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Planned Obsolescence Versus The Circular Economy

“They don’t make them like they used to.” It may be the nostalgic lament of our grandparents’ generation, but it’s true: so many products just aren’t built to last anymore. And that’s not just down the race to the bottom inevitably created by the need to manufacture products as cheaply as possible to maximise profits in competitive industries.

Could the Covid-19 outbreak prompt a sustainability reset in aviation?

Sign up here for GlobalData’s free bi-weekly Covid-19 report on the latest information your industry needs to know. It would be easier to list the countries to not have enforced any sort of lockdown – and more relevantly travel restrictions – in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The EU’s fight against fashion’s forced labour supply chain

Allegations of labour exploitation in the fashion supply chain are rampant. In the month of July alone, UK fast fashion retailer Boohoo was accused of worker exploitation at one of its Leicester suppliers (the company refutes the allegations); advocacy groups alleged that Los Angeles’ garment district put workers at risk of Covid-19 contagion; and a new report linked Malaysian factories to alleged forced labour.


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5 Ways To Travel Responsibly And Sustainably Post Covid-19

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