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Cash Chases Trash as Investors Pour Money Into Startups Looking to...

Trash and cash go hand-in-hand, from John Waters films to garbage hauling.  Sustainable trash is also drawing interest, as...

Violet Grey’s Curation Model May be the Future of Conscious Consumption

The deluge of advertisements that come with the holiday season often drown out any cautionary notes about over-consumption. But that may be...

Shop Sustainably This Cyber Monday with These Companies

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for e-commerce. Monday, December 2 marks the 14th year that Cyber Monday will dominate...

Saatva is Bringing Eco-Friendly Luxury Mattresses to the Masses

Ever since Casper’s bed-in-a-box mattress model launched in 2014 with a VC-fueled growth engine, the direct-to-consumer market for something we all use...

CAUSEBOX: An Ethical Model for Subscription Box Success

Until relatively recently, the term “subscription box” brought to mind those “Cheese of the Month” clubs that sent a brick of Brie...

How TUSHY’s Bidets Are Cleaning Up Both Backsides and the Environment

What has long been considered a luxury item in the West -- especially in the U.S. -- may finally be going mainstream,...

Allbirds is Quietly Revolutionizing Supply Chain Management

If you are currently wearing a pair of Allbirds sneakers, you’re probably in agreement with the company’s slogan: that they’re the world’s...

Can Aluminum Water Bottles Win Over Millennial Moms?

Key Takeaway: Independent drink makers and brands like Ever & Ever are...

Toilet Paper’s Environmental Toll Rises as Alternatives Fail to Catch On

Consider this the next time you buy toilet paper.  If you’re like most American consumers your toilet paper was...

Nike May Risk Customer Alienation with Data-Focused Acquisition

With Nike’s recent acquisition of Celect, an AI-driven predictive analytics company, the retail giant has the potential to transform its business from...

Augmented Reality Dreams: Snap Tries Again With Spectacles 3

Snap isn’t backing down from its effort to sell video-recording sunglasses, unveiling its third iteration that doubles the cameras and the price. 

Fish Oil From Canola Seeds Seen Easing Ocean Harvest Pressures

It’s not quite farm-raised fish sticks, but the big agricultural firm Cargill may have moved our food supply a step closer.

Unilever May Sell Brands That Don’t Meet ‘Purpose Standards’

Unilever, whose 400 brands range from Popsicles ice pops to Dove soap, is reviewing its product line with an eye toward selling...
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