Hosted at The Current, Chelsea Piers in New York City on 10 October, the Circular Shift 2023 summit convened over 100 sustainability leaders and pioneers to power innovation for a circular future. The event was proudly presented by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute.
The so-called R-Strategies are widely known as design strategies for circular product design. So, what does it take to successfully apply these strategies to your product life cycle when you intend to work towards Cradle to Cradle Certified®?
ADA Cosmetics is the first and only company in hotel cosmetics whose entire product portfolio is Cradle to Cradle Certified®. Having championed more responsible business practices from the outset through its innovative hotel dispenser systems which help avoid plastic waste, sustainability is an integral part of ADA’s DNA.
Global leader in luxury lifestyle products, Ralph Lauren, demonstrates its increasing commitment to responsible fashion by introducing its first-ever Cradle to Cradle (C2C) Certified® Gold, Cashmere Sweater.
In this interview, we speak to Rives Taylor, Principal Director of Gensler Research Institute Resilience Center, to find out how he believes Cradle to Cradle Certified® can help the building and construction industry transition to a more circular and sustainable approach. Rives is a recognized global expert in resilient, high-performance, and sustainable design.
We caught up with Marissa Pagnani McGowan, Chief Sustainability Officer NA at L'Oréal, where she stewards the company's sustainability platform, L’Oréal for the Future, in North America. Together with L'Oréal's leadership team, Marissa believes that L'Oréal has a responsibility and opportunity to drive transformation towards a more circular, just and inclusive beauty industry benefiting all stakeholders, and she is dedicated to collaboration and innovation to accelerate this progress. In this video she outlines how the rigorous certification process of Cradle to Cradle Certified® raises the bar for the industry and emphasizes the added value of the certification for their extensive L'Oréal portfolio.
100% made from plants cultivated in the Philippines within a natural ecosystem, Bananatex® was developed by Swiss bag brand and material innovators QWSTION in collaboration with Taiwan-based yarn specialists and weaving partners, united by the ambition to make a positive impact on the future of our planet.