Puma: CSR & Sustainability News

The PUMA Group owns the brands PUMA, Cobra Golf and Tretorn. The company, which was founded in 1948, distributes its products in more than 120 countries, employs more than 11,000 people worldwide and has headquarters in Herzogenaurach/Germany, Boston, London and Hong Kong.

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Recycling Technology Keeps Sustainable Fashion in the Loop

Swedish retail giant H&M is teaming up with Puma to trial an innovative new textile-to textile recycling technology. Although the technology is still…
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Could Sportswear Be the Tipping Point for Sustainable Apparel?

With leading brands such as Nike incorporating sustainable fabrics and manufacturing practices into their products, the average consumer is probably unaware of the…
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3p Weekend: 7 Companies Investing in Sustainable Packaging

From mushrooms and potatoes to the quest for a recyclable toothpaste tube, this week we're tipping our hats to seven companies that are…
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Report Shows the Benefits of Cradle to Cradle Certification, But Is It Enough?

The Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute recently commissioned Trucost, a leading global environmental data and insight company, to determine the value of…
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C2C Reveals the Benefits of ‘Remaking the Way We Make Things’

A technical report from the Cradle to Cradle Product Innovation Institute reveals the social, environmental and economic benefits realized by 10 companies participating…
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How to Get Consumers to Walk the Sustainability Talk When it Comes to Fashion

If you look at studies exploring consumer attitudes, you find that consumers indeed seem to be more conscious about sustainability and are more…
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Novo Nordisk Adds Environmental P&L to Their Sustainable Toolset

It's an old management truism that says you can't manage what you can't measure. Certainly if companies hope to manage their impact on…
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Top Ten Sustainability Reports of 2013

It wouldn't be the beginning of the year without a flurry of year-end posts, among them my pick for the Top Ten Sustainability…
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America’s Cup Sustainability Efforts Shine

America's Cup launched with bold sustainability education goals. Did they accomplish what they set out to do?
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Accounting for Natural Capital: How do You Actually Go About it?

Companies best positioned to compete in the future will be those that are able to decouple growth from unsustainable dependency on vulnerable natural…
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5 Lessons from Kering, the Sustainability Dark Horse

If I asked you to name some of the companies leading the way in sustainability you’d probably think of companies like Unilever, Nike,…
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With Biomimicry: A Regenerative Economy Free From Environmental Debt

Building long-term costs into the price of goods, with less regard for short-term quarterly earnings would burn wide swaths in "business as usual."…
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Verizon is Dialing in to Shared Success

Last week, Verizon issued their 2012 Annual Report. For the second year in a row, the company used an integrated reporting format which…
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CSR in India: Are Companies Doing Enough?

Can corporate social responsibility (CSR) in India have a central role in the transformation of this dynamic yet challenged land? At a macro…
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Prince Charles: CSR Must “Future Proof” Business

Prince Charles’ think-tank, A4S or “The Prince's Accounting For Sustainability Project”, recently published an insightful new report called “Future Proofed Decision Making” critiquing…