A roundup of links.
The case against long, murky supply chains.
How one innovative brand is using blockchain to enable transparency in sourcing.
And on that debate about fibres. “If you want to be as eco-friendly as possible, there is only one thing you need to remember: use your clothes until they are worn out. That is more important than all other aspects, such as how and where the clothes were manufactured and the materials they are made of” – Sandra Roos, researcher.
Can we design cities that make us kinder?
Men who feel secure in their manhood are more comfortable going green. And vice versa.
With China effectively banning low quality recyclable materials, local governments around world are struggling with how to clean up their recycling streams. In Canada, co-mingled recycling programs are associated with significantly higher contamination rates.
Even Theresa May wants to see the end of single use plastic.
I appreciate the ACCC, and this is an interesting case taking on unsubstantiated environmental claims. So is this one.