One hundred billion garments are produced every year on average, according to Google. And that’s why the tech firm’s new initiative, the “Fashion Friday Pledge,” is centered on outfit-repeating as a method for reducing climate impact.
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Research into the workplace priorities of Millenial and Generation Z employees has found they rank sustainability as a leading concern when evaluating the companies they work for In a wake-up call to employers yet to prioritise the environmental impact of their business practises, new research has found that younger employees rank sustainability among their most important concerns when evaluating the company they work for.
Chennai is now on the brink of a severe water crisis. Resources are fast depleting and the city is worried about getting through the tough summer. But Lakshman Rao, an octogenarian, is confident of tiding over the crisis. This R.A. Puram resident is banking his confidence on a whole lot of things he has done over the years.
Washington D.C., 12 April 2019 – Luxembourg today signed an agreement to back a UN Environment-convened network that helps the world’s major financial centres to increase green and sustainable finance.
IKEA’s new store in Greenwich, London has become one of only 320 stores globally to receive an outstanding BREEAM construction rating IKEA’s new store in London has achieved an ‘Outstanding’ New Construction certification from BREEAM UK, placing it in an elite of just 320 buildings worldwide to be awarded the rating.
Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2019 | Source: Peter White/Getty Images By Reuters April 10, 2019 17:20 PARIS, France – Louis Vuitton owner LVMH on Wednesday set a high bar for rival luxury goods companies trying to capitalise on Chinese demand for high-end handbags and clothing, with stronger-than-expected sales growth in the first quarter.