Wednesday, April 21, 2021
LVMH UNESCO partnership biodiversity

LVMH invests over £4bn to reduce impact on ecosystem

LVMH has teamed up with UNESCO MAB (Man and the Biosphere) programme, which will launch its new biodiversity strategy to combat deforestation in the Amazon rainforest.
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Wilko to offer face mask recycling scheme

Wilko will trial an in-store recycling scheme for disposable face masks in an effort to reuse them for various purposes from building materials to new furniture.
Waitrose bans children’s magazines with disposable plastic toys

Waitrose bans children’s magazines with disposable plastic toys

Waitrose has said it will no longer sell children’s magazines containing plastic disposable toys in its latest move to tackle pollution (...)
Asda removes more than 100m pieces of single use plastic from stores

Asda removes 101 million pieces of single use plastic from stores

Asda is to remove 101 million pieces of single use plastic from its stores each year as rolls out a scheme to introduce a reusable (...)
Fashion retailers to contribute to recycling costs under gov't proposals

Fashion retailers to contribute to recycling costs under gov’t proposals

Fashion retailers that produce their own-brand range of apparel would have to contribute to the cost of recycling clothes under (...)
Morrisons loyalty card plastic online shopping

Morrisons phases out plastic More cards and shifts to mobile app

Morrisons has said it will phase out its plastic More loyalty card as it shifts to an “instant discount” model using its mobile phone app.
Superdry Julian Dunkerton

Superdry accelerates sustainable cotton strategy by 5 years

Superdry has accelerated its organic cotton targets by five years to 2025, as it plans to produce its pure cotton garments entirely from organic cotton.
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Central England Co-op to reduce carbon footprint by 90%

Central England Co-op has pledged to achieve a 90 per cent reduction in its carbon footprint by 2030.
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Why is fast fashion booming if Brits want a sustainable future?

t's no secret that fast fashion is currently booming but this raises the question as to why the sector remains popular at a time when (...)
Tesco rolls out recycling points for old packading

Tesco rolls out recycling points for old “soft plastic” packaging

Tesco has started rolling out “soft plastic” recycling points so customers can recycle old packaging such as bread bags, pet food and (...)

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