Amazon is launching Climate Pledge Friendly, a new program to help make it easy for consumers to discover and shop for more sustainable products. Customers will now see the Climate Pledge Friendly label when searching for more than 25,000 products to signify that the products have one or more of 19 different sustainability certifications that help preserve the natural world, such as reducing the carbon footprint of shipments to customers.
Walmart is extending its environmental commitments, Doug McMillon, the company’s president and CEO, stated in a blog post, and the retailer is now aiming at becoming a regenerative company.
Pottery Barn, together with The Renewal Workshop, a provider of circular solutions for apparel and textile brands, has unveiled the Pottery Barn Renewed initiative. The renewed line of products is said to represent the company’s first step towards becoming a circular business and furthering its leadership in sustainability.
U-Konserve recently released its new line of silicone-topped stainless steel food containers. EcoVessel, a manufacturer of hydration products, recently acquired U-Konserve.
Walmart and Schneider Electric, an energy management and automation specialist, have partnered to provide increased access to renewable energy for the company’s suppliers based in the U.S.
West Elm has partnered with apparel brand Eileen Fisher to introduce a sustainably made collection of home décor and furniture designed with upcycled materials, giving garments a second life beyond the closet.
GoSili is presenting its new Universal Silicone Straw Top with Straw. The accessory is designed to turn any cup into a straw cup.
Rubbermaid has partnered with international recycling provider, TerraCycle, to make all brands of well-used food storage containers recyclable in the U.S. and Canada. Through this new partnership, Rubbermaid said it will help ensure all glass and plastic food storage containers will have a sustainable end to their lifecycle.