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Kering, Stella McCartney Partner With Apparel Impact Institute To Make Italian Fashion More Sustainable

4 Mins Read The Apparel Impact Institute recently announced a project, informally called ‘The Italy Project’ in partnership with Stella McCartney, Burberry, and French luxury fashion group Kering with the aim of improving the environmental footprint of Italy’s luxury fashion supply chain. In 2019, the Global Fashion Agenda predicted that before 2039, the global apparel industry will grow […]

Nike Unveils New Vegan SB Dunk Made With Animal-Free Leather

2 Mins Read Nike has released a brand new iteration of its popular SB Dunk sneakers, this time giving it a vegan makeover. Made with animal-free leather, the new Baroque Brown SB Dunk High Pro shoes will be launched in limited quantities at select stores around the world. It marks the latest move by the sneaker giant to […]

Nike Launches ‘Move To Zero’ Carbon & Waste Campaign To ‘Protect Future Of Sport’

2 Mins Read Sportswear giant Nike has announced a new sustainability initiative with the “singular aim” of “protecting the future of sport”. Called Move to Zero, the new campaign will see the multinational corporation dramatically shift its operations to circular models, from moving to 100% renewable energy to eliminating all single-use plastics and diverting waste into new products.  […]

Microsoft, Unilever, Nike Join Hands To Establish Net Zero Carbon Economy Group

3 Mins Read Microsoft, Unilever, Nike and six other multinational giants have teamed up to establish a new initiative aimed at helping businesses reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Called “Transform to Net Zero”, the group will help develop and provide practical and science-based guidance and roadmaps for companies as a part of its overall ambition to railroad […]

Puma Launches Sportswear Collection Made From Recovered Ocean Plastic Waste

3 Mins Read German multinational sportswear brand Puma has created a new collection of footwear and clothing made using recycled plastic. In collaboration with First Mile, a United Kingdom-based company supporting low-income communities around the world, Puma used more than 190,000 recovered plastic bottles to make yarns to produce the products.  Puma has revealed a new sustainable collection […]

Nike Creates “Low Carbon Footprint” Vegan Sneakers Using Waste

3 Mins Read Nike is the latest multinational brand to take on sustainable sneakers, unveiling their new “Space Hippie” sneaker collection that will debut this Spring. The collection will feature a range of vegan-friendly sneakers made using recycled waste, including plastic bottles and textile factory waste such as t-shirts and yarn scraps.  Announcing a new collection of eco-friendly […]