It would damage the environment, create more waste, increase greenhouse gases, and drive more demand for cheap, often polluting substitutes.Read more
L&HCA, responsible for almost half the worldwide trade in hides, set out a goal to reduce waste by using every hide from the dairy and meat industry and expand its traceability program developed with NGOs.Read more
Two-thirds of clothing brands and retailers in the UK and U.S. have seen a rise in demand for sustainable products in the past 12 months.Read more
Brands, retailers, mills and manufacturers that have signed up for the system include Gap Inc. and its Old Navy, Gap, Banana Republic and Athleta brands, as well as UK retailers Next Plc. and Byford.Read more
Supported by more than a century of environmental sustainability regulation, the U.S. shows that it shares the world’s values through innovation, improvement, and a legacy of commitment to global sustainability.Read more
The Leather & Hide Council of America is taking its successful student design competition global. This year, students from around the world will be able to compete in an open […]Read more
The campaign tells the story behind U.S. products, sharing recipes and articles on topics ranging from the health benefits of almonds to how U.S. beef is produced and what makes it special.Read more
This is the main finding of a survey of 27,237 consumers across the 27 member states, which was published on 18 December 2020.Read more
From the energy of the sun to the power of the waves. Look to nature first, as the sustainable way to nurture and support our lives, and our lifestyles. For […]Read more
Smithfield’s Crete facility was applauded for its efforts in reducing solid waste by nearly 4.5 million kg.Read more
Sales rose by 31% to $9.93 billion from 2016 to 2019, according to the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service 2019 Organic Survey report.Read more
The global leather industry is calling to suspend the leather score in the Higg Materials Sustainability Index because it is based on “inappropriate methodologies” and “out-of-date, unrepresentative, inaccurate and incomplete data."Read more
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