Dow, Novozymes, Method, Seventh...
by Jennifer Rice, Aug 2013
The Guardian recently published an excellent article on "Why Green Brands Are Failing to Capture Public Attention:"The answer is that environmental/social consciousness is only one part of what are...
by Leon Kaye, Aug 2013
Burt’s Bees is an incredible American success story. Roxanne Quimby’s venture into beeswax candles took her from New England craft fairs to lip balm and personal care products sold in thousands of...
by Jennifer Elks, Aug 2013
The American Cleaning Institute’s (ACI) just-released 2013 Sustainability Report shows overall decreases by member companies in four environmental data categories: energy use,...
by Dimitar Vlahov, Jul 2013
Since the end of our SB'13 conference last month, we have received many requests from our community, asking for links to the videos we showed on the main stage. So here are, by popular demand, the 20...
by Bart King, Nov 2012
Three more major brands have agreed to participate in the soft launch next year of a new labeling system for recyclable materials that is intended to reduce consumer confusion in the U.S.Best Buy,...
by Bart King, Nov 2012
Moving towards an integrated reporting framework leads to better-connected departments, according to 93 percent of the businesses participating in a study by corporate communications agency Black Sun...
by Jennifer Elks, Nov 2012
Juice Beauty is an organic skincare brand centered around organic, fruit-derived ingredients. The company’s mission is "to bring high-efficacy, authentically organic, and pleasurable beauty solutions...
by Beth Trask, Jul 2012
Are we on a path that moves us beyond volunteer green teams onto one in which sustainability is so deeply embedded into corporate culture, goals and business practices that every job is a “green job...
by Bart King, Jun 2012
Twenty-four major companies representing over $500 billion in combined revenues have agreed to incorporate ecosystems and biodiversity into their business strategies.The initiative, announced at the...
by Joe Laur, Mar 2012
Cheryl Hagedorn, Brand Manager at the Glad Products Company, spoke with our Rethinking Waste guest editor Joe Laur to discuss Glad's focus on product innovation, how the company continues to...
by Bart King, Feb 2012
Burt’s Bees – a brand well known for its mostly natural products – hopes to attract younger customers with a new brand of personal care products launching this month.Burt’s, which is owned by the...
by Alexis Limberakis, Feb 2012
The importance of sustainability is more than just changing your products and manufacturing, it is essential to inspire and engage employees in the process, ensuring that sustainability becomes...
by Bart King, Jan 2012
SC Johnson released a comprehensive list of the fragrance ingredients found in the company's products on its relaunched ingredient disclosure website, www.whatsinsidescjohnson.com.SC Johnson says it...
by Bart King, Jan 2012
The Clorox Company last week launched the first smartphone application and mobile website giving consumers easy access to information about product ingredients.The mobile access is an expansion of...
by David Schatsky, Jan 2012
Creating a sustainable society will depend in large part on reducing the environmental impacts of making, distributing and using products and of disposing of them at the end of their useful life....
by Bart King, Oct 2011
Organic bottled tea company Honest Tea released the second edition of its annual Mission Report in combination with a new Tumblr site that will update regularly with posts about the company's...
by Bart King, Oct 2011
Glad – the trash bag brand owned by Clorox – is funding grants for programs that aim to reduce the waste created by game-day activities on college campuses across the U.S.According to a report...
by Bart King, Oct 2011
Campbell Soup, Mattel and Starbucks topped their industry sectors in Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s first-ever rankings of the 10 Best Corporate Citizens by industry category.This is the first...
by Jacquelyn Ottman, Jun 2011
The green marketplace represents lots of opportunity to make green but education –for marketers and for consumers alike, is key to tapping the potential it represents and avoiding indavertent...
by Bart King, Jun 2011
The Clorox Company plans to launch a new app for mobile phones that will give consumers immediate access to product ingredient information while they shop or whenever they need it. The mobile...
by Sustainable Brands, May 2011
The community of leaders who are visioning the sustainable brands of tomorrow are gathering in just 4 weeks in Monterey. Miss it and be left behind, or join and be part of the conversation about...
by Suzanne Shelton, May 2011
Several folks have forwarded me the article from the New York Times last week, all but declaring the death of green products.  Most of these emails have contained comments of concern,...
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