Week of February 17, 2020
Here are the latest articles that we think should be on your green impact radar this week
The “eco gender gap”..Why is saving the planet seen as women’s work?
From soap to reusable cutlery, green products are overwhelmingly marketed to and bought by women, who are still disproportionately responsible for the domestic sphere.. But aren’t advertisers running the risk of communicating the message that sustainability is women’s work?
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What the rise of ‘ecolabelling’ means for retailers: 
Eco-conscious consumers are asking for more clarity when it comes to their shopping. In a reaction to the growing lack of trust on the subject, retailers and e-retailers players like Net-a-porter or Selfridges are creating their own labels to help their customers shop with more ease.

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Net a Porter sustainable platform is now offering a full beauty vertical
Net Sustain now offers 27 beauty brands centered around 8 pillars: locally made, fairtrade, considered materials, considered processes, considered ingredients, waste, carbon & pollution,  cruelty-free or vegan… a good signal of what consumers are now searching for in products.
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To Listen to:
An episode of Consicous Chatter, a podcast about fashion x Sustainability, with Elisabeth Cline author of “The Conscious Closet: A Revolutionary Guide to Looking Good While Doing Good”. 

To Read: 
Weapons of Reason, a London based publication that makes it easier to understand complex global issues, communicating them with ruthless simplicity while remaining impartial, sincere, and without agenda.

To Follow:
John Kornerup Bang Head of Sustainability Strategy,  Maersk. Maersk have committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2050. The challenge is greater than it looks. To reach this target the Maersk fleet needs to be operating with new technology by 2030— technology which hasn’t been invented yet.
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