A new report from the Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility at Cranfield University explains how to develop an interactive approach to corporate sustainability

At the end of April, Unilever published its 2011 Progress Report on its Sustainable Living Plan. Nothing unusual you may say, nowadays, about a company reporting on progress to embed sustainability, but it then went on to convene a 24-hour online dialogue involving more than 70 company managers from...

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