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Corona Beer joins Parley for the Oceans to clean up marine plastic

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Mexican beer brand Corona has partnered with Parley for the Oceans in plan to end marine plastic pollution, one of the biggest threats to human health and the survival of the planet's largest and most important ecosystem, the world's oceans. The long-term partnership launches with a plan to protect 100 Islands by 2020 starting in six key regions in different parts of the world – Mexico, Maldives, Australia, Chile, Italy and Dominican Republic. Read more »

Sustainability Skills Workshop

26/01/2016

Event Description

This essential one-day workshop will give sustainability professionals the skills they need to take the next step in their careers.

The first edie workshop: Sustainability Skills, brings together the leaders of tomorrow for an interactive day of practical sessions designed to actively enhance the skills required to take the next step in your sustainability career, plus case studies and open discussions from the sustainability leaders who are already making it happen. Read more »

Divine Chocolate voted the UK's favourite Fairtrade product

The Divine team: Sophi Tranchell (centre), Managing Director at Divine, accepted the award from chef, writer and broadcaster Allegra McEvedy MBE, Patron of the Fairtrade Foundation

Divine's Milk Chocolate with Toffee & Sea Salt was named as the UK's Favourite Fairtrade Product at a reception held on 15 October 2014 to mark 20 years of Fairtrade in the UK. The public praised Divine's chocolate bar for its “innovative flavour”, calling it “just the ticket for an autumnal fireside tea-break”, their “favourite little luxury” and “absolutely scrumptious”. Read more »

Yooji’s flaked cod: the world’s first MSC-certified babyfood product

The MSC label appears on over 23,000 sustainable seafood products distributed in over 100 countries worldwide, but until now has not been seen on a babyfood product. This October, French company Yooji has launched frozen cod portions prepared solely with cod procured from MSC-certified sources.

Yooji is an Aquitaine-based, 2012 start-up specialising in environmentally-friendly frozen babyfood. After initially producing frozen vegetable purées in 20g portions, it is now expanding its range by launching two 100% protein products including the MSC-certified flaked cod portions. Read more »

Re-booting FSC: Confor to bring in members' motion at General Assembly in Seville

The Forest Stewardship Council is twenty years old, and like most adolescents it has had a troubled few years, perhaps lost its focus and not really delivered on its early potential. However, unlike most adolescents, it has over 600 people from all over the world attending its birthday party this week in Seville. Read more »

Vauxhall Motors signs long term contract with vehicle recycling company Autogreen

The contract ensures that all Vauxhall vehicles handled by Autogreen that have reached the end of their life are disposed of and recycled using the very latest, most environmentally friendly methods and meeting the legislative requirements set out in the European End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV) Directive.

Vauxhall has been working with recyclable materials (recyclates) in its vehicles since 1990 and now thanks to its Design for Recycling strategy, more than 200 recyclates are used across the range allowing it to use 45,000 tons of recycled materials in new vehicles every year. Read more »

Arjowiggins Graphic publishes its 2013 Sustainable Development Report

Arjowiggins Graphic, a leading manufacturer of environmental paper solutions, has published its latest CSR report, detailing its industry-leading milestones, ambitions to work towards a circular economy and its role in developing a more sustainable industry. Read more »

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