Corporate sustainability is the name given to the set of actions taken by the companies to act consciously, always combining respect for the environment and society in which it operates. Therefore, sustainable companies have been on the current agenda.
In recent years, many companies have made enormous progress in terms of sustainability as this issue has become a concern for the end consumer. According to Tetra Pak’s latest environmental survey, two-thirds of consumers consciously choose to avoid specific brands or items due to environmental concerns.
The great impacts of human activity, mainly industrial, on nature have already caused deep damage and some irreversible ones. Therefore, it is important to highlight those companies that are socio-environmental and seek to be sustainable, that is, to balance their development to have a minimal negative impact on their global and local environment.
Throughout history, several events have demonstrated how irresponsible production can generate irreversible damage to nature and society in general. Working in a way that does not harm the environment and reconciling production with polluting is the new challenge for sustainable companies in the 21st century.
My Little Panda is another such company which is working hard to help the fight against plastic waste. The company produces 100% biodegradable utensils, cutlery and other items made from natural materials. They proudly claim that people can use their products comfortably without damaging the Earth. According to the company, the raw material used in their products is from biodegradable, compostable and fast-growing sources. My Little Panda is also helping the local community by educating them about an ecologically conscious lifestyle. The company was started by Paris Michailidis and his partner David Mejias Fuentes with an aim to make a difference, a difference that would be positive for the environment and their mission is to make handmade and natural products acceptable and more mainstream once again.