The five-year program of testing is part of a long-standing relationship between Fonterra and Royal DSM. Mark van Nieuwland, DCM’s global program head for DSM Nutritional Products said, “With Fonterra, we have an important partner to potentially commercialize Bovaer in New Zealand and globally” while Fonterra’s chief technology officer, Jeremy Hill says Fonterra sees it as, “an opportunity to further accelerate our global leadership in low footprint dairy products, and create more value for our New Zealand milk.”
Millieu Property must have read our article about sustainable fashion
Millieu Property has proudly announced that it is now a certified B Corp™, following the need for developers to embrace sustainability that we predicted last year.
A BCorp is a member of a global community of for-profit businesses whose leaders have pledged to use their business as a force for good. Milieu has long claimed an ethos around sustainability, supported by its community and buyers who are similarly sustainability minded. The B Corp certification reinforces Milieu’s credentials.
Further examples of Milieu’s focus is its commitment to commit 0.1 per cent of the sale price of each apartment in its Brunswick East development to supporting Homes for Homes, and being awarded the 2020 Moreland City Council Design Excellence Scorecard last year.
Coffee cup comeback
There is no excuse like a global pandemic to dash your sustainability goals. One particularly galling example for Australia’s coffee obsessives was the almost universal ban on reusable coffee cups leading to a reappearance of towering piles of single-use cardboard cups. It seems that coffee is an essential service, but sustainable cuppage is not.