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Deforestation briefing: Supply chain - Logging data

Ellen R Delisio, (Jan 11, 2016)

Monitoring deforestation has moved from the ground to the sky and now down the supply chain

2015: Asia Pacific - Partnering for inclusive progress

Andrea Spencer-Cooke and Fran van Dijk, (Dec 17, 2015)

Delivering on COP21 and the global goals in the world’s most populous region calls for breakthrough partnerships

2015: Europe - Driving change

Sam Phipps, (Dec 16, 2015)

There are reasons to be optimistic about the sustainability of European business, although the year has been punctuated by some depressing headlines

Final chance to shape progressive Chinese mineral supply chain guideline

Lizzie Parsons, (Oct 29, 2015)

Guest post for Ethical Corporation magazine by Lizzie Parsons, China Programme Leader, Global Witness

Collaboration focus: Timberland and Omni United turning tyres into shoes

Elina Yumasheva, (Oct 21, 2015)

Q&A with Atlanta McIlwraith, senior manager of community engagement at Timberland

Slavery briefing: Labour rights - The wrong kind of chains

Ellen R Delisio, (Oct 14, 2015)

Slavery, still pervasive across the globe, has proven difficult to tackle for multinationals whose leaders are far removed from the people producing their raw ingredients. But with help, companies are working their way down the supply chain to eradicate the problem

Slavery briefing: Supply chains - Slaving away

April Streeter, (Oct 14, 2015)

For companies there is no quick route to ensuring a slavery-free supply chain

Communicating sustainability in the supply chain: Five top tips

EC Newsdesk, (Oct 8, 2015)

Briony Mathieson, Global Head of Corporate & Sustainability Communications at Olam international, told Ethical Corporation her 5 "don'ts" when it comes to supply chain sustainability

Press Release: Cargill, MolsonCoors, Telefonica O2, Fairphone, Eastman, AkzoNobel gather for the Europe’s leading sustainable supply chain conference

EC Newsdesk, (Aug 11, 2015)

The 10th annual Sustainable Supply Chain Summit will take place on 10-11 November in London - bringing together 150+ global organisations to debate the future of supply chains and sustainability

Top global supply chain sustainability trends

Liam Dowd, (Jul 20, 2015)

Trends and opportunities as identified by 415 members of the Ethical Corporation community

BrandWatch – May 2015

Nadine Hawa, (May 5, 2015)

Textile recycling, triple supply chain advantage, Levi's washing campaign and McDonald’s raises wages

Analysis: Supply chains – New survey reveals suppliers at risk

Stephen Gardner, (Mar 3, 2015)

Supply networks in some countries are less prepared for climate and water risk than in others

Analysis: Partnerships – Tea scheme aims to protect children

Sam Phipps, (Nov 11, 2014)

A joint scheme in India’s Assam region is the first to bring together all stakeholders in the tea industry

UK government bows to pressure on supply chain slavery

Michael Pollitt, (Oct 23, 2014)

After more than a year of controversy the UK’s Modern Slavery Bill is going global

Supplier Capacity Development - From Policemen to Long Term Partners

Liam Dowd, (Oct 9, 2014)

New best practice webinar

Analysis: Intel – Conflict-free computing

Giles Crosse, (Feb 10, 2014)

Intel has revealed new steps to disclose and improve sourcing of conflict-free computer chips

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

Gathering storm of shopper choice

Mallen Baker, (Dec 17, 2013)

Readjusting clothes prices to reflect the true costs of producing them safely is a challenge that cannot be ducked, says Mallen Baker

NGOWatch – December 2013

Jeni Bauser Yaghoubi, (Dec 16, 2013)

Worldwide slavery in numbers, Coke says no to land grabs and how companies can help influence climate policy

NGOWatch – November 2013

Nadine Hawa, (Nov 8, 2013)

Antarctic fishing proposals scuppered, supply chain fire safety and the mega costs of food waste