January 21, 2020

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The North Face Releases Global Responsible Down Standard

The North Face has announced its Responsible Down Standard, a tool to evaluate and certify down supply chain. SB.

Goodwill's New goBINs Allow People to Donate Goods Without Leaving Home

Goodwill San Francisco announces a new initiative to make donating textiles as convenient as dropping a bottle in a recycling bin. SB.

Messaging Sustainability: From Boring to Cool

Making sustainability cool for today's consumers: Maxine Bédat and Soraya Darabi of the "slow fashion" firm Zady tell how on Talkback.

The Army Goes Green

The Army wants soldiers to wear solar panels and bionic knee braces to help with energy capture and mobility. Mashable.

Sustainable Packing 'Essential Part of Business'

Sustainability is no longer an optional add-on, but rather an essential part of business for the packaging industry. EL.

8 Steps to Accelerate Your Brand's Growth in 2014

Here are eight steps to ensure your customers are sufficiently engaged, loyal and motivated in 2014.

Lightfog Introduces Pollution-Eating Bike

Want to pedal your way to work but scared of what you're breathing in? Lightfog could have the bike for you. Article/Image:HuffPost.

A Hybrid Corvette Stingray? 'Don't Laugh,' GM President Says

With fuel economy and carbon-dioxide emission regulations tightening around the globe, automakers must pay increasing attention. LA Times.

Levi's Wellthread Stitches Design with Worker Well-being

Levi Strauss' new Eureka innovation lab unveiled Dockers Wellthread, a process that pushes the envelope on sustainable design. GreenBiz.

This Billboard Generates Clean Drinking Water Straight From the Air

In Lima, Peru, a billboard uses a filtration system to create clean water--and advertises for an engineering school. FastCoExist.



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