Leading green cleaning brand Ecover is pledging £500,000 (€553,000) in backing for its Fertilise the Future initiative, aimed at funding the “eco-pioneers of tomorrow”.
Australia’s largest producer of lemon myrtle has retooled its entire North Queensland farm to meet the growing demand for hand sanitiser and cleaning products.
GOTS, the international organic textile standard, saw the highest growth in certified operations ever last year.
Korean-backed German Luxury label MCM has launched the first biodynamic cotton, eco-friendly and ethical underwear range.
New guidance has been agreed by UK retailers to help ensure vegan fashion products really are 100% free of animal products.
Lightweight packaging specialist Ecolean has achieved Gold Medal Recognition 2020 for its sustainability work. The certificate is awarded by the independent sustainability ratings provider, EcoVadis.
Qosmedix has launches a new bamboo applicator kit, created especially for professional makeup artists and to help maintain a hygienic environment for clients.
82% of UK shoppers say plastic packaging must change drastically, new research commissioned by retail app specialist Ubamarket shows.
A report by UK government scientists will warn that lemon and pine scents commonly used in household products – including leading natural brands – contribute to the growing amount of dangerous air pollution in the home.
Trace Collective is a new UK-based fashion brand that is aiming to “leverage fashion as a tool for environmental regeneration, creating clothes solely with fabrics made from fibres that have a positive environmental impact
The CEO of international fashion brand Zara said this week there is “no contradiction” between sustainability and profitability.
The Scandinavia region’s biggest eco and organic trade shows get major new features and content for 2019.
Award-winning compostable plaster brand PATCH has expanded into 32 countries in just 18 months, showing its world-beating potential.
The green trend in the personal care industry is now feeding through to the home care and cleaning products industry, says London-based analyst Ecovia Intelligence.
Evidence has building in recent years of a major health risk from chemicals in products such as air fresheners, deodorants and scented candles. Some reports estimate that “secret” air pollutants in the home may be claiming tens of thousands of lives each year.