In honor of Earth Day, sustainable retailer Reformation has launched two very cool planet-friendly initiatives: a tool called Refscale that explains the environmental impact of each item sold on the website, and a “Low Carb Collection,” designed to require a minimal quantity of CO2 for production.
A toilet paper manufacturer plans to ditch the cardboard rolls in a new line of products, in an effort to cut down on waste.
This year Noxzema, grandma's favorite Greaseless and Medicated facial cleanser, is turning 100. In an effort to adopt more sustainable practices (but also save a shit ton in transportation costs), Unilever has once again changed the packaging of the fan-favorite, making it about 45% lighter. But after all these…
A recent study found that corporations that include women on their boards massively outperform their boy's clubby competitors. Now, new research shows that companies that deign to let a few women sit down up top are more sustainable, too!
Perhaps you've come to terms with the knowledge that you're probably gnawing on pig intestines and other troubling substances when you order the McRib, but animal rights activists are determined to ruin this sandwich for you. For some reason products come under greater scrutiny when you name them after the one item…
"By snapping up rack after rack of cheap, mass-made clothing, we're making ourselves all look alike, trashing the planet, and mistreating our fellow humans." Well, when a person puts it like that, it sounds bad!
It's obvious every time we write a post on vegetarianism: lots of people love meat. But are some meats better for the planet than others? And what about the half-vegetarian's flesh of choice, fish?