As businesses across the country start to reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, safety is, of course, becoming the number one priority. Across the country, extra measures will now be taken to ensure everyone's safety — from the janitor to the CEO.
Food waste is a growing, worldwide problem. The necessity to throw out food that has expired or gone bad is not only bad for the bottom line but also deprives the poor of much-needed sustenance.
Implementing sustainability into your business practices is an imperative choice in these times. But "sustainability" is a huge category, and you may wonder where to start.
While your staff adjusts to all the new safety procedures to stop the spread of COVID-19, don't let them forget about the importance of recycling! Now, more than ever, consumers are careful about where they're spending their money. One easy way to improve your reputation is to become a more sustainable business by implementing a successful recycling program.
Whether you're soaking up the summer sun or entertaining guests, your outdoor space is the hub of it all. It's also the perfect place to implement your eco-conscious lifestyle.
Are you spearheading a new sustainability project for your brand? Searching for real-world ideas to reinforce your current strategy? We combed the internet for sustainability in the workplace examples to help you develop amazing in-house corporate practices of your own. The Lunch Program - Nike Beyond Nike eco-friendly products, the brand has embraced sustainable waste management practices that transform how employees work.
Recycling has been on everyone's top of mind for years, but sustainable packaging has recently risen to be one of the top procurement specialists' criteria. There are a few reasons for this, but as every product manager knows, many business changes are due to the consumer's needs.
A silver lining to the Covid pandemic has been seeing the environmental improvements that have come from quarantining. Air quality has improved and may result in less air pollution-related illness and death.