In recent years, consumers have called for companies to focus more on sustainable fashion rather than fast-fashion. A study administered by the International Association for Research and Testing in the Field of Textile Ecology, found that “60 percent of millennials are interested in certified sustainable clothing.” However, only 37 percent of millennials actually purchase sustainable goods.Read More
“Sustainability can’t be just for people who can afford it, because in fact the people who can least afford it are the ones who will suffer the most from the effects of climate change.”Read More
One US industry is seeking to work around and even combat these challenges to agriculture and aquaculture: seaweed.Read More
Having visited Theo’s flagship store and their chocolate factory over fall break, I can say that the company is, physically and metaphorically, in the heart of the community.Read More
Founded in 2014, Allbirds … recently became one of the newest Silicon Valley “unicorns” with their newly minted $1 billion valuation.Read More
What sort of actions have traditionally comprised corporate social responsibility?
This article is the first in a series of articles on corporate social responsibility in the Trump era.Read More