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Deconstructing CSR: The intrapreneur

Oliver Balch, (Jul 25, 2017)

Oliver Balch tackles key topics in academic thinking and research on sustainability

WeeklyWatch: 25th November 2016

EC Newsdesk, (Nov 25, 2016)

AI, Autumn Statement, water risks, labour violations in Malaysia, SRI fund, Trump on climate, Black Friday, carbon labelling, RB targets wellbeing

Sponsored Feature: Innovation and disruption drive sustainability – and vice versa

EC Newsdesk, (Nov 18, 2016)

Janssen’s EMEA group chairman Jane Griffiths on the dynamic new business models that are helping society and the bottom line

Comment: Futureproofing - The regeneration game

Giles Hutchins, (Aug 18, 2016)

Our organisations must create the regenerative business conditions conducive for modern life: collaboration, adaptability and creativity

HP 2015 Sustainability Report Review: HP earns respect but not many plaudits

Elaine Cohen, (Aug 18, 2016)

In HP's last report as one company, employees are important but not material, surprising for a company with 50,000 workers and whose innovation depends on their creativity

Big data in CSR reporting: From box ticking to a real-time window on the shop floor

Nadine Hawa, (Jul 25, 2016)

The vast amounts of data now available means the traditional sustainability report is fast losing relevance

Management spotlight: Bill Eyres, Head of Sustainability, O2

Liam.dowd1@ethicalcorp.com, (Jun 2, 2016)

Ahead of the Responsible Business Summit (London, 7-8 June) where O2 will be announcing the next phase of their responsible business strategy, Ethical Corporation sat down with Bill Eyres, Head of Sustainability at the global communications company

State of Responsible Business: 'Good progress, lots of room for improvement'

Giles Constantine, (May 24, 2016)

Our second State of Responsible Business report shows that corporate social responsibility has been boosted by the Paris Agreement but sustainability is far from business as usual

Carbon Pricing Briefing Part 1: Costing the earth

Sam Phipps, (May 23, 2016)

Carbon pricing schemes are spreading around the world but will their architects learn from mistakes made in Europe’s flagship scheme?

Verizon 2015 corporate responsibility supplement report review: Punching below its weight

Kathy Tejano, (May 22, 2016)

Information and communications technology giant Verizon misses the mark by failing to convey a clear strategy and lacking ambitious goals

EthicsWatch: EU - Wales pioneers sustainable development law

Mike Scott, (May 22, 2016)

The Welsh government’ bold step will need to overcome apparent contractions with commitments such as widening the M4

Case Study: How Fairphone is blazing a trail to a smarter phone industry

Sam Phipps, (Apr 22, 2016)

This is an edited version of a case study that appeared in Ethical Corporation’s Circular Economy report last year

EthicsWatch: Asia - Oiling the wheels of deforestation

Ellen R Delisio, (Mar 22, 2016)

Big buyers of palm oil may have adopted forest-friendly purchasing policies, but they appear still to have little control over their suppliers’ practices

Sponsoring innovation: The plans behind Solar Impulse

Greg Cohen, (Mar 15, 2016)

The Solar Impulse project is an ambitious initiative which demonstrates not only how Solvay can contribute to future business solutions, but how other companies can do the same

Food briefing Part 2: Innovation - The future of food

April Streeter, (Feb 11, 2016)

The problems with food production range from food security, food waste and pollution. How much will new technologies help us reach sustainability?

Business school bulletin - January 2016

Oliver Balch, (Jan 14, 2016)

Understanding innovation and green marketing

Comment: Corporate strategy – The time for innovation is now

Amanda Feldman, (Apr 9, 2015)

There is no shortage of the words “ethics”, “social” or “impact” in the narrative of multinational business – but are we seeing these principles in practice, and how far have they gotten us?

Aluminium vehicles – Nimble giants

Jon Entine, (Feb 10, 2014)

Might aluminium vehicles for the masses be a game-changer for emissions reduction? Ford is about to roll-out a revolutionary version of its best-selling pickup truck

Household products – Cleaning up at home

Oliver Balch, (Feb 5, 2014)

Over the past half century or more, domestic appliances have made washing clothes and dishes at home easier. But what is the industry doing to cut their environmental impact?

Letter from the mid-Atlantic – How granny apps can change the world

Peter Knight, (Dec 16, 2013)

Consumer technology is now being used to meet practical needs and bring fulfilment to people’s lives, says Peter Knight

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