fossil watches – Freebirds Publishing http://freebirdspublishing.com/ Fri, 20 May 2022 01:10:55 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 http://freebirdspublishing.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-32x32.png fossil watches – Freebirds Publishing http://freebirdspublishing.com/ 32 32 British Columbia eyes California subpoena plastic industry over waste and alleged deception – Summerland Review http://freebirdspublishing.com/british-columbia-eyes-california-subpoena-plastic-industry-over-waste-and-alleged-deception-summerland-review/ Thu, 19 May 2022 17:15:00 +0000 http://freebirdspublishing.com/british-columbia-eyes-california-subpoena-plastic-industry-over-waste-and-alleged-deception-summerland-review/

As waves crashed along the shoreline behind him, California’s attorney general announced in April that he had subpoenaed ExxonMobil, alleging the company helped cause a global plastic pollution crisis while intentionally misleading the public. public for decades.

The oil company has engaged in “historic and ongoing efforts to mislead the public,” Attorney General Rob Bonta said.

While ExxonMobil has denied the allegations, California said the company has pushed petroleum-based plastic products while seeking to downplay public understanding of how widespread use could harm the environment and people. public health.

“The truth is that the vast majority of plastic products – by design – can never be recycled,” Bonta said.

B.C.’s Ministry of Environment did not respond to Black Press Media’s question about whether the province will follow California’s lead, but a spokesperson said it will continue to monitor state actions. The ministry’s response also included a list of provincial actions taken to address plastic pollution, with several touting British Columbia’s recycling systems.

But that’s exactly where the problem lies, according to a University of Victoria legal expert who says plastic producers have pushed the concept of recycling so they can create and sell more products.

“It’s been an excuse for the plastics industry to produce more and more plastic, more and more plastic waste,” said Calvin Sandborn, legal director of the Environmental Law Center.

He’s no stranger to the industry using deceptive tactics, as his UVic team helped arrest Keurig for false claims the company was making about its coffee pods being recyclable. Their co-complaint to Canada’s Competition Bureau resulted in Keurig paying a $3 million fine, amending its recyclable claims, and issuing a series of public corrections.

He also points to an NPR and PBS investigation that found oil and plastics companies knew in the 1970s that recycling wouldn’t work on a large scale, but that the concept would allay growing public concerns about plastic waste. This report also cites internal documents showing that these companies lobbied the majority of US states to require the recyclable triangle logo to appear on all plastic items – even if they could not be treated.

It’s that kind of misleading advertising that California is targeting, and Sandborn said Canadian officials need to seriously consider it.

“If the same thing has happened here, and I suspect it has, then the BC Attorney General should consider potentially prosecuting the cost to the government of running a suite of programs for recycling that may have been triggered by misleading claims from the plastics industry. »

It would not be unprecedented for British Columbia to take legal action over fees it had to pay as a result of a company’s proceeds, as Sandborn noted how the province has gone after the industry of tobacco. In 1998, British Columbia sued to recover tobacco-related health care costs stemming in part from the industry’s “misleading promotion of their product”.

Recycle BC’s most recent annual report indicates that among its collectibles, plastics are people’s number one concern. In 2020, 52% of the 63,000 tons of plastic produced were recovered, compared to 46% the previous year.

Recycling should be the last resort after reducing and reusing plastics, Sandborn said. But the industry has said the way forward is better recycling through the expansion of British Columbia’s Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) model nationwide.

“Plastics are key to achieving our sustainability goals,” Elena Mantagaris, vice president of the plastics division of the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada, told Black Press Media. She explained how plastics are needed to make cars more efficient or electric, as well as their uses in renewable energy infrastructure.

The costs falling on city governments with limited budgets have led to underfunding of recycling systems for decades, Mantagaris said. Recycling is necessary to achieve a circular economy, she said, adding that the economy loses about $8 billion a year by burying plastics.

Establishing extended producer responsibility programs across Canada would provide a consistent feedstock that would make scaling up recycling more economical, Mantagaris said. That and investing in new sorting facilities and advanced recycling technology — sites that process flexible, multi-layered plastics and new polymer blends — would create economic opportunities and keep items out of the environment, he said. she stated.

But modeled on how a federally commissioned meeting with top plastics executives unfolded, Sandborn’s experiences would call into question the industry’s sincerity in promoting recycling.

“Every time we’ve raised the issue of plastic waste, the response from industry has been ‘Oh, recycling will take care of that.’ a container, it was pushed back.

“Everything gets put back into recycling and then when you’re actually talking about doing something serious to make recycling work, then (the industry) says the public wouldn’t allow it,” he said. “My response was that the public would want us to take care of plastic waste and would probably accept the rules that would make that possible.”

Mantagaris said blaming industry for plastic waste and recycling shortcomings is patently unfair because it has never had control of the recycling system.

But the head of Greenpeace Canada’s oceans and plastics campaign said oil and plastics companies have never been held accountable for the impacts of their products – while using recycling to minimize health and environmental concerns.

That’s why Sarah King was encouraged to see the California subpoena. She said governments, oil companies and plastic manufacturers all play a role in phasing out reliance on non-essential plastics and fossil fuel-based products. King also wants the province to impose a strict ban on “problematic, unnecessary and polluting plastics.”

“We often think of the plastic pollution crisis as a problem there because the impacts aren’t as visible, but it’s dire in our oceans,” King said. “This is happening all along our coasts and across Canada, and at this point the number of species affected is quite alarming.”

British Columbia is engaging the public in its plan to boost reuse and recycling, as well as potentially ban specific products. King said the plan must focus on reducing plastic production and prioritizing reuse instead of advancing recycling.

The Department for the Environment had no further comment when asked about Sandborn, saying the industry was using recycling to trick consumers into thinking it would offset the increased use of plastic.


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SkySpecs monitors wind turbines from above and lands $80 million led by Goldman Sachs – TechCrunch http://freebirdspublishing.com/skyspecs-monitors-wind-turbines-from-above-and-lands-80-million-led-by-goldman-sachs-techcrunch/ Fri, 13 May 2022 01:12:50 +0000 http://freebirdspublishing.com/skyspecs-monitors-wind-turbines-from-above-and-lands-80-million-led-by-goldman-sachs-techcrunch/

As wind power gains traction in the United States, SkySpecs is using drones and AI to spot future equipment failures before they shut down those giant turbine blades.

The company, which works with wind farms to monitor the health of turbine blades from above, has locked in a new $80 million Series D round led by Goldman Sachs to expand its ‘geographic footprint’ and software tools .

SkySpecs builds its hardware and software in-house and already claims to monitor the health of nearly half of all turbine blades in North America (for reference, there are 71,666 turbines in the US alone). Since its launch in 2012, the company says its drones have inspected more than 300,000 blades in dozens of countries. SkySpecs’ broader goal is “to help displace fossil fuel production” by making renewable energy more efficient, according to a company statement.

SkySpecs is one of many drone companies to focus on critical infrastructure monitoring. Others include Nearthlab, which also specializes in wind farm monitoring, as well as generalist companies like skyqraft, perception and FPV robotics.

Besides Goldman, new round investors include energy company NextEra, Düsseldorf-based VC Statkraft Ventures and Postmates backer Huron River Ventures. Although Goldman aims to funnel up to $150 billion into climate technology, the financial giant also continues to back fossil fuel expansion.

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More Wear OS watches come from Fossil, Montblanc and Samsung http://freebirdspublishing.com/more-wear-os-watches-come-from-fossil-montblanc-and-samsung/ Wed, 11 May 2022 18:48:51 +0000 http://freebirdspublishing.com/more-wear-os-watches-come-from-fossil-montblanc-and-samsung/

After releasing a new version of Wear OS in conjunction with Samsung’s latest I/O, Google is back with more updates. At this year’s I/O Developer Conference, the company teased features coming to Android 13 and a new Google Wallet, as well as Emergency SOS coming to Wear OS. Google also shared that there are now three times as many Wear OS devices this year as there were last year, and new devices from Samsung, Montblanc, Mobvoi and Fossil are coming.

Google didn’t provide many details about these devices, although it later said other third-party apps were also coming to Wear OS, including SoundCloud and Deezer. Samsung posted a blog post sharing that Galaxy Watch 4 owners will soon be able to download the Google Assistant for “faster and more natural voice interactions, enabling quick responses and on-the-go assistance.”

The Galaxy Watch 4 will also get Spotify voice control through the Assistant, allowing them to change songs using their voice. Samsung has promised that more Google apps and services will be optimized for Galaxy Watches later this year.

Google also unveiled the Pixel Watch, which, unsurprisingly, will run the new Wear OS. It will also feature deep integration with Fitbit for better activity tracking, though further details on the device are scarce as the company prepares to launch it in the fall.

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2022 Mechanical Wristwatches Market Size Analysis by 2029 http://freebirdspublishing.com/2022-mechanical-wristwatches-market-size-analysis-by-2029/ Mon, 09 May 2022 11:12:55 +0000 http://freebirdspublishing.com/2022-mechanical-wristwatches-market-size-analysis-by-2029/

This study is one of the most detailed and accurate, focusing solely on the global mechanical wristwatch market. It throws light on significant factors affecting the growth of the global Mechanical Wristwatches market on multiple fronts. Market players can use this report to gain a correct understanding of the competitive environment and the strategies adopted by leading players in the global Mechanical Wristwatches market. The author of the report categorizes the global mechanical wristwatches market by product, application, and type of region. The segments studied in the report are analyzed based on market share, consumption, production, market attractiveness, and other important factors.

The geographical analysis of the global mechanical wristwatches market provided in the research study is an intelligent tool that interested parties can utilize to identify profitable local markets. It allows readers to learn about the characteristics of the different local markets and their evolution in terms of growth. The report also provides in-depth analysis of Mechanical Wristwatches market dynamics, including drivers, challenges, restraints, trends and opportunities, and market influencers. It provides statistical analysis of 12,345 global markets, including average annual revenue, volume, market share, and other important figures. As a whole, it appears as a comprehensive set of various market information research focusing on the global Mechanical Wristwatches market.

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Major Players Covered by Mechanical Wristwatches Markets:

  • Sample group
  • rolex
  • Richemont
  • LVMH
  • Fossil
  • Citizen
  • Seiko
  • Patek-Philippe
  • Casio
  • Chopard
  • Audemars Piguet
  • Movado Group
  • Kering
  • Breitling

Global Mechanical Wristwatches Market Segmentation:

Mechanical Wristwatches Market Split By Type:

Mechanical Wristwatches Market Split By Application:

  • Daily use
  • Collection
  • Others

The analysis of the study has been carried out around the world and presents the current and traditional growth analysis, competition analysis and growth prospects of the central regions. With industry-standard analytical accuracy and high data integrity, the report offers an excellent attempt to highlight major opportunities available in the Global Mechanical Wristwatches Market to assist players in establishing strong positions in the market. market. Buyers of the report can access verified and reliable market forecasts including those regarding the overall size of the global Mechanical Wristwatches market in terms of sales and volume.

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    • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
    • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
    • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
    • Asia Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

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Graduation watches: how, where and what to buy in 2022 http://freebirdspublishing.com/graduation-watches-how-where-and-what-to-buy-in-2022/ Fri, 06 May 2022 12:00:00 +0000 http://freebirdspublishing.com/graduation-watches-how-where-and-what-to-buy-in-2022/ ANDREW SHEAR’S SON is in kindergarten, but the 36-year-old father has already bought his child’s graduation gift: a Rolex Daytona from 2017, the year his son was born. Remember, Mr. Shear is a vintage watch dealer through his company Sheartime, so he’s professionally bound to believe that mechanical watches will still be coveted in 2040. Tradition is on his side: Watches are gifts. highlights that have been appreciated for at least a century. A 1928 Elgin watch advertises glasses in shillings between $15 and $1,500 states: “This solves the graduation gift problem.

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With a fondness for vintage, today’s graduates, who grew up with the internet at their fingertips (and on their wrists), are obsessed with the mechanical workings and supreme style of old-fashioned watches. “Young customers come in after spending the night studying on YouTube,” said Ruediger Albers, US president of watch retailer Wempe. According to Ira Melnitsky, US President and CEO of Tourneau | Bucherer, which has seen a surge in sales of graduate watches over the past three years, young people “appreciate a mechanical item that is not disposable.”

Nolan Daniel White, 20, a savvy TikTok star, has 142,000 followers who cling to his every recommendation. Gen Zers want analog gear for “the same reason people still drive a 1967 Mustang despite the fact that you can buy a Tesla Model 3 that will charge for $3 entirely,” he said. They have “character” and “soul”. Even so, graduates won’t like just any old watch. Here, an introduction to buying worthy watches for the class of 2022.

Timely advice from experts

The idea of ​​buying your graduate a watch that dates to their year of birth, as Mr. Shear did, is an approach recommended by many dealers, executives and collectors. Not only is such a watch sweetly sentimental, but it can pay off even if you don’t plan ahead. Prices for new watches have been steadily rising over the past decade, and a used watch from 2000 or 2001, when many college graduates of that year were born, will likely cost less than a new watch. .

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Whether it’s new or vintage, Steve Kivel, president of Grand Central Watch, a New York store that sells new and used watches, recommends capping your spending at $500 for high school graduates. However, he advocates being less conservative when it comes to shopping for college graduates who hopefully have learned a thing or two about responsibility. He prefers micro-brands like Davosa or Baltic to big names like Tissot, explaining that these companies offer a high-quality, often Swiss-made, timepiece at a lower cost. “A Davosa has the same weight and looks as a Rolex for a fraction of the price,” he said.

If you’re going vintage, “make sure you’re buying from a seller who is knowledgeable and stands behind their product,” Shear said. He has a soft spot for old and new Rolexes because, he said, they tend to hold their value better than watches from many other brands.

If novelty is a must, consider a Tudor, said Italian watch collector Auro Montanari. It’s a brand with a long history, now owned by Rolex and selling watches of comparable design. If money isn’t an issue, Montanari suggests buying an Omega Speedmaster, the watch worn by Apollo 11 astronauts on the 1969 moon landing. But with a starting price of around $6 $000, it may be better suited to the offspring who, say, graduated summa cum laude or received an early job offer from NASA to become a proper astronaut.

Mr. Albers added that anyone looking for a more delicate watch should get Cartier’s classic Tank. “In stainless steel, it’s entry-level price and looks fantastic,” he said. “It never goes out of style.”

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When Steve Kivel, president of Grand Central Watch, entered college in the 1980s, he saved up to buy a Movado watch. Three days into his freshman year, sophomores swept him out of his office. “I couldn’t tell my dad, but the lesson was learned,” he said. His advice to parents when selling a graduation watch? Give the gift in tandem with a disclaimer of responsibility.

But talking is cheap, watches are expensive, and kids rarely listen, so if you’re considering buying a serious watch (especially one over $3,000), Mr. Albers de Wempe suggests include in your home insurance. For watch-specific coverage, consider plans from Jewelers Mutual, Zillion, or Chubb.

Six watches to suit all kinds of senior graduates, regardless of major

1. For history buffs

If she enjoys researching obscure artifacts, she’ll love reading up on this renowned brand. Vintage Universal Geneva watch, $850, Chrono24.com

2. For engineering aces

He will appreciate the reliability of the Swiss movement with automatic winding of this ticker. Aquascaphe GMT watch, $1,055, Baltic-Watches.com

3. For classics specialists

This elegant option tracks the hours while being timeless, if not as timeless as “The Iliad”. The tank must monitor, $2,610, cartier.com

4. For oceanography majors

Your submersible scientist will be delighted that this stainless steel specimen is waterproof to 200 meters. Tudor Black Bay watch, $3,900, Tourneau.com

5. For students of minimalist art

You don’t have to be Agnes Martin to appreciate the clean aesthetic of this unassuming style. Club Campus 38 watch, $1,650, Nomos-Glashuette.com

6. For economic wonders

The cost-benefit analysis of this practical and inexpensive wristwatch will not take time at all. Vintage diving watch, $379, Davosa-USA.com

What grads want: Four future graduates divulge their watch wishes

A 1948 print advertisement for the Hamilton watch brand proclaims that a watch is the ultimate gift for any graduate.


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“I would love a Rolex. I want to be a nurse and I want a timeless, durable watch that I could wear to the hospital, to the beach, or to a nice dinner. — Sofie Burstein, 18, Oak Park, CA High School Class of 2022

“I’m a huge Fossil fan. I want one with a two-tone strap and the wriggly nautical thing. »—Noah Kahn, 22, class of 2022 from the University of Kansas

“I love dress watches from the 1940s and 1950s. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso is my favorite, it’s the perfect size. —Simon Goldman, 21, Pratt Institute Class of 2023

“I once pulled the trigger on a vintage 1977 Cartier Tortue.”—Nolan Daniel White, 20, class of 2022 from Queen’s University (Kingston, Ontario)

Notable recipients remember

“I received a Rolex GMT-Master II when I graduated. It’s steel with a black dial. My mother wanted it to go with everything. I still wear it every day.”— Dominic Chu, Senior Markets Correspondent, CNBC

“My brother bought me a gold and stainless steel Rolex Datejust for my college graduation. I kept it for about 10 years and then sold it to buy an Oyster Perpetual.”—Matthew Harris, jewelry designer, Mateo

“I got a Michele watch with a mother-of-pearl dial and crocodile strap after college. I had coveted it for years, so it was a huge deal when I got one. made me feel very adult.Hannah Fidell, director

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15 Best Watches Under $1,000 2022 http://freebirdspublishing.com/15-best-watches-under-1000-2022/ Wed, 04 May 2022 19:21:33 +0000 http://freebirdspublishing.com/15-best-watches-under-1000-2022/

Brand: Watch companies intend to produce styles that build recognition in the industry. Their goal is to build brand loyalty and retain customers. So the make and model of a given timepiece is often only as good as the name behind it. Watches are made to be showcased, to stand out. That’s how they catch you. Even brands that offer affordable pieces want you to wear them with pride. Provenance matters a lot, because you’re not just buying a simple accessory, but the history, lore, and reputation that a nickname instantly bestows.

Design: Wristwatches today come in all shapes and sizes. There are digital models with square cases, dress watches with sunray dials, tool watches designed for things like diving and flying, and rugged tactical watches prepared to fight Predators. All are worthy, but it’s important to pick the ones that match your personality and lifestyle.

Movement: The mechanism that powers a watch should not be taken lightly. In fact, the best companies focus heavily on improving the movement of their timepieces, innovating and continually improving the engine, the function that makes a watch a look. Today, there are two standard types: mechanical and quartz. The latter is battery powered and is the most common and affordable option. Above that is the mechanical watch, which is less precise but revered for its history, the expertise associated with it, and the sheer human innovation that keeps getting better every year. You can choose a hand-wound mechanical watch, which recharges by winding the crown every couple of days, or an automatic watch, which uses the movements of your body to power the movement. As long as you wear it, you don’t need to wind it up. If you take it off, most have a 40-80 hour power reserve. After that, you’ll need to get moving to get it going again.

Sustainability: You want your watch to be able to withstand whatever obstacles come your way. The best options will feature high water resistance (up to 100 meters is fine, but 200 or more is silver), and crystal as close to scratching as possible, sapphire crystal being the strongest. Also look for styles in durable leather, canvas and metals. Gold is beautiful, but stainless steel – the highest grade is designated “316L” – is much tougher. You can also opt for metals like titanium (lighter and stronger, but more scratch-prone) or ceramic (tough as nails and essentially scratch-proof, but expensive), if the standard options don’t make it for you.

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Hybrid Watches Market Outlook 2022-2030 | Key Players – Mondaine, Fossil, Garmin, Alpina – Ripon College Days http://freebirdspublishing.com/hybrid-watches-market-outlook-2022-2030-key-players-mondaine-fossil-garmin-alpina-ripon-college-days/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 14:15:57 +0000 http://freebirdspublishing.com/hybrid-watches-market-outlook-2022-2030-key-players-mondaine-fossil-garmin-alpina-ripon-college-days/

The Latest Market Research Report Analyzes the Hybrid Watches Market Demand by Different Segments Size, Share, Growth, Industry Trends and Forecast to 2030 in its Database, which portrays a systematic picture of the market and provides an in-depth explanation of the various factors that are expected to drive the growth of the market. The Universal Hybrid Watches Market Research Report is a high-quality report containing in-depth market research. It presents a definitive solution to obtain market insights with which the market can be visualized clearly and thus important decisions for the growth of the business can be taken. All data, facts, figures and information covered in this business document are supported by renowned analytical tools including SWOT analysis and Porter’s five forces analysis. A number of steps are utilized while preparing the Hybrid Watches report considering input from a dedicated team of researchers, analysts, and forecasters.

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One of the crucial parts of this report includes Hybrid Watches industry key vendor discussion of brand summary, profiles, market revenue and financial analysis. The report will help market players to develop future business strategies and learn about the global competition. A detailed market segmentation analysis is done on producers, regions, type and applications in the report.

Key Players Covered in Hybrid Watches Markets:

  • Socialite
  • Fossil
  • Garmin
  • Alpine
  • Unsuitable
  • Motorola
  • Withing
  • Samsung
  • LG Electronics

Global Hybrid Watches Market Segmentation:

Hybrid Watches Market Breakdown by Type:

  • Android Wear
  • Watch operating system
  • Tizen

Hybrid Watches Market Split By Application:

  • GPS positioning
  • health management
  • Movement
  • Other Apps

The analysis of the study has been carried out around the world and presents the current and traditional growth analysis, competition analysis and growth prospects of the central regions. With industry-standard analytical accuracy and high data integrity, the report offers an excellent attempt to highlight major opportunities available in the global Hybrid Watches market to help players establish strong positions in the market. Buyers of the report can access verified and reliable market forecasts including those regarding the overall global hybrid watches market size in terms of sales and volume.

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The Best Men’s Watches Under $100 http://freebirdspublishing.com/the-best-mens-watches-under-100/ Wed, 27 Apr 2022 19:41:45 +0000 http://freebirdspublishing.com/the-best-mens-watches-under-100/

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There are many things we can do when we leave home to look our best. Dressing new is never a bad idea, but not all of our style decisions need to be big ones. You can do the whole print apart from your shirt or pants. A big impression can be made when you wear the right watch with your outfit.

Watches are great little items that can have a big impact on your outfit. If you’re anything like us, you probably have a nice little collection of watches in your repertoire. But every watch doesn’t have to be something that costs a ton of money. Luckily, there are plenty of watch options out there that won’t break the bank.

During our time, we have come across many quality watches from many outlets/brands. They are ubiquitous. But you need to know where to look to find good watches under $100. We know where to look. And we’re here to introduce you to some of these great options to make your search easier.

For you looking to add chic looks to your collection without breaking the bank, we’ve got you covered. All you have to do is scroll down and check out the watches we’ve picked for you. Pick the one you want or go crazy and splurge so you can get a whole bunch for the price you could pay for one in normal times.


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‘Constantly depressing’: Ukrainian town watches war approach | app http://freebirdspublishing.com/constantly-depressing-ukrainian-town-watches-war-approach-app/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 09:34:48 +0000 http://freebirdspublishing.com/constantly-depressing-ukrainian-town-watches-war-approach-app/

TORETSK, Ukraine (AP) — War has once again come closer to Toretsk in eastern Ukraine. Even the sudden crackle of a plastic water bottle makes locals nervous.

“Everything that happens, the slightest noise, if our neighbors bang on the door, a metal door, you are shocked,” said Andriy Cheromushkin, a resident. “You feel so helpless.”

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From cardboard bears to plastic ocean watches: 4 unique ways companies are innovating on sustainability http://freebirdspublishing.com/from-cardboard-bears-to-plastic-ocean-watches-4-unique-ways-companies-are-innovating-on-sustainability/ Fri, 22 Apr 2022 13:23:00 +0000 http://freebirdspublishing.com/from-cardboard-bears-to-plastic-ocean-watches-4-unique-ways-companies-are-innovating-on-sustainability/

Almost every retailer has a plan to green their operations, from sourcing more sustainable products to embracing solar power, and on Earth Day, these efforts come to the fore. At a time when 84% of companies have incorporated corporate social responsibility into their business strategies, it can be difficult to develop programs that stand out as truly unique.

Of course, there’s nothing wrong with proving themselves, but unique approaches to developing internal sustainability and educating shoppers about its importance can serve as inspiration for industry retailers. Here is four companies — Sendle, Carter’s, Fossil and walmart — which are distinguished by a combination of creativity, comprehensiveness and vision.

Sendle: Visualizing the impact of last mile delivery through art — a big cardboard bear

Sendle is a solutions provider dedicated to year-round sustainability. The service helps small retailers reduce the carbon footprint of their deliveries to net zero by first calculating the highest amount of carbon that could be generated by a given parcel shipment, then taking steps to mitigate the impact. Sendle incorporates retailer deliveries into existing carrier orders to avoid the need for additional travel, then offsets the remaining impact through green partnerships like restoring rainforest habitats and supporting a bird sanctuary. in South Carolina through its partner, South Pole.

Approximately 165 billion parcels are sent across the United States each year, and Sendle wanted to draw attention to this fact for Earth Day. The company therefore teamed up with Canadian artist Laurence Vallières to organize a special installation at Lake Union Park in Seattle: a 10 foot grizzly bear made from recycled cardboard.

“The starting core of this campaign was that people have been on autopilot with online shopping since the pandemic began,” said Veena Harbaugh, director of sustainability at Sendle in an interview with Retail Touch Points. “These boxes are piling up in people’s homes, and we wanted to create a place where they can have a moment of realization that it doesn’t magically happen on your doorstep. We just wanted to make the connection between the habits shopping online, the cardboard used and the invisible carbon impact that people don’t see, really, really clearly.

The bear and the city were chosen for the way they symbolize the environmental impact of the last mile. The grizzly bear is endangered, with only 1,500 left in the United States outside of Alaska due to habitat loss and climate change, while Seattle is an e-commerce and logistics hub that plays a big role in how packages are sent across the country.

Sendle adheres to the same environmental standards that it helps retailers achieve, and the company aims to achieve net zero environmental impact across all of its operations by 2030. Efforts like this, along with educating consumers, will be key to building a greener future.

“What we have seen is that there is a growing demand for sustainability among consumers, but so far it has focused on sustainability and ingredients at the product level, with a bit more of research into where things are made,” Harbaugh said. “Consumers don’t really know that carbon-neutral delivery is an option.”

Once the exhibit is over, the sculpture will be broken down and the material recycled again by Republic Services Cardboard Recycling Center in Seattle.

Fossil: saving plastic from a watery grave and exploring new materials

While upcycling is an ongoing trend for sustainability-focused retailers, Fossilis takes the concept to the next level by giving plastic waste a whole new life. The characteristics of the #tide ocean line of materials of them solar-powered watches made from ocean-bound materials that use rechargeable batteries to keep more trash out of landfills.

“#tide ocean material recycles ocean-related plastic waste into a premium second-life raw material,” a Fossil spokesperson said in an interview with Retail Touch Points. “The material comes from ocean-bound plastics that are collected and processed, in part by renewable energy, into #tidal pellets. These are then repurposed into sustainable plastic reinforced with natural fibers and used to make components of these solar-powered FB-01 watches.

All-natural renewable materials also play a role in Fossil’s efforts. The Joshua Cactus Leather collection includes wallets and handbags made with material developed from organically grown cactus leaves, in partnership with Desserto. In addition, the items use a REPREVE lining in 100% recycled materials. Cactus plants only need rainwater for their growth, and even the process of creating leather is green.

“Once harvested, the leaves are dried in the sun for three to six days, eliminating the need for any additional energy sources for the drying process,” Fossil said. “Not only is it an energy-efficient treatment technique, but no herbicides, pesticides or irrigation systems are used in the production of the cactus. In addition, the trunk of each cactus is left intact to allow for repeated harvesting, as the leaves regenerate each six to eight month.”

The latest efforts build on Fossil’s Make Time For Good initiative, launched in 2019 with the aim of developing a more sustainable future. The product and design teams worked to develop the brand’s assortment of eco-friendly materials and partners.

Carter’s: Building a cleaner future for its most important customers – Children

The greatest beneficiaries of environmental causes are the children who will inherit the results of our actions. That’s why Carter’s adopted the Raise the Future environmental, social and corporate governance strategy to guide its development through multiple initiatives, including product labels, a new line of sustainable products and a product recycling program. .

“Carter’s goal is to inspire generations to prepare for the future and create a world where all families with young children – including future generations – can grow and prosper,” said Tony Robinson, vice-president. Senior President, Corporate Social Responsibility at Carter’s in an interview with Retail Touch Points. “Because of this perspective, our family of brands is committed to doing its part to create a better planet for this generation of children and generations to come.”

A key part of the ESG strategy is to help shoppers stay informed, which Carter’s is achieving with new labeling and labels that clearly identify sustainable products. Icons appear at multiple consumer touchpoints and note which items are OEKO-TEX Certified, GOTS Organic Certified, made from recycled materials (Sherpa and Poly) or part of the “Heirloom Collection” of the most sustainable silhouettes and timeless Carters.

The new Little Planet brand of sustainable products can be found in 90 stores and will expand to 200 in 2022. The line is also expanding its selection to include toddler sizes and additional categories such as bedding, swimwear and shoes made from recycled materials. Additionally, Little Planet uses hangers made from recyclable cardboard and is sold in 100% recyclable polythene bags

Upcycling is also supported by KIDCYCLE, which allows families to recycle old clothes in partnership with TerraCycle. In 2021, the KIDCYCLE program saved 8,300 pounds of materials from landfills. He will build on this success with pilots in 46 stores.

Carter’s commitment to future generations goes beyond sustainability: Carter’s Cares, a program that focuses on helping children in need with an emphasis on literacy in early childhood education childhood, committed to volunteering more than 200,000 hours and invest more than $50 million towards early childhood education by 2030. In 2021, the program reached two million lives with 17,000 volunteer hours and $10 million donated (cash and product) to organizations focused on improving the lives of children.

Walmart: Developing sustainability by connecting suppliers and sellers

Large retailers like Walmart often have ambitious sustainability goals, such as the retailer’s commitment to achieve 100% recyclable, reusable or industrially compostable packaging by 2025. Where the retail giant is innovating is by onboarding its smaller suppliers as part of the Circular Connector, an online tool designed to bridge the gap between companies to looking for more sustainable packaging ideas and those that offer them.

“We want to enable sourcing teams and brands to quickly find sustainable packaging solutions – enabling us all to act faster together to reduce waste for our communities, our oceans and our environment,” said said Ashley C. Hall, director of Strategic Programs at Walmart in a statement. “And as you know, Walmart aims to improve efficiency. With the Circular Connector, we expect the journey to become easier for brands and innovators to identify and implement more sustainable packaging solutions. . »

Walmart’s recycling manual provides examples of materials that are difficult to recycle and that could disqualify innovations from inclusion in the circular connector. Items such as PVC, metallized films, and biodegradable additives in petroleum-based plastics may have their uses in a greener future, but currently these materials are not compatible with Walmart’s vision for its own sustainability program. .

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