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Kathryn Lundstrom
Adweek's Kathryn Lundstrom was previously the publication's sustainability reporter. She will cover news that intersects with climate change and sustainability issues.
Cafe in Seoul South Korea reusable cups
Sponsored Details on the legally-binding policy, set for a June launch this year, are scant. Insiders familiar with its workings are worried that a less-than-ideal cup recovery rate will hamper a larger movement towards a circular economy.
Young Southeast Asians
Consumers in Southeast Asia's largest economies are increasingly likely to switch to green products over fears that climate change will impact the lives of young people, according to a study by United Overseas Bank.
Sustainability innovations of 2021
From lab-grown wood to panties made from waste milk, Eco-Business highlights the top sustainability innovations of another problematic, pandemic-stricken year when humanity needed solutions.
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#consumer products Opinion

Lululemon shopfront
Bumper profits and hefty price-tags do not equate to athleisure brand, Lululemon's, social mission and core sustainability considerations. Lululemon should find the time to realign itself with its supposed socially-oriented values.
Eco chic vs copycats
Fast-fashion brands are copying designs of sustainable clothing labels but they have not managed to imitate the concept.
eCommerce in Asia
Lazada’s corporate sustainability expert explains why having a climate change strategy is crucial to businesses as well as the planet and our communities.
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Nature and climate are facing crises, and business has a key role to play. The Science Based Targets Network enables companies and cities to play a vital role in creating an equitable, nature positive, net-zero future using science-based targets.
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#consumer products Videos

Plastic bag floats near bait ball. Image: WWF
A campaign by the WWF Singapore has revealed that the average person consumes approximately 5g of plastic every week. The NGO is calling on governments and businesses around the world to forge a global treaty to tackle plastic pollution.
A freezer running on electricity generated by an off-grid solar system
Sponsored In line with the Sustainable Development Goals' aim to eradicate poverty, a Japanese multinational electronics firm is providing power supply stations, solar storage and products to countries with little or no access to electricity.
Solar Cow 2
Yolk Station, a South Korean solar energy company, has installed a renewable energy solution in a remote Kenyan town that can also tackle the problem of child labour.
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Make some extra cash and reduce waste by putting your belongings to work. This online market place plugs Australians into the sharing economy.
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#consumer products Podcasts

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What are the dangers of gender bias in technology design and what are the market opportunities for womentech—technologies that centre the needs of women?
Mondelez podcast
Sponsored Recycling efforts in the Philippines are shrinking amid the pandemic, even as the plastic waste challenge mounts. Is the country on the verge of a more devastating plastic waste crisis?
peat swamp kampar gp
Sponsored The once abundant peat forests of Indonesia's Kampar peninsula have been deforested to half its size over the last two decades. Is there hope in saving the country's largest remaining forest reserve? 
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