To complement its two-year activity, BMW Guggenheim Lab has released a comprehensive guide across the most prominent urban trends, which have been explored and discussed during its three past stops in NYC, Berlin and Mumbai.
The multi-media educational initiative comes as a collaboration between WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) and a team of packaging, food and retail partners, including Marks&Spencer.
truth, the anti-smoking organization in the US, has launched a campaign, ugly truth, encouraging people to come and vote for the most disgusting fact about smoking.
Inspired by HRH The Prince of Wales, the initiative is part of the charity BITC (Business In The Community) that involves such high-profile companies as Waitrose, M&S, IBM, Visit England, Virgin Money, Eurostar, Innocent drinks, ASDA, and more.
Patagonia has set a new venture capital fund, $20 Million & Change, to support startups that share the company’s eco-focused philosophy.
Australians are encouraged to sign petitions to authorities, asking them to support actual actions against plastic bottles pollution and making Coca-Cola be kind to the local nature.
A collection of animated images was created to demonstrate how the planet’s surface has been changing over nearly three past decades.
The soda drinks maker is often accused for contributing to the children’s’ obesity, and this move is expected to clear the “fatty” image of the company that celebrates its 127th anniversary these days.