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Behind the Scenes VIDEO | Nutopia Carpet Plank Collection from Mohawk Group

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Our Nutopia carpet plank collection is designed to achieve petal certification by meeting stringent requirements for the Living Product Challenge. Created to transition across the floor or create defined areas in the built environment, Nutopia’s four styles can be used together as a cohesive system, or separately depending on the desired configuration, end use, and budget. Layouts can be subtle or vivid and dramatic – just like the dynamics of city life.

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VIDEO | Mohawk’s Nutopia Looks at Urban Connectivity and Biophilia

by Jaime Derringer, Founder + Executive Editor of Design Milk
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Mohawk’s latest innovative flooring collection is Nutopia, a modular plank system inspired by the idea of “urban fabric,” in which we coexist with buildings, streets and other urban structures, but also how biophilic elements are interwoven.

Ecocentricity Blog: Certifiably Certified

By: John A. Lanier
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Ah, the power of certifications. None of us has the time to research every last aspect of all of the products in our lives, so certifications let us be reasonably conscious consumers despite our time crunch.

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Ah, the power of certifications. None of us has the time to research every last aspect of all of the products in our lives, so certifications let us be reasonably conscious consumers despite our time crunch.

Customers Help Albertsons Redesign Open Nature Brand

New look ‘relied heavily’ on consumer insights, retailer says
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By Russell Redman

“This new look reflects what customers have always loved about Open Nature: high quality and minimally processed products that support a clean lifestyle for the whole family,” Geoff White, president of own brands at Albertsons Cos., said in a statement. “We are thrilled to have the new design fully rolled out across all of our trusted Open Nature products.”

Save Water Locally, Grow Your Business Globally

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Water is on executives’ minds these days. More and more, business people realize that water scarcity is the new normal, and if they want to put their companies in a position to keep growing, they have to adapt. I can confirm that much after living out of suitcases for most of the month of June and, at conference after conference, meeting numerous business leaders who expressed their sense of urgency about the topic.

Working Toward Packaging That Doesn't Cost the Earth

In the first of a series of interviews with the sponsors of the Sustainability Awards 2018, Georg Müller-Hof, VP marketing, introduces Avery Dennison’s sustainability vision to Packaging Europe.
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What do you consider the key sustainability challenges for packaging and packaged goods?

Houdini Sportswear Pushes the Boundaries of Reporting

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The outdoor industry has continued to increase the stakes around accountability over the past few years, engaging consumers with storytelling initiatives and innovating supply chains to create climate-beneficial products.

Join Gildan in Working Towards Making Apparel Better

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We all share in the responsibility of protecting the planet.   Research reveals that 24% of the water and 54% of the energy consumed over the complete life-cycle of a t-shirt happens in the average family home.

As one of the world’s largest manufacturers of apparel, Gildan is integrating sustainable solutions in many facets of its business to reduce its footprint.  The Company uses bacteria, sunlight and gravity within its BioTop lagoons to treat wastewater and repurposes agricultural and factory waste as a carbon neutral fuel in its BioMass systems.

Walmart Sustainability Milestone Meeting

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Tim Bohlke, Marketing Innovation Manager at Avery Dennison:

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