EC Newsdesk, (Aug 19, 2010)
Last week’s departure of HP’s well paid CEO on ethical grounds shows the corporate codes of conduct are now taken much more seriously, reports Francesca Boothby
EC Newsdesk, (Aug 16, 2010)
Ian Duff, campaigner at Greenpeace, argues that Sinar Mas has failed in their attempts to discredit the NGOs recent investigations of the company
Paul Hohnen, (Aug 11, 2010)
Paul Hohnen welcomes the morphing of the sustainable development agenda into a green growth agenda and considers what needs to happen next
Mallen Baker, (Aug 8, 2010)
Mallen Baker considers how unfortunate ethical outcomes are more an issue of systems and incentives than deliberate planning or cost-cutting
EC Newsdesk, (Aug 2, 2010)
Last month's serious pollution incident is just the lastest in the Middle Kingdom in 2010, as the environmental accident rate goes through the roof, writes Sam Chambers in Dalian
EC Newsdesk, (Jul 26, 2010)
The task ahead for the OECD is to address the shortcomings of the OECD Guidelines, most notably in the area of human rights, supply chain coverage and effectiveness of National Contact Points in resolving conflicts, argues Joris Oldenziel
Mallen Baker, (Jul 12, 2010)
Tony Hayward, CEO of BP, has made mistakes, but has been unfairly vilified by a scapegoat-hungry media and commentators, argues Mallen Baker
Jeni Bauser Yaghoubi, (Jul 5, 2010)
Wal-Mart helps the hungry, America’s hang up on drying jeans and greener beans from M&S
EC Newsdesk, (Jun 15, 2010)
UN Special Representative John Ruggie needs to propose a clear human rights performance framework for companies, argues Rory Sullivan
EC Newsdesk, (Jun 11, 2010)
Investors and governments should press BP to earmark $25 billion for an oil spill restoration fund, argue Mark Tulay and Stephen Viederman
EC Newsdesk, (Jun 7, 2010)
Europe’s feed-in tariffs have come under scrutiny recently as both Germany and Spain have been forced to reassess their pricing models. Is it time to reel in the subsidies?
Peter Davis Politics Editor, (Jun 3, 2010)
The new UK government says the environment and better business regulation are top priorities
EC Newsdesk, (Jun 1, 2010)
Moves from the Green Scorpions,Samsung and all the latest from other brands in corporate responsibility and sustainability this month
EC Newsdesk, (May 24, 2010)
Ethical Corporation recently asked ethics & compliance experts what they see as the biggest challenge in their line of work.
EC Newsdesk, (May 21, 2010)
These are just some of the things that subscribers to the Ethical Corporation magazine will be reading about in the June edition.
EC Newsdesk, (May 19, 2010)
Independent and convincing third party assurance of corporate carbon data is lacking, but urgently needed, argues Esther Rodriguez
Mallen Baker, (May 16, 2010)
Working out what a responsible business look like does not necessarily fit into an index or list of criteria. It can often be an art rather than a science, argues Mallen Baker
EC Newsdesk, (May 11, 2010)
On Tuesday 4 May Ethical Corporation’s held its inaugural ‘Responsible Business’ awards in London. The awards celebrated the excellent responsible business practices by leading companies during 2009 and 2010.
EC Newsdesk, (May 11, 2010)
After much deliberation and discussions the winners and highly commended companies in ten categories were announced on 4 May 2010 at the Responsible Business Summit in London. Here's who won, and why.
EC Newsdesk, (May 5, 2010)
The controversial disposal of Shell’s Brent Spar oil platform changed the relationships between companies, activists and the public for ever, say Judy Kuszewski and Yasmin Crowther