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    Financial services brands must foster trust and improve transparency if they are to encourage consumers to make more sustainable financial decisions. Charlie Landsborough, Financial Services Analyst ..."
    Attract Indians to sustainable consumption with natural, organic and local elements. Focus on fostering knowledge, affordability and convenience. Saptarshi Banerjee, Senior Research Analyst – Lifestyle, India ..."
    Sustainability messaging needs to be simple, obvious and easily attainable to break through to today's busy consumers. Scott Stewart, Associate Director, Lifestyles & Retail ..."
    Consumers want to shop more sustainably and expect brands to take the lead in procuring environmentally-friendly shopping options. Katie Hansen, Senior Analyst, Retail & eCommerce ..."
    Consumers expect beauty/grooming companies to be sustainable, but with so much distrust in claims, building trust with transparency is important. Georgia Stafford, Beauty & Personal Care Analyst ..."
    “The rising cost of living is making it more difficult for consumers to prioritise sustainability, as consumers are more likely to cut back on non-essential spending, such as sustainable food choices, in order to save money. This means that foodservice operators will need to offer incentives to consumers to eat..."
    “The incidence of sustainability claims on food and drink packaging is on the rise, and consumers say they want to make the best choices for the environment. Still, sustainable brands must also convince shoppers that their products will also meet consumers’ needs on the core factors that have always driven..."
     “Stress and concern over non-stop social, political and personal issues has consumers deprioritizing sustainable living. Instead they are placing the onus of addressing the climate crisis on brands, governments and other consumers. As unsustainable behaviors remain more common than sustainable ones, brands should encourage small, incremental steps toward sustainability to..."
    “In the broader context of consumers’ life priorities, sustainability often takes a back seat to other areas such as health and finances. When it comes to technology, people are conflicted over acting sustainably and saving money on new devices, and want the government and brands to lead the way on..."
    “The cost of living crisis has played its part in helping consumers adopt more sustainable shopping behaviours, leading people to buy fewer items and shop less frequently, as well as boosting demand for resale and repairs. However, more radical changes will be required to reduce fashion’s environmental footprint, with some..."
    Consumers face an income squeeze; however, sustainable initiatives from plant-based, eco/carbon labelling, circularity and synthetics ignite consumer engagement. Valentin Thies, Associate Director, Food & Drink ..."
    “Consumers increasingly expect to see sustainable tourism practices, along with complete transparency from travel brands on their sustainability credentials. With two-thirds of consumers perceiving travel companies to be guilty of greenwashing, it is essential for travel brands to step up and take accountability for their environmental impact. In order for..."