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Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla announced at the company’s annual shareholder meeting that they would begin manufacturing their own battery packs in order to drive the cost down sufficiently to be able to sell a Tesla car for no more than $25,000.
Airbus has announced plans for the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft models that run on hydrogen and could take to the skies by 2035.
The US industrial giant General Electric is getting out of the coal business and said it would shut or sell sites as it prioritised its renewable energy and power generation businesses.
Waitrose has announced it is permanently ditching plastic wrapping on all its multi-buy grocery tins after a successful trial to remove the shrink wrap.
Facebook and Google are becoming carbon neutral businesses, joining competitors Apple and Microsoft in committing to put no excess carbon into the atmosphere, both companies have independently announced.
Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, and many other fashion brands have banned exotic animal skins in their designs
Designer brands Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein have finally pledged to ditch exotic animal skins from their future fashion lines.
McDonald’s UK will begin testing a new system of reusable, returnable cups to cut back on the demand for hot beverage to-go containers that sees 600 billion of them produced per year around the world.
Nike’s first dedicated maternity collection supports women during all stages of pregnancy and beyond. The new collection will be available from nike.com from the 17th September.