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Hot off the press is the July/ August Ethical Corporation joint magazine issue
The latest Ethical Corporation magazine issue has just been published. It packed with 52-pages of strategic management analysis, features on the latest CR issues plus a lot more.
The magazine is compatible on all mobile and tablet devices – meaning Subscribers can access all the latest insight and corporate case studies on the go, where they want when they want.
Some of the analysis includes;
- A feature on Global Reporting Initiative’s new G4 Guidelines. We outline what GRI’s critics are saying and analyse what’s good and what’s bad in the new guidelines.
- Strategic insight on upcoming G8 meeting and where Millennium Development Goals are heading and the likely implications for business
- A six-page briefing on Sustainable cities. As more and more of us are living in cities, and the rate of their growth increases – particularly in Asia – we investigate what sustainable urbanisation looks like
- A review of the recent Ethical Corporation annual awards. Who won what and why
- As part of our strategic management insight we interview John Sauven, director of Greenpeace UK . John Sauven highlights that even in a connected world, campaigning is still all about putting the hours in
- The monthly corporate responsibility cheat sheet - with the latest stats, numbers and data filtered and distilled
- Insight into the latest trends on the background, experience and skills of business sustainability professionals
- Critiques of two sustainability reports, this month's being; Nestlé and BAE Systems
- Our monthly roundup of the latest sustainability news, our CRWatch and NGOWatch
- Plus our regular monthly opinion pieces on current key CR issues
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