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The disruptors: Kate Brandt's mission to green Google

Oliver Balch, (Oct 25, 2017)

In a new series of in-depth profiles of the people transforming business for good, Oliver Balch talks to Google's head of sustainability about the challenges of ensuring the giant tech company is doing no evil to the planet

Report review: Cargill making solid progress on ambitious climate goals

Claire Manuel, (Oct 20, 2017)

The global food giant is working with a range of partners to increase its use of renewables, decrease emissions and tackle deforestation, according to its latest integrated annual report

#CleanGrowth:The UK has to create the right signals to speed low-carbon transition

Corinna Hornwall, (Oct 5, 2017)

A retreat from coal means Britain is leading the G20 on decarbonisation, but renewables growth has stalled and it is in danger of missing climate targets if today's Clean Energy Plan fails to tackle transport and heat emissions, argues Corinna Hornwall of PwC

Interview: How Covestro is using CO2 as a building block for a more sustainable world

Terry Slavin, (Sep 11, 2017)

Ethical Corporation editor Terry Slavin interviews Dirk Jan de With, chief procurement officer for German chemicals company Covestro

Weekly Watch: 7 July 2017

Rebecca Ley, (Jul 7, 2017)

C40 urges G20 to act on climate change, Body Shop expands 'bio-bridges', Anglian wins BITC's top award, Volvo to go all-electric,anaerobic digestion needs more support, Johnson & Johnson joins Manufacturing2030

Weekly Watch: 29 June 2017

Rebecca Ley, (Jun 29, 2017)

UK leads on wave energy, Royal Mail, Zurich, IBM curb emissions, Mongoose Crowd offers green bonds, Moixa expands, Typhoo joins ETP, and Educate Girls DIB exceeds targets

CSR Cheat Sheet: SDGs failing to resonate

Oliver Balch, (Jun 6, 2017)

New blueprint for UN Principles for Responsible Investment, activist shareholders gain ground, internal carbon pricing rises

#WeAreStillIn: 'America will meet the Paris Agreement despite Trump'

Diana Rojas, (Jun 5, 2017)

Nine state governors, 125 mayors and and 903 companies have vowed to honour US promises to cut CO2 emissions. As Diana Rojas reports, they see that green growth is good for business

Weekly Watch 25 May 2017

Rebecca Ley, (May 10, 2017)

McDonald's and L'Oreal tackle deforestation, The Body Shop filters air pollution at bus stops, GM source sustainable rubber, Unilever and Coca-Cola use 100% renewables

Weekly Watch: 18 May 2017

Terry Slavin, (May 10, 2017)

M&S, Target join Cotton 2040, Lego hits 100% renewables, Tesco sets science-based target, Waitrose moves on biomethane, Goodhope promises palm traceability, Smurfit Kappa close to 2020 goals

CSR Cheat Sheet: Water access goal in peril

Oliver Balch, (Apr 27, 2017)

Lack of autonomy impacts employees, spotlight on the gender pay gap, payroll giving reaches new high

Weekly Watch: 20 April 2017

EC Newsdesk, (Apr 20, 2017)

Mars, Timberland back Earth Day, Chicago goes green, boost to impact investment, Target lifts packaging targets, plant-based coffee cups

CSR Cheat Sheet: March 2017

Oliver Balch, (Mar 22, 2017)

Growing water risk, Vodafone lures women, Amazon's solar play, and Fairtrade boost despite Brexit

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

Tetra Pak joins science-based targets climate initiative

EC Newsdesk, (Feb 2, 2017)

The food packaging giant commits to cut emissions by 40% by 2030

Unleashing the energy of targets

Maxine Perella, (Jan 20, 2017)

BT, Land Securities, and Marks & Spencer are finding that initiatives such as Science Based Targets are helping them motivate workers in a bottom-up battle to save energy

US companies refuse to be blown off course

April Streeter, (Jan 20, 2017)

With renewable energy booming and the B Corp movement burgeoning, America’s sustainability movement is determined to survive Trump

CSR Cheat Sheet: WEF raises alarm on jobs

Oliver Balch, (Jan 13, 2017)

Fourth industrial revolution, sustainable shopping habits, China renewables, and air pollution woes

Weekly Watch: 22 December 2016

EC Newsdesk, (Dec 20, 2016)

Coffee waste breakthrough, CO2 mapped, P&G engages employees, Body Shop innovates, cutting Christmas landfill and Blenheim goes green

Issue 5: Focus turns to energy storage

Mike Scott, (Dec 15, 2016)

2016 was the year when the poor relation of the clean energy sector came of age as capacity issues threatened to strangle the rapid growth of renewables

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