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Asia column – Asia’s caring side

Paul French, (Nov 6, 2014)

Asian consumers care more than their western counterparts, according to two new surveys – although the findings need a good dose of context

Retailers urged to ‘future proof’ to become market leaders

Sam Phipps, (Oct 9, 2014)

A new toolkit aims to inspire retailers to pre-empt a future economic landscape that could be scary

NGOWatch – October 2014

Nadine Hawa, (Oct 9, 2014)

Private-sector Chinese firms more responsive to allegations, and money lost to corruption could be funding schools

Infographic: Environmental impact snapshot

Liam Dowd, (May 21, 2014)

Below you'll find select key numbers, research and stats taken from the May 2014 Ethical Corporation magazine

China column – Toxic environment threatens growth

Paul French, (Mar 6, 2014)

Generous incentive packages are not enough to attract the right people to smog-bound China, says Paul French

NGOWatch – February 2014

Nadine Hawa, (Feb 10, 2014)

Greenpeace challenges palm oil producers, the e-waste problem in China and the UN climate fund finds a home, at last

China column – What price cheap clothes?

Paul French, (Feb 5, 2014)

As western brands’ supply chains shift to Cambodia’s low-wage economy, customers will have to decide what human price they are willing to pay for their garments, says Paul French

China column – How China got the typhoon so wrong

Paul French, (Dec 18, 2013)

China’s response to the disaster in the Philippines was shockingly inadequate, revealing how much this new world power has yet to learn

Sustainability news roundup – December 2013 and January 2014

Stephen Gardner, (Dec 16, 2013)

Charity investments, emissions trading for smog clearance in China and women on boards

China column – Burmese daze?

Paul French, (Nov 13, 2013)

Everyone’s frantic for a piece of the newly reformed Burma, not least its neighbour China, says Paul French, China editor

China column: China-Africa – tensions need corporate relief

Paul French, (Sep 26, 2013)

China’s trade with Africa is big business. The Chinese government has so far led efforts to build good relations with host countries, and it is now time to put the ‘corporate’ into corporate responsibility, says Paul French

Analysis: resource use – China’s thirst for coal

Nadine Hawa, (Sep 24, 2013)

China’s dependence on coal brings not only major emissions-related risks but also a serious threat to the country’s water supplies, especially in its parched north

Analysis: Global Corruption Barometer – A worsening scourge?

Jerri-Lynn Scofield, (Sep 6, 2013)

Transparency International’s latest corruption survey suggests that throughout the world people believe their governments are losing the global battle against corruption

China column: The law of unintended consequences, China style

Paul French, (Sep 5, 2013)

As China takes steps to clean up its business culture, it is having to deal with knock-on effects, says Paul French

EthicsWatch News - August 2013

Stephen Gardner, (Aug 20, 2013)

The world continues to warm, green business boost in China and how to avoid food poisoning in New York

Activist NGOs Briefing Part 3: Emerging market campaigners – Ground level activism

Eric Marx, (Mar 7, 2013)

In the developing economies of Latin America, Africa, India and China, local NGOs operate differently from their big international cousins, and will engage with companies for mutual benefit

China column – Is China ready to go green?

Paul French, (Dec 17, 2009)

Environmental awareness is rising in China, but the problems remain hard to crack, says Paul French, China editor

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