Almost a quarter (23%) of all new food product launches in the UK last year were labelled as vegan, up from 17% in 2018, confirming that the meat-free consumer trend is growing apace, a new report from Mintel has revealed.
The environmental efforts of companies are often seen as little more than greenwash, but the announcement by BlackRock that its future investment decisions will be focused on environmental sustainability potentially opens up opportunities for ...
India faces complex agricultural issues which the government is attempting to address, but brands can also play a role by tapping into the mobile and app-based “agritech” revolution that is helping transform each stage of the agriculture value ...
Amandeep Singh, WARC Exclusive, December 2019
India may have come a long way since The Green Revolution and farm mechanisation was introduced, however the situation for farmers has not, and remains a serious issue that brands need to tackle to empower these large communities.
Crawford Hollingworth and Liz Barker, The Behavioural Architects, December, 2019
Looks at the unintended consequences of behavioural science and identifies a series of wider-reaching holistic effects from nudging and steering behaviour which can have a significant impact on the overall outcome of a nudge or intervention.
Useless emails – unactionable one-word pleasantries – are costing the planet, according to new research that suggests how one less email a day from every adult in the UK would save as much carbon as 81,152 flights to Madrid.
As another record-breaking Singles Day unfolded Monday – sales on Tmall alone hit 10 billion yuan in little over 90 seconds – three environmental NGOs have highlighted the issue of the packaging waste generated by such events.
Many leading brands are making well-publicised efforts to improve sustainability and their green credentials, but if some marketers have any lingering doubts about the commercial benefits of adopting such an approach, then a new survey should allay ...
Looks at the growth of the health and wellness sector and how smart technology is changing the category, as it has made it easier for consumers to monitor their health and track their fitness goals and has raised expectations of health and wellness brands.