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Report review: Plastics and gender equality big wins for P&G

Claire Manuel, (Feb 2, 2018)

Claire Manuel runs an eye over Procter & Gamble’s weighty 2017 Citizenship Report

Carlsberg's zero-carbon mission to become the 'best beer for the world'

Terry Slavin, (Jan 2, 2018)

The Danish brewer’s sustainability chief Simon Hoffmeyer Boas tells Terry Slavin why collaboration is key to achieving its new strategy of achieving zero CO2 emissions, water waste and accidents by 2030

Weekly Watch: 14 July 2017

EC Newsdesk, (Jul 13, 2017)

SDGs benchmark, RE100 hits 100 members, The Body Shop sustainability progress, 100 biggest climate criminals, America's Pledge, Tesco and Mars join workers' fees fight, and Waitrose commits to Fairtrade

Weekly Watch: 16 June 2017

Rebecca Ley, (Jun 16, 2017)

Apple launches green bond, Carlsberg's science-based targets, retailers linked to viscose pollution, Hershey cuts packaging waste, RSPO grows, and WBCSD calls for action on food waste

Weekly Watch: 9 June 2017

Terry Slavin, (Jun 9, 2017)

Leading regions pledge climate action, Olam app maps small farms, Syngenta boosts Bangladesh farms, Lego cuts energy use, and Singapore opens green academy

#2020DontBeLate: 'We have three years to act on climate change'

Terry Slavin, (Apr 12, 2017)

Mission 2020 campaign by former UN climate chief Christiana Figueres urges decisive action to curb emissions by 2020 on six fronts

Heathrow carbon-neutral plan still blue-skies thinking

Terry Slavin, (Mar 27, 2017)

Planning permission for the controversial third runway depends on Heathrow not increasing its CO2 footprint post 2025, but the airport has not mapped out how it will achieve this, says Terry Slavin

Maersk boxes clever to cut emissions

Angeli Mehta, (Mar 24, 2017)

Denmark’s Maersk is partnering with customers, deploying big data and upgrading its fleet to make shipping more sustainable

Search for sustainable biofuels beset by turbulence

Angeli Mehta, (Mar 24, 2017)

Progress on cutting aviation emissions is hampered by supply concerns, but shipping is navigating even trickier waters

DPDHL goes electric in zero-carbon drive

Angeli Mehta, (Mar 24, 2017)

The German logistics giant is aiming for 70% of its deliveries to be emissions-free by 2025

Delivering the Paris Agreement

Angeli Mehta, (Mar 24, 2017)

Transport is the most intractable area for tackling climate change, with road freight emissions growing fastest. We look at how the logistics industry is innovating in new fuels and vehicles to accelerate progress

Weekly Watch: 16 March 2017

Rebecca Ley, (Mar 15, 2017)

Tesco steps up food waste battle, sugar-laden products reformulated, eco-friendly holidays, UK emissions, Jaguar Land Rover goes green, Costa brews up sustainability, and packaging checklist

Weekly Watch: 30 March 2017

Rebecca Ley, (Mar 15, 2017)

Hammerson curbs emissions, Britvic wood fibre bottles, SCA targets menstrual health, The Body Shop boosts community trade, and Trump warned over Clean Power Plan

WeeklyWatch: 4th November 2016

EC Newsdesk, (Nov 2, 2016)

Not-so-clean energy, shipping cuts sulphur, Ecotricity issues bond, forest-fighting app, artisanal mining, teaching circular economy, Uber drivers’ victory, ethical investment dilemma, The Body Shop expands conservation

WeeklyWatch: 28th October 2016

EC Newsdesk, (Oct 27, 2016)

Syrian refugees in supply chains, Heathrow expansion decision, climate A list, banks stockpile bitcoins, China tech firms back bike sharing, investor demand for ESG data, and better eyes on forests

The low-carbon economy can foster May’s ‘country that works for everyone’

Nick Molho, (Aug 27, 2016)

Many observers fear that the vote to leave the EU will result in the dilution of measures to protect the environment. This doesn’t have to be the case.

Sustainable Rubber briefing: Sustainable rubber search hits the road

Angeli Mehta, (Aug 23, 2016)

Amid rising concerns about the environmental and human threats posed by rubber, Bridgestone and Michelin lead the search for green alternatives

BrandWatch – August 2016

Nadine Hawa, (Aug 18, 2016)

Human rights in the Philippines, the power of ice cream, B Corp status for Bulb and Virgin's big carbon reduction

Post-brexit: Climate of uncertainty

Stephen Gardner, (Aug 18, 2016)

The United Kingdom may have voted to leave the European Union, but international climate change commitments are unchanged, meaning business must still face up to the challenge of decarbonisation

EthicsWatch UK: Pollution - Business joins Mayor’s battle to clean London’s filthy air

Ben Cooper, (Aug 18, 2016)

West End retailers launch 12-point plan to tackle capital’s air pollution hotspot

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