Despite rising inflation and supply chain disruptions, the world’s consumers are on course to spend more this year during Black Friday and the end-of-year holiday shopping season.
There are 1.8 billion millennials around the world, equal to 23% of the global population. They make up the largest adult generational cohort worldwide.
Digital denim, according to a new study, is a good match for more labour-intensive methods of denim production as it uses less energy and has fewer costs.
Double glazing and optimized air-con systems aren’t as sexy as 100-metre wind turbines and EVs – but the impact of energy efficiency could be immense.
The innovation born from the pandemic has created a host of new digitally native businesses designed to meet evolving needs and new market opportunities.
Companies must consider new ways of engaging with customers to communicate the wider shifts to the value chain that make products truly sustainable.
Recycling plastic is not enough beat the global waste crisis - we need more new ways to make food packaging, including using more compostable materials.
Solving the plastic pollution issue will require systemic change. Financing these solutions will require a collective, public-private approach.
At the Sustainable Development Impact Summit, two pioneers explore how the make the fashion industry more sustainable, from consumers to manufacturers.
The price increases for spaghetti predicted as a result of depleted wheat harvests are a reminder that a warming climate can take the food out of our mouths.
Both corporations and consumers need to drive more responsible consumption. New research from JD.com and Kearney provides a simple framework for doing it.
China is the world's biggest e-commerce market, with online sales worth $1.3 trillion in 2020, and projected to increase to almost $2 trillion by 2025.
Researchers are using big data to measure the correlation between our mood, the music we listen to and the resulting effect on the world's financial markets.
This World Economic Forum report provides an alternative plastic waste-reduction model and presents the Reuse Viability Framework, a tool to help decision-makers address key questions abo...
Renting clothes leads to the highest carbon emissions. Researchers have discovered that out of five options, including discarding and recycling, renting clothes is the worst.