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Big data: Blowing the cover on deforestation

April Streeter, (Jul 26, 2016)

New tools allowing access to real-time images and data are providing hope in the fight against forest destruction

Plan A 2016 Report Review: Straight-talking M&S earns top marks

Katherine Hand, (Jul 25, 2016)

Whatever the commercial fortunes of this British institution, its sustainability reporting is masterly

BrandWatch – July 2016

Nadine Hawa, (Jul 22, 2016)

PepsiCo supplier accused of child labour

4 Surprising Reasons to Measure and Reduce Food Loss and Waste

Brian Lipinski, (Jul 12, 2016)

A full one-third of the food the world produces ultimately goes uneaten. That’s a billion tons of food loss and waste (FLW) every single year.

A great leap forward for the little frog

Terry Slavin, (Jun 23, 2016)

Nigel Sizer, new president of Rainforest Alliance, has big plans to improve transparency in agricultural supply chains

Nike FY14/15 Sustainable Business Report Review: Nike sprints ahead on environment

Elaine Cohen, (Jun 23, 2016)

The sporting goods behemoth gets full marks for reporting on its carbon footprint. Shame it’s such a stodgy read

NGOWatch – June 2016

Nadine Hawa, (Jun 22, 2016)

Swiss NGO first to resign from RSPO

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

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

Apple plants seeds of sustainability

Giles Constantine, (Apr 21, 2016)

The iPhone and iPad maker has become the latest electronics company to dip a toe in the circular economy

#BeBoldForChange: Why it pays to invest in women in supply chains

Ellen R Delisio, (Apr 21, 2016)

Firms like GAP and L'Oreal and Mott MacDonald know that a proactive approach to gender issues can flag up brand risks to companies at an early stage

Leadership series: Andrew Buay, vice president, group CSR & talent coach, Singtel Group

EC Newsdesk, (Mar 30, 2016)

Andrew Buay shares how climate change will remain the key sustainability issue in 2016

Top tips for building a risk free supply chain

EC Newsdesk, (Mar 21, 2016)

Maersk and Timberland share their wisdom on the subject of mitigating risk and building trust in modern supply chains

EthicsWatch: EU - Broken promises on supply chain pay?

Stephen Gardner, (Mar 21, 2016)

Retailers face accusations that, despite widely lauded pledges, workers in their supply chains are still being paid less than a living wage

Premium Business Intelligence: The Ten Most Read Articles

Greg Cohen, (Feb 19, 2016)

Ethical Corp produce complimentary insight, analysis, and reports that are greatly received by the responsible business community, and it's great to see that certain pieces can really create a spark and inform business change

Ikea Group 2015 Sustainability Report Review: Going all-in

Elaine Cohen, (Feb 15, 2016)

The furnishings giant demonstrates sustainability leadership

US Apparel Industry: Here comes Higg Index

April Streeter, (Feb 15, 2016)

The business benefits of apparel’s up-and-coming sustainability assessment tool

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?

Management Spotlight interview: Lee Ballin, Head of Sustainable Business Programs, Bloomberg

Megan Sullivan, (Feb 5, 2016)

We recently had the chance to ask Lee about his role at Bloomberg, his thoughts on the continually expansive scope of corporate sustainability and his ideas on the Sustainable Development Goals.

Management Spotlight interview: Jeff Hayward - Vice President, Global Climate Lead, Rainforest Alliance

EC Newsdesk, (Feb 2, 2016)

Based in Washington, DC, Hayward leads a global landscapes and livelihoods team responsible for design of Rainforest Alliance’s worldwide field strategies for agriculture, forestry, climate change, education, finance, tourism, and other key practices.