Clothing production has doubled in the last 15 years to meet the demands of fast fashion. What changes will the circular economy bring to our wardrobes?
The majority of US non-parents who say they're not likely to have children, simply don't want to. Medical and financial were the next most common reasons.
In the age of the inclusive consumer, harnessing the power of retail can increase demand for Black-owned brands. There are actions that retailers can take.
Research indicates the best secondhand clothing sales strategy for the environment and business depends on the brand and the item's quality and material.
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.
Adele has released her album, '30'. Its first single, Easy On Me gained millions of streams. A psychology professor explores the science of sad music.
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.
Companies must consider new ways of engaging with customers to communicate the wider shifts to the value chain that make products truly sustainable.
Asia is home to 55% of the global consumer class. Indonesia, Bangladesh, Pakistan and the Philippines will cause Asia's consumer class to grow even more.
The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the vulnerability of our food systems. Here's how microgreens can help to provide future global nutrition security.
Multiple studies have shown that cold water can boost your immune system, improve brain function, and fight off depression, helping you stay healthy.
At the Sustainable Development Impact Summit, two pioneers explore how the make the fashion industry more sustainable, from consumers to manufacturers.
Both corporations and consumers need to drive more responsible consumption. New research from JD.com and Kearney provides a simple framework for doing it.
Setting your own exercise goals and pursuing them immediately, could help result in long lasting changes, according to a new study looking a step counts.