Walmart launched a sustainable platform inviting suppliers to join the company in committing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions resulting from their operations and supply chains. Dubbed Project Gigaton, this initiative will provide an emissions reduction toolkit to a broad network of

Global fitness brand Reebok (Adidas Group) announced its “Cotton + Corn” sustainable products initiative, which will bring plant-based footwear to the market later this year. Cotton + Corn is an initiative developed by the Reebok Future team to create shoes “made from

Evolva and Cargill will produce and commercialise the next-generation stevia sweetener, EverSweet. This product is on track for a 2018 launch. It is a next-generation stevia sweetener – claim both companies - that solves both the stevia taste and Reb

The FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2017 took place in Lahti, Finland, from 22 February to 5 March 2017. This was the seventh time the event is held there, having previously been held there in 1926, 1938, 1958, 1978, 1989

Biossance™, the consumer beauty brand from Amyris, Inc., the US integrated renewable products company, was launched in Sephora’s retail stores where the brand’s expansive line of high-performance skin care products is now available to consumers. Known for pioneering the first renewably-sourced

With annual revenue of 11.3 billion euro, FrieslandCampina is one of the world’s largest dairy companies. Since 7 February 2017, the Dutch company has made use of biogas in its plant in Borculo (Netherlands) for generating steam used for the

Unilever, the world's third-largest consumer goods company measured by revenue, after Procter & Gamble and Nestlé, committed to ensuring that all of its plastic packaging is fully reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025 as it called on the entire fast-moving consumer

"Sunscreens and moisturizers derived from biological sources such as cyanobacteria could represent a safer alternative to current, synthetically produced cosmetics". This is suggested by a research published in the European Journal of Phycology. Using organic matter to develop sunscreens could lessen