In times of climate change, people around the world are becoming increasingly sensitive and open towards environmentally friendly solutions in their everyday consumption behavior. E-commerce can be a more sustainable alternative to traditional brick-and-mortar retail in many ways. Primarily because it saves a lot of CO2 on the transport side as compared to stationary retail.
The COVID-19 outbreak has brought along an unprecedented boom for online retail. Online orders surged in the first half of 2020 and remained high in many parts of the world throughout the year. Many e-commerce players such as Amazon and Otto experienced a record holiday season. Analysts expect the upward trend to continue. More and more online orders are being processed and
The designation further demonstrates the Company’s mission to ‘Deliver a Better World™’ with its circular, recyclable packaging solutions for companies worldwide. Ranpak Holdings Corp. (“Ranpak”) (NYSE: PACK), a global leader of environmentally sustainable, paper-based packaging solutions for e-commerce and industrial supply chains, today announced that all of its
Encouraging consumers in the online store's checkout to choose the most sustainable delivery option is effective. One third of Dutch consumers opt for sustainable delivery if that is at least a possibility at a web store. The best way to do this is to provide information about the CO₂ emissions of the delivery options. In addition to pre-ticking the most sustainable choice as
The first edition of the TOP 100 Cross-Border Sustainable Marketplaces has been released. This report is based on marketplaces active in Europe. Cross-Border Commerce Europe is an annual analysis of the performance of e-commerce companies in the field of sustainability and corporate social responsibility. The results show that eBay ranks first with an eRank of 68.9 out of