Here’s how a Sydney-based startup is quickly becoming a game-changer for online retailers by helping them eliminate plastic from the shipping process.
Brisbane-based start-up KERB is tackling the global challenge of urban congestion, one car-parking space at a time.
Dynamic Business spoke with Minor Figures co-founder Jonathan Chiu about the company’s journey from creating cold brew coffee in London to its current ventures in pioneering oat milk products around the globe.
When it comes to reducing environmental harm in the logistics industry, there is more to consider than purely direct emissions.
COVID-19 highlighted the food insecurity of millions worldwide. The pandemic exposed the vulnerability of the current food system, and more specifically the existing weaknesses in every stage of the supply chain. Rabobank’s Foodbytes! platform has shared its predictions in a report titled “From Farmgate to Plate: Top Food & Ag Innovation Trends for 2021”. Sustainable… Continue reading Report reveals blockchain solutions and plant-based proteins as 2021’s major agricultural innovation trends
Let’s take a closer look at the Australasian Recycling Label and the phase out of single-use plastic packaging…
The annual consumption of plastics in Australia has increased by 240,000 tonnes over the last four years. The amount of plastic recycled has fallen by 1.4% over the same period.
New research by Australia Post and the Banksia Foundation looks at key issues that SMEs are facing when it comes to small business sustainability in a post-COVID world.
Australian sustainable packaging startup Planet Protector Packaging has been one victim of the Chinese-Australian trade tensions, after their deal to provide the packaging of rock lobster exports was put on hold. Planet Protector Packaging (PPP) was established in 2016 in response to the global plastic waste crisis. Their product aims to eliminate polystyrene from supply… Continue reading Sustainable packaging startup hit by Chinese-Australian trade tensions
IKEA Australia yesterday announced the launch of Australia-first clean energy storage initiative to power its Adelaide store, and provide a surplus of green energy to the South Australian power grid. The multinational furniture chain has partnered with Queensland’s Planet Ark Power to help meet their ambitious zero net emissions target by 2030. The project will also be run… Continue reading IKEA Australia’s plan to transform stores into clean energy power stations