đŸŒ± Why Drew Barrymore joined Grove Collaborative as a Sustainability Advocate

 
"It's gotta lead with optimism. It's gotta lead with hope." In this engaging conversation with Fast Company, actress-entrepreneur-talk-show host Drew Barrymore shares her philosophy for sustainability solutions. She explains how she first committed to the cause (thanks to a friend you'll recognize as one of her iconic costars) and why she teamed up with Grove Collaborative—the eco-oriented home goods brand and e-commerce retailer that is one of Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies of 2022. Barrymore is now Grove's global brand and sustainability advocate, and her passion will lead you to be a convert in ditching plastic as well (if you aren't already).
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Why Drew Barrymore joined Grove Collaborative as a Sustainability Advocate

“I’m a solutions-oriented person,” Drew Barrymore tells us. The talk show host and businesswoman has partnered with Grove Collaborative to be their new Global Brand and Sustainability Advocate in an effort to reduce plastics in the consumer goods category.

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A law professor explains how blockchains and NFTs don’t protect virtual property

The terms of service for each metaverse platform are centralized and are under the complete control of a single company—a major problem for legal ownership.

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7 factors that stop your best ideas and how to overcome them

These are the key areas you need to focus on, whether you want to push your best ideas ahead in your company or are a leader who wants to set your teams up for success.

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Women still struggle to hold financial ground after childbirth, despite 30 years of progress

A study from Cornell University observes that years of progress haven’t lessened the blow to women’s earning power after childbirth.

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How I learned to stop worrying and embrace my imposter syndrome

Restaurant entrepreneur Kevin Boehm says professional insecurity has haunted him his entire career. And it hasn’t always been a bad thing.

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The ad world’s ultimatum to Netflix: Be bold

The streaming giant is finally adding a cheaper, ad-supported tier, and brands and ad agencies see an opportunity to experiment and do something new.

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This startup is milking cow cells in a lab for animal-free dairy

“We spend a lot of time trying to understand how the biology works in a cow, and then trying to do that,” says Sohail Gupta, one of the creators of UnReal Milk.

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When children get health insurance, their moms benefit, too

When their kids get health insurance through Medicaid or CHIP, moms become less stressed, are less likely to smoke and drink heavily, and are more likely to be in a stable marriage.

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the creator economy
Instagram wants you to stop posting so many TikToks to its TikTok clone

Instagram chief Adam Mosseri says people who ‘create something from scratch’ should ‘get more credit.’

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workplace evolution
Craft brewing’s hiring crisis, and the challenges of a ‘passion-driven’ career

Two researchers take a hard look at the industry, and what happened when the pandemic laid bare the challenges (and joys) of a less conventional job.

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Delta calls COVID-19 an 'Ordinary seasonal virus’
This week, Delta airlines announced that it will no longer require masks on their flights after U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle ruled against the federal mask mandate for public transit. Many other airlines are also following suit, but Delta bizarrely stated that COVID-19 is now de-categorized as an “ordinary seasonal virus,” which is definitely not the case. This is Fast Company’s Brand Hit or Miss of the Week.
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