Chair Pads and Cushions Can Give Your Dining Room, Patio, Or Kitchen a New Look

At the begin of the college yr is a notable time to establish a few fundamental organizing styles for the family to stay prepared and on time with sports. It’s… Read more

Why There’s Still Debate Over Sunscreen’s Safety

Each year, as Memorial Day approaches, Holly Thaggard braces herself for the headlines. About how sunscreen may be damaging coral reefs. About the possible flammability of spray-on sunscreen. Headlines—as there… Read more

UN Warns of Failure to Hit Climate Goals_1

A landmark United Nations assessment of global progress on cutting emissions shows countries are largely failing to meet their commitments, putting the planet on course for catastrophic global warming. The… Read more

Why Protesters Targeted Botticelli’s ‘Birth of Venus’ by Covering It

In the latest high-profile environmental activism stunt, two protesters targeted Sandro Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus painting in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy to call for action to support… Read more

‘Volunteer sewing corps’ makes masks, gowns as US supplies dwindle

The pandemic that has killed 2,500 nationwide has left medics dangerously exposed to the virus, with doctors forced to reuse scarce masks through the day as hospital supplies of personal… Read more

Shoplifting costs UK stores £800m

According to a report from OnBuy.com, which analysed data derived from 43 police forces and constabularies across England and Wales, there were 47,580 shoplifting offences reported between April 2016 and… Read more

French luxury houses give unsold goods a second chance

Now luxury houses are managing their stocks more carefully, offering deals to staff, making donations and recycling goods.”It’s a subject that has become important today,” said Julie El Ghouzzi, a… Read more

Hundreds of Nike employees march to protest company’s treatment of women

According to multiple local and national reports, the protest took place at Nike’s Beaverton, Oregon headquarters, which involved employees parading signs that said “We believe Mary,” a reference to Mary… Read more

Gildan expands manufacturing capacity in Honduras with new site

The new textile plant in Choloma, where Gildan’s largest manufacturing complex is located, involved an investment of 2.3 million Honduran Lempira (around $98,400) and will create 1,200 jobs.“This is our… Read more

Global luxury brands again chase China’s young, rich and spendthrift

Increasing spend by cash-rich Chinese millennials, largely unhindered by a crackdown on corruption and extravagant spending, is prompting brands to revamp some stores and open new ones in second- and… Read more