To develop new tools, which will help improve sustainability manufacturing facilities, Procter & Gamble has partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and (EPA) National Risk Management Research Laboratory (NRMRL) and signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement.
YouTube, the video-sharing service which plays a tremendous role as a news source around the globe, has launched a new ‘Blur Faces’ option, a valuable tool which will help secure anonymity when posting footage. The new feature, which launched yesterday, July 18, will help protect personal privacy in YouTube videos, ranging from reports of street protests to some personal footage.
Heinz Ketchup has launched the ‘Join the Growing Movement’ campaign on its restaurant bottles featuring PlantBottle technology by Coca-Cola, which is 100% recyclable. The partnership dates back to the beginning of 2011 when Heinz has partnered with the soft drinks giant to start using its revolutionary technology. In June 2012, Coca-Cola and Heinz along with other companies including Ford, Nike and Procter & Gamble formed a union of the Plant PET Technology Collaborative (PTC).
Renault that has recently opened the Passion d’Avenir exhibit at the Futuroscope park, has launched its first social business initiative in mobility aimed to restore the autonomy of people with low incomes. Called Renault MOBILIZ, the program will offer real-life mobility service solutions, an investment company to finance mobility projects; and a partnership with the ‘Enterprise and Poverty’ Chair at HEC Paris.
In fight with breast cancer, PUMA is asking the question, ‘Who do you wear your pink for?’ and launching the 2012 Project Pink. The basics of the program remain the same as in previous two years: people can nominate their favorite charity, vote for it, buy dedicated PUMA products, and share the project with friends online.