The British capital is bound to keep on producing fine new venues, each with its own signature dishes, atmosphere and unique style.
Love Island tends to appeal to younger people and this year the producers have deliberately made a point of eschewing fast fashion in favour of clothing contestants - albeit scantily - in second hand clothes.
We’ve heard of upcycled furniture, but the new buzzwords in the sustainability world are ‘upcycled food’ – and Canada proves to be leading the way with recycling produce instead of letting it go to waste.
In the fashion and textile industry, sustainability is now an issue that has well and truly come to the forefront.
According to market analysts Mintel, consumers now actively choose brands and services that are proactive in mitigating the effects of climate change.
For all the talk of oil and gas prices, however, the war in Ukraine has provided just as much reason to be concerned about food.
There have been many times when the World Economic Forum (WEF) has been criticised by environmentalists, with so many world leaders and famous individuals and captains of industry flying into Davos on private jets to chuck a few ideas about.
There is a fascinating growing trend in visible mending, where people sewing their clothes back together do not try to hide the fact they have been repaired
The new law is being targeted towards clothing and footwear brands selling their wares in NYC, making more than $100 million in global revenue.
Knowing what’s trending and proving popular among the foodie community is a must for businesses keen to increase the number of customers coming in through their doors.
Some will wonder how restaurants can manage to keep things sustainable. After all, if the ingredients are imported a long distance, that means a lot of food miles with all the carbon footprint implications that brings....find out here!
With mask mandates being dropped across the country, now is a good time to ensure your restaurant is making that great first impression.