At the dawn of the digital era, people turn to online shopping more and more often. Last year, internet sales made up almost a fifth of total retail in the UK alone. But what does this trend cost the planet? And, more importantly, is it possible to minimise its impact on the environment?
How does a brand become a timeless favourite, an everyday icon? We put together three great sustainable names that are on their way to stardom
While the working poor are shopping at the local food bank, the smart money is being sucked into a black hole of hedge funds and murky derivatives
Born in Florence, Emy Venturini grew up in Paris. Now she’s created IpsilonParis, a vibrant capsule collection of clothes made from sustainable textiles including a range of ‘street’ t-shirts that are attracting lots of attention. Her inspiration? To express love and respect for people and the planet
The sustainability revolution is encouraging us to look to nature for solutions to our everyday needs. Here are six brands created by talented entrepreneurs who are taking easily renewable, cost-effective ingredients and lovingly making them into fabulous products while paying it forward around the globe.