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How did flexible plastic packaging get popular and what’s the best way to dispose them?

How is FPP so popular? The demand and use of flexible plastic packaging or FPP has skyrocketed with a share of 19% of the total packaging market in the US. This fastest growing plastic packaging segment is valued between USD

Companies Announcing Sustainable Programs

It seems like every week now a handful of companies announce new sustainable initiatives. This month alone, Zara announced it will “achieve” sustainable fashion by 2025, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo left the Plastics Industry Association, Dasani announced plastic-free water distribution, Gap

“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

USC Millennial Sustainability Research Study 2014

Recently Clean sponsored a study with our university partner, U.S.C. (Marshall School of Business) to find out how millennials really feel about sustainability when purchasing food and beverage products. Our young researchers surveyed over 200 millennials in Los Angeles and