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Sustainability Models of Impact – a tool kit to practically innovate in your business

Models of Impact (MOI) is a strategic design methodology that can be applied across sectors and industries to develop innovative and impactful solutions to mission driven organizations. Our collaboration with Verynice has brought about the sustainability expansion pack to Models

“Buckle Your Seat Belt, Dorothy” – Developments that will impact the Global Fashion Industry

By Russ Jowell What “The Matrix” may tell us about the coming year in the garment industry One of my favorite movies growing up was “The Matrix.” For those who haven’t seen it, it’s basically an examination of the idea

Adding a sustainability portfolio to your investments – a smart approach in 2017

The US SIF’s (The forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment) recent annual report spells optimism for the coming years in sustainability investing. The forum released their annual trends report based on research and surveys conducted by the US SIF foundation.

3 Industries taking advantage of the Circular Economy

 On average, we produce 1.3 billion tons of municipal solid waste(MSW) per year globally and this is going to nearly double by 2025 to 2.2 billion tons. Recycling rates in the developed world top at around 63% in Austria, hitting

What makes a package “sustainable”?

Originally published on November 13, 2013 on The Dieline By: Candace Hodder Do a google image search for “sustainable packaging” and you’ll see a variety of interesting package designs, from molded fiber milk bottles to reusable bags for running shoes.

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Launching a Corporate Packaging Sustainability Program: Lessons from the Nestlé USA Beverage Division

By: Candace Hodder, Clean Agency Why launch a packaging sustainability program? How should it be structured? And what benefits can a program provide? Though the answers to these questions will differ slightly for each organization, they will likely share important

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Carbon Footprinting for Products: What Companies Should Know

Carbon Footprint

Originally published on July 11, 2012 on Environmental Leader By Robert Vos and Candace Hodder Just ten years after the World Resources Institute (WRI) published the first corporate carbon footprint standard in 2001, organizational carbon footprinting is widely practiced by

9 Tips for Bringing Sustainability to Your Supply Chain

Sustainable Supply Chain

This article was originally published 10-25-2011 on GreenBiz.com By Robert Vos and Candace Hodder Published 2011-10-25 As shoppers get increasingly interested in where their products come from, a growing number of companies are starting to tell the stories behind the journey

Corporate Water-Energy Footprint: Critical Work for Risk Management

Water Footprint

By Robert Vos, Ph.D. Originally Published 2011-05-05 in Environmental Leader  The notion that “water is the next carbon” has been around since at least 2008 when the phrase appeared in Britain’s Independent newspaper. Still, companies have been slow to achieve

The Future of Sustainability Reporting: Action and Interaction

By: Candace Hodder Published April 2011  3rd Place GRI Feature Article Competition As corporate social responsibility (CSR) communications continue to grow in popularity, the bar for reporting is raised higher and higher. Telling your company’s story through a CSR report,