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Beyond the Line

The video site for sustainable business intelligence


Mike Barry

Head of Sustainable Business

Marks & Spencer

Engaging 22,000 Suppliers

Suppliers need to be lined up and committed to supporting your sustainability efforts. The Plan A Supplier Exchange shares best practices and encourages innovation. But you've got to make demands as well.

Per Olofsson

Group CEO

ClimateWell

ClimateWell Keeping cool with heat

ClimateWell's solar-powered airconditioning system is a product without any moving parts. Based on a salt and liquid solution contained in a vacuum, it produces heating and cooling from heat, rather than from electricity.

Dr. Karl-Henrik Robèrt

Founder

The Natural Step

Sustainability or a republic of grass and insects

Sustainability was an irrelevant term until mankind began to make the system unsustainable... a world without resource potential to sustain civilization.

Jonas Törnblom

Director, Marketing & Communications

Envac

Networking out of necessity

Sustainable solutions can't be achieved by one company alone. To be successful, businesses have to cooperate... with governments and NGOs, as well as with other businesses.

Annika Matilda Wendelboe

Founder & Designer

Matilda Wendelboe

On trust

Matilda Wendelboe designs sustainable clothing based on the concept of cradle to cradle. She believes that mutual trust, across the entire value chain, is key to running a sustainable business.

Annika Matilda Wendelboe

Founder & Designer

Matilda Wendelboe

To eliminate waste

Matlida Wendelboe's cradle-to-cradle collection is made of fabrics which are either biodegradable - like wool and organic cotton - or recyclable, like nylon 6, which can be re-used thousands of times. This effectively eliminates waste from the life-cycle of the garment.

Mike Schragger

Director

Sustainable Fashion Academy

The Business Case for the Textile Industry

It’s the right time for the textile industry to look at sustainability.

Mike Schragger

Director

Sustainable Fashion Academy

Sustainable Fashion 2.0

The key issues of sustainability for the fashion industry.

Alan AtKisson

Founder & CEO

AtKisson Group

Two Worlds - Two Business Cases

The business case for sustainability is different depending upon which part of the world you're in: the developed world or the underdeveloped world.

Alan AtKisson

Founder & CEO

AtKisson Group

Happiness: a new measure of corporate performance?

Many governments - like China, Japan, and the UK - are looking at Happiness as a measure of growth and prosperity, in addition to traditional economic criteria. This will have significant impacts on business models.

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